Margarita Place Historic District of Phoenix

The Margarita Place neighborhood was originally intended as an exclusive development in the "most ideal location in the city" according to an ad in the 1927 Arizona Republican. Construction was planned on a grand scale for large homes with ornate features. But, after World War II, more affordable homes were constructed to meet the needs of returning soldiers and their families.
Architectural Styles
Some Period Revival, mostly Ranch
Boundaries
Windsor and Thomas, 15th Ave and 16th Ave
Period of Significance
1927 – 1949
Historic Designation
January 1999

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    Listing information last updated on November 17th, 2017 at 3:11pm MST.
    5225 N. Central Suite 104, Phoenix, AZ 85012

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