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128 S 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
$714 - $844 | Studio - 1 Bed
1 N 5th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
$820 - $900 | Studio
350 E Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701
$749 - $860 | 2 - 3 Beds
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Iron Horse Neighborhood in Tucson, AZ

Iron Horse Neighborhood

With its well-traveled streets and well-preserved historic homes, Iron Horse is considered the #1 Most Walkable Neighborhoods in Tucson, according to Walk Score. This established community, which is located in the heart of Downtown Tucson, is within walking distance of a wide variety of surrounding area amenities, such as the University of Arizona.

Of the many appealing aspects of Iron Horse is the University of Arizona, which sits just a few blocks outside of the neighborhood to the northeast. This public research university, which was founded in 1885 in the middle of the desert, now has Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners on staff and offers over 300 graduate and undergraduate degrees. There are 30,000 students, and the university is ranked #16 among all public universities by the National Science Foundation.

Outside of the neighborhood to the south is the Santa Rita Park, which features a playground, picnic area, and swimming pool. A little way outside of the community to the west over the 10 Freeway is the historic El Rio Golf Course, which dates back to the 1930s and was the original site for the Tucson Open. El Rio was operated as a country club until 1968, when the city of Tucson purchased the site and made it a public course.

With highly-desirable Downtown Tucson location, Iron Horse gives Tucson renters the ability to live near some of Tucson’s most famous landmarks, including the Hotel Congress. The hotel was established in 1919, and in 1934, the bank robber John Dillinger stayed there. Visitors can view artwork by cowboy artist Pete Martinez in the hotel’s “taproom.”

The Tucson Convention Center is in the heart of downtown and hosts the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral show. This event attracts gem dealers from all over the country. The Gem show is the largest in the United States. The Tucson Convention Center is also the site for concerts, Broadway productions, and sports events.

When you rent an apartment in Iron Horse, you’ll be surrounded by fantastic restaurants and historic sites – and sometimes those are one in the same. El Charro Café first opened in 1922 and is the oldest family-owned restaurant in the United States. The site of the restaurant is a converted home built in the 1890s.

Another terrific historic site, the St. Augustine Cathedral, dates back to 1896 and is known for its beautiful carvings of saguaros and horn-toad lizards on the cathedral’s facade. Other historic sites include the Charles O. Brown House, the Fox Theatre, the Historic Depot, Old Town Artisans, the Old Pima County Courthouse, the Stork’s Nest, the Presidio Trail, and the Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block.

With its well-traveled streets and well-preserved historic homes, Iron Horse is considered the #1 Most Walkable Neighborhoods in Tucson, according to Walk Score. This established community, which is located in the heart of Downtown Tucson, is within walking distance of a wide variety of surrounding area amenities, such as the University of Arizona.

Of the many appealing aspects of Iron Horse is the University of Arizona, which sits just a few blocks outside of the neighborhood to the northeast. This public research university, which was founded in 1885 in the middle of the desert, now has Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners on staff and offers over 300 graduate and undergraduate degrees. There are 30,000 students, and the university is ranked #16 among all public universities by the National Science Foundation.

Outside of the neighborhood to the south is the Santa Rita Park, which features a playground, picnic area, and swimming pool. A little way outside of the community to the west over the 10 Freeway is the historic El Rio Golf Course, which dates back to the 1930s and was the original site for the Tucson Open. El Rio was operated as a country club until 1968, when the city of Tucson purchased the site and made it a public course.

With highly-desirable Downtown Tucson location, Iron Horse gives Tucson renters the ability to live near some of Tucson’s most famous landmarks, including the Hotel Congress. The hotel was established in 1919, and in 1934, the bank robber John Dillinger stayed there. Visitors can view artwork by cowboy artist Pete Martinez in the hotel’s “taproom.”

The Tucson Convention Center is in the heart of downtown and hosts the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral show. This event attracts gem dealers from all over the country. The Gem show is the largest in the United States. The Tucson Convention Center is also the site for concerts, Broadway productions, and sports events.

When you rent an apartment in Iron Horse, you’ll be surrounded by fantastic restaurants and historic sites – and sometimes those are one in the same. El Charro Café first opened in 1922 and is the oldest family-owned restaurant in the United States. The site of the restaurant is a converted home built in the 1890s.

Another terrific historic site, the St. Augustine Cathedral, dates back to 1896 and is known for its beautiful carvings of saguaros and horn-toad lizards on the cathedral’s facade. Other historic sites include the Charles O. Brown House, the Fox Theatre, the Historic Depot, Old Town Artisans, the Old Pima County Courthouse, the Stork’s Nest, the Presidio Trail, and the Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block.

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