Brentwood Historic District of Phoenix

In the late 1920's as the city was creating residential subdivisions, Brentwood developers were building scaled down versions of styles seen in wealthier neighborhoods. Federal aid programs during and after World War II enabled many families to purchase lots and build small cozy homes in the neighborhood. The district is an excellent example of the northeastward suburban expansion of Phoenix before World War II, followed by a post war expansion. The neighborhood contains a generally cohesive and intact assemblage that embody the stylistic trends of pre-1956 Phoenix.
Architectural Styles
Tudor Revivals, Southwest, Spanish Colonial Revivals, Bungalows and the modern Ranch.
Culver Street to Brill, 16th to 20th Streets
Period of Significance
1924 – 1956
Historic Designation
April 2003
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