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Old 03-26-2019, 08:23 PM
 
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Hi all!

I'm having a hard time finding much information on some of the neighborhoods west of I-10. We're looking at a few of the neighborhoods, primarily the Sentinel Peak Park area, Starr Pass golf club area, and near Pima community college. I was curious if you could give me any insight into that area. It looks a little more suburban, is that accurate? Looks to be also generally a safer part of town? The rents seem extra reasonable and I'm a little surprised they're not higher. Is it just the fact that it's not a "cool" part of town?

Thanks!
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Old 03-26-2019, 10:20 PM
 
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Hi all!

I'm having a hard time finding much information on some of the neighborhoods west of I-10. We're looking at a few of the neighborhoods, primarily the Sentinel Peak Park area, Starr Pass golf club area, and near Pima community college. I was curious if you could give me any insight into that area. It looks a little more suburban, is that accurate? Looks to be also generally a safer part of town? The rents seem extra reasonable and I'm a little surprised they're not higher. Is it just the fact that it's not a "cool" part of town?

Thanks!
It is foothills living out there. Very nice but not a whole lot of retail out there. Very convenient to downtown though and 4th street. Back down toward the river is old barrio. The nicer areas are up above (west) of Greasewood. Lots of nice '70 and 80s lower and newer higher and further out. Nothing wrong with that part of town.
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