Desert View Village
The Desert View Village is bounded by the Central Arizona Project canal on the south, Scottsdale Road on
the east, Carefree Highway on the north, and the Union Hills on the west. The village is distinguished by its lush Sonoran desert, including the major features of Cave Creek Wash, Union Hills, and the unnamed mountain range. Cave Buttes Recreational Area and Reach 11 are other areas of permanent open space that are man-made.
Desert View Village will be developed as four character
Desert Preserve Character Area reflects an environment buffer roughly one mile on either side of
Cave Creek Wash.
Rural Desert Character Area reflects a rural lifestyle, including horse properties, developed at
densities which can preserve the natural wash system in the northeastern corner of the village.
Suburban Desert Character Area reflects the Sonoran desert within site design while allowing densities compatible with the channelized drainage required to develop the alluvial fan in this middle section of the village.
Growth Corridor/Core Character Area reflects the Desert Ridge master planned community in the south section of the village. Desert Ridge fits the urban village model concept of providing a mixture of employment, retail, residential, and recreational uses. The Desert
Ridge Core is served by both the Outer Loop and Squaw Peak Freeways.
Desert View Village spans the range of urban to rural land uses. Located in the vicinity of Tatum Boulevard and the Outer Loop Freeway, the core is home to major employers, such as the Mayo Clinic hospital.
The Sonoran desert will be a unifying element to these varied landscapes. Unity will come from two scenic corridors Cave Creek Road, running roughly north-south, and Carefree Highway, running east-west, which both require sizable landscape buffers of natural desert. The North Sonoran Preserve being created in this village will unify the area by leaving large acreage as undeveloped desert. Finally, an extensive system of trails, both in washes and along roadways, provide a village-wide recreational circulation system
Living in Desert View Village
Desert View is a neighborhood in Phoenix, Arizona with a population of 66,312. Desert View is in Maricopa County and is one of the best places to live in Arizona. Living in Desert View offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Desert View there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Desert View and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Desert View are highly rated.
Things to Do in Desert View Village
Phoenix Sonoran Preserve – Open desert park with miles of hiking & biking trails through lush, green plains of cactus.
Penske Racing Museum – More than a dozen Penske team race cars plus medals & memorabilia are on display at this museum.
Reach 11 Sports Complex – Recreation area with 18 fields for soccer, field hockey & rugby tournaments, plus 4 baseball fields.
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