Howe Place Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Howe Place is a community northwest of Tucson. It’s bordered by West Wetmore Road, North Romero Road and several smaller, local streets. It’s a primarily residential community, with many single-family, detached houses along its tree-lined, pedestrian-friendly streets. It also houses the popular Casitas Del Valle Townhouses and the Carousel Ranch, a mobile home park.
The neighborhood of Howe Place is family-friendly with many acclaimed local schools within walking distance of the community. The Homer Davis Elementary School, the Flowing Wells Junior High School and the Sentinal Peak High School are known for academic achievements in their respective age groups. Another high-achieving area school is the Centennial Elementary School.
The extensive Silverbell Regional Park is to the west of the Howe Place community, and it offers lake views and activities on the lake. Silverbell Regional Park also hosts the city’s first dog park where dogs can play off-leash in fenced-in parkland, and dogs also enjoy being walked along the lake. The Saguaro National Park and the Coronado National Forest are also near Howe Place.
The Reid Park Zoo, known as the definitive zoo for Tucson, is only seven miles southeast of the Howe Place neighborhood. It houses over 500 animals on its seventeen acres. It’s accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo also houses the Reid Park Zoological Society, which works to enhance the Reid Park Zoo.
Another fun and family-friendly aspect of the How Place community is its proximity to the GPD Toy Train Museum. This museum is located within walking distance of Howe Place and is a great educational and entertaining place for families. The T. Rex Museum, which is less than two miles east of the neighborhood, is perfect for young dinosaur enthusiasts. The Arizona State Museum and Tucson Museum of Art are located within a five-mile radius of Howe Place.