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Phoenix Neighborhood Guide: Arcadia

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Located about 10 miles east of downtown Phoenix, Arcadia is a charming, bustling city that has established itself as one of the best areas in the city. Its quiet streets are dotted with buildings exhibiting a wide range of architectural styles, including Revival, Ranch and Pueblo. Residents of Arcadia are a short distance from shopping areas, all with a wide range of high-end boutiques, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants, grills and cocktail bars. With its strategic location, small town atmosphere, vibrant culture and many amenities, Arcadia is one of the best places to live in the Phoenix area.

Commute

Arcadia’s most affordable form of public transportation is the Valley Metro bus service. This service operates two bus lines that serve the city: 41 and 50. Bus line 41 runs between the intersection of Indian School Road and Granite Reef Road in Scottsdale and the intersection of Indian School Road and 107th Avenue in Avondale. He made a total of 84 stops along the way. The 50 courses along Camelback Road between 107th Avenue and Scottsdale Road.

Driving is the preferred form of transportation. If you plan to drive, you will have easy access to many amenities and attractions. The city is less than 10 minutes’ drive from Biltmore Fashion Park, Scottsdale Fashion Square and Old Town Scottsdale. Downtown Phoenix is ​​just 16 minutes away, while a trip to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport takes around 10 minutes.

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