At Grant and Tucson Boulevard (2500 E Grant Road), reveling in an interesting architectural design building, sits Postino, the only Tucson establishment of the Phoenix based Upward Projects company. Customers and employees alike agree that “eclectic” is probably the best adjective to describe this gathering place. Do you like young people? Middle-aged? Retirees? Postino gathers and celebrates all ages. Music loud enough to move you, but not enough to interfere with a conversation. Check.n a interesting architectural design building, sits Postino, the only Tucson establishment of the Phoenix based Upward Projects company.
The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures is a nonprofit 501(c)3 dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of miniatures. The museum offers constantly changing temporary exhibits, classes and camps; school tours, Kids Create sessions and more.
The Mini Time Machine was created from the imagination and dedication of Founders, Patricia and Walter Arnell. The Arnells dreamed of a way to share their collection of miniatures with more people.
At the heart of Gene C. Reid Park in Central Tucson is the Reid Park Zoo. Open year round except Thanksgiving and Christmas Days, the zoo is open daily 9:00 to 4:00, October to May and 8:00-2:00, June to September, to allow for the summer heat.
Daily admission cost is $10.50 per individual, ages 15-61; $8.50 for seniors 62+; $6.50 for kids 2-14 and kids under 2 are free.
The Tucson Botanical Gardens connects people with plants and nature through art, science, history and culture. Tucson Botanical Gardens has been named one of the Top 10 botanical gardens worth traveling to see in North America by American and Canadian societies.
Historic Fourth Avenue in Tucson has an eclectic collection of enterprises from food and drinks to craft boutiques. Twice a year they host their Spring or Winter Street Fair, with the Avenue closed and lined with vendors of every offering imaginable.
Located near Downtown, Historic Fourth Avenue is its own neighborhood, and is also close to the Ironhorse, West University and Dunbar Springs neighborhoods.
Sabino Canyon is a significant canyon located in the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Coronado National Forest north of Tucson, Arizona.
Looking for a place you can take the kids, drink some craft brews, eat some great food, and watch the game? Or maybe bring Fido and sit outside with all of the above minus the TVs? Or maybe you are looking for a place to bring out of town guests that is close to Downtown, and the Armory Park, Barrio San Antonio and Barrio Viejo neighborhoods.
ucson's Trail Dust Town offers family and adult entertainment for residents and tourists alike. Great dining, train rides, carousel rides, Wild West gunfights along with photography and shopping. Originally founded in 1961, Trail Dust Town has faced hardship and still grown from a shopping place to an entertainment center.
Gene C. Reid Park is at the heart of Tucson. Surrounded by three major communities (Colonia Solano, San Clemente Historic District, and Broadmoor-Broadway Village) and two townhome and condo Communities (Randolph House and Eden Roc Gardens) the park and golf course stretch from Broadway Blvd to 22nd Street and from Alvernon to Country Club. (realtucson.com/2010/07/19)
A broad range of amenities range from simple picnic tables and shelters to swimming, golf, recreation centers, and of course, Reid Park Zoo. Homes in this area range from $250,000 - $2.2 million.
Located in Northwest Tucson, Tohono Chul Park is the place to cultivate your love of the Northern Sonoran Desert. Visitors can wander the natural desert gardens, finding that ever elusive peace and quiet. With its Galleries and Bistro, Tohono Chul is our crossroad of nature, art and culture.
Located at 7366 N Paseo Del Norte, in Tucson, Tohono Chul is surrounded by Loma Alta Estates, Catalina Village, Casa Mio and La Toscana Village.
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Tucson, Arizona has a long and friendly history with the US military and is a very veteran-friendly city. Located in or near Tucson are Davis-Monthan AFB; Fort Huachuca; and on its northern edge is Pinal Army National Guard Air Park.
The Southern Arizona regional health care system is based in Tucson, Arizona. There are multiple Veteran-oriented non-profit organizations located in Tucson.
Downtown Tucson, Arizona has been undergoing a decade-plus revitalization. It's looking great, and a fun place to live, to work, and to hang out and recreate.
Business revitalization has been key in the downtown Tucson transformation. New hotels have come in, new restaurants, and new shops and hang-outs. The streetcar runs directly through the city from the near west side to the near east side. And, more housing has been built. It's bustling in downtown Tucson.
The Fox Tucson Theatre opened in 1930! It's been a source of entertainment in downtown Tucson, Arizona for almost 100 years! When it opened, the downtown streets were closed and a huge street party was thrown. The theatre closed in 1974 due to competition from other theatres and movie houses scattered throughout the town. In the late 1990s, however, following a two-year negotiation process, the non-profit Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation was able to purchase the building in 1999 for $250,000. Further rehabilitation occurred over the next 6 years due to the theatre's tireless director to the tune of over $14M.
Established in 1920, The Rialto has been entertaining Tucson residents and guests for over 100 years!
Located in the heart of downtown Tucson, the Rialto is a classic. There's currently a streetcar shuttle so one can park a bit out of the city for convenience and take the streetcar right to The Rialto.
In the city of Tucson, AZ, the cost of living is rising while income totals are lagging, as opposed to rising proportionately. According to one estimate, hundreds of thousands of residents of Tucson are having trouble keeping up with the rising costs of housing in the area. And the city of Tucson is aware of the issue- and plans to do something about it.
The Tucson housing market continues to show signs of rapid growth, with the latest piece of evidence being Meritage Homes' plans to build more than a hundred new houses in the southwest corner of the Tucson metropolitan area.
Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in the Tucson area (and perhaps with the holiday spirit in mind), the city's mayor and council voted to extend the eviction moratorium on housing units owned by the city. The vote was unanimous.
The continued growth of the population in the Tucson area means more demand for housing- and the residential real estate firm Moderne Communities is answering the bell.