Rosemont West Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Bounded by East Broadway Boulevard to the north, Swan Road to the west, East Eastland Street to the south, and North Rosemont Drive to the east, Rosemont West a neighborhood in Tucson composed of roughly 800 homes built between 1948 and 1965. The majority of the homes are built in brick and boast nicely sized lots.
Hoffman Park, located in the heart of Rosemont West just off Cecilia Street offers a ball field and a playground for children. Botanically, the park features a variety of interesting tree specimens: olive trees, African sumacs, beefwoods and mulberry trees, to name only a few. Every spring, an annual potluck picnic event is held in Hoffman Park. Food, refreshments, music, and plenty of activities are offered for both children and adults.
According to Walk, a website that rates walkable neighborhoods throughout the United States, Rosemont West ranks #56 among Tucson’s neighborhoods. It is rated ”somewhat walkable” with a walking score of 63.
Parents of school-aged children have several options when it comes to schools: Bonillas Elementary School, Alice Vail Middle School, and Rincon High School are all conveniently located. College kids and young adults, on the other hand, can find Pima Community College and the University of Arizona conveniently situated nearby.
Several small and large retail businesses are found along the northern border of East Broadway Boulevard. The Williams Center, a multi-use city block featuring commercial, retail, and residential properties, is just a few blocks away. Park Place Mall, located at 5870 East Broadway Boulevard, can also be reached with a few minutes’ drive.
The Rosemont West Neighborhood Association has an executive board of president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer. Meetings are scheduled regularly to discuss relevant topics and to promote the well being of the neighborhood and its residents. Rosemont West Association holds periodic clean-up projects.
Rosemont West is estimated to have roughly 2,159 inhabitants which make up about 0.4% of Tucson’s total population.