This area was once a central Phoenix hub where 40,000 vehicles passed by daily before the installation of Arizona 51 beyond Shea in 1999. Since then the area saw a small recession empty businesses as only about 18,000 vehicles per day visit.
Now through a grant from the Maricopa Association of Governments, local community and business leaders the neighborhood is making a strong come back. The 32nd Street revitalization in the area is once again making this a great neighborhood.
The future of 32nd Street will bring bike lanes, repaving 32nd street with rubberized asphalt, distinct community branding art and more businesses. Local businesses like 32 Shea, Bosa Donuts, and Original Breakfast House are already starting to see the impacts of the community support.
This blog features the latest news and information about the 32nd Street Revitalization, businesses and local neighbors who are making a difference, community block watch and safety, as well as homes available in the area.