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Old 06-24-2009, 10:53 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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There is no such thing as Sunnyslope below the Arizona Canal. The neighborhood south of the canal is North Central Phoenix, which is distinct from Sunnyslope.
It is not Sunnyslope, it is a neighborhood of million dollar houses. Not my idea of a gang infested dump. I think someone is little bit geographically confused? The area of Sunnyslope south of Hatcher is a bit economically challenged.
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Old 06-24-2009, 11:19 AM
 
Location: Inside the 101
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It is not Sunnyslope, it is a neighborhood of million dollar houses. Not my idea of a gang infested dump. I think someone is little bit geographically confused? The area of Sunnyslope south of Hatcher is a bit economically challenged.
Right. Sunnyslope, defined as from the canal north to around Hatcher, is lower in income compared to NCP, but it's showing early signs of gentrification, which is why I consider it an up-and-coming neighborhood.
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Old 06-24-2009, 12:07 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Right. Sunnyslope, defined as from the canal north to around Hatcher, is lower in income compared to NCP, but it's showing early signs of gentrification, which is why I consider it an up-and-coming neighborhood.
I agree with your thoughts.

Suffice to say: the 'slope will probably be a very desirable enclave within 10 years

Why I say that it is pretty in an arcane manner.
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