North Mountain Village
North Mountain Village is generally bounded by Greenway Road on the north, 16th Street and mountains on the east, Northern Avenue on the south and 43rd Avenue, the Arizona Canal and 51st Avenue on the west.
The village contains a wide variety of neighborhoods including traditional central corridor areas, neighborhoods in the foothills of the Phoenix Mountains and to suburban neighborhoods near the Metrocenter village core.
The Metro Center village core is located at the southwest segment of Black Canyon Freeway and Peoria Avenue. It provides over one million square feet of shopping, entertainment and commercial services.
The Black Canyon corridor provides additional commercial, high-tech offices and industrial complexes.
Sunnyslope, an older, once freestanding community, is located nine miles north of downtown on the south-facing slopes of the Phoenix Mountains. It is a well identified community with a variety of positive attributes including a mountainous setting, the Arizona Canal with its improved canal banks and a small town atmosphere. In addition to containing areas of prewar settlement, it is home to some of the city’s religious and ethnic communities.
The Phoenix Mountain Preserve, Cave Creek Recreation Area and Arizona State University West Campus are major features of the village.
Living in North Mountain Village
North Mountain is a neighborhood in Phoenix, Arizona with a population of 182,528. North Mountain is in Maricopa County and is one of the best places to live in Arizona. Living in North Mountain offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In North Mountain there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in North Mountain and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in North Mountain are above average.
Things to Do Around North Mountain Village
- Camelback Mountain is a mountain in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. The English name is derived from its shape, which resembles the hump and head of a kneeling camel.
- Piestewa Peak, at 2,610 feet is the second highest point in the Phoenix Mountains, after Camelback Mountain, and the third highest in the city of Phoenix, Arizona. It is located in the Piestewa Peak Recreation Area within the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, near Piestewa Parkway.
- Castles N’ Coasters is an amusement park and family amusement center located in Phoenix, Arizona. The approximately 10-acre park features four outdoor 18-hole miniature golf courses, several rides, and an indoor video game arcade.
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