River Crossing Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
River Crossing neighborhood is in the northwest section of Tucson. The single-family homes in this area are moderately priced with many built in the late 1990s and in early 2000.
Art enthusiasts will want to visit Sanders Galleries. Included in the collection is an interesting mix of Southwestern, Russian, Chinese and American art. Visitors enjoy the art of such artists as Dan Beck, Tahana Maree and John Nieto, to name a few. Visitors to the gallery come for not only the art exhibits, but also for the charming Santa Fe gardens as well.
Residents will find an unforgettable shopping experience at St. Phillips Plaza. The plaza has numerous unique shops and galleries in the southwestern styled shopping center. With two restaurants, Acacia, known for its Latin cuisine, and Vivace, serving a variety of pasta dishes, shoppers can make St. Phillip’s Plaza a one stop shopping trip.
Visitors to the area might like to stay at the Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast. The B&B is a hacienda-style home that boasts the works of local artist William K. Hartmann. The courtyard has a swimming pool and patio tables. Guests enjoy hiking trails as well a nature walks.
Another wonderful B&B is La Posada dell Valle. It was the first B&B established in Tucson in the 1920s. This Santa Fe styled B&B offers spa services such as massage, reflexology and iridology.
Residents can take a wonderful day trip to the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, a world-renowned zoo and botanical garden. Visitors can view hundreds of species of desert vegetation, as well as learn about Gila monsters, reptiles and other desert animals. Students can also attend the art institute in the grounds of the museum and can earn a certificate by learning to draw birds, animals and the beautiful desert surroundings.
River Crossing offers residents and visitors easy access to many Tucson highlights.