At home in Coronado with The Burns Family

John and Marissa Burns moved to the Coronado neighborhood of Downtown Phoenix in 2015. Although they originally came to the area just for its incredible centralized access to the entire valley, they’ve grown to adore every quirk and amenity the area has to offer.

Coronado Market Overview

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The Burns Family in front of their historic home.

An artist in the making, living in an artist's community.

Farm fresh ingredients from the farmers market.

"We don’t get to go out as much anymore because of the little guy, but we love all there is to do around here."

Residents of Coronado enjoy a fast-paced lifestyle. They often hang out at local coffee shops (spoiler: Phoenix is nationally known as a coffee city — there’s A LOT), they ride bikes and take public transportation (light rail is typically the preference). They frequent the farmers market and love supporting local businesses. Phoenix is unlike any other major city in that it was built by the hand’s of today’s residents. It’s upswing is so recent that it can be traced back to your friends and your neighbors. Therefore, the pride here palpable. Additionally, Coronado is perfect for families who value historic homes. Most homes in this neighborhood were originally constructed in the 1950’s, and stunning recent remodeling work has transformed these old neighborhoods into modern marvels with the charm of history on their side. The area’s central location also means easy, Valley-wide access. All of your amenities are within a 15-minute walk, and everything else is within a 15-minute drive. “It’s central to a lot of things, close to a lot of the stuff we do around here. There are a lot of families around here. A lot of diversity. People from all walks of life, ages, types of homes. It’s not a cookie cutter neighborhood like you see in the outskirts.”

The Coronado Real Estate Market

A community that presents a unique opportunities to purchase great urban family homes, at pre-gentrification prices.

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2 Bedroom

  • Price Range
    $350K - $350K
  • Home Size (Sq.Ft.)
    956 - 956
  • Active Listings
    1
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3 Bedroom

  • Price Range
    $470K - $500K
  • Home Size (Sq.Ft.)
    1,490 - 1,550
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4 Bedroom

  • Price Range
    $785K - $785K
  • Home Size (Sq.Ft.)
    3,558 - 3,558
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Hand-picked investment and flip opportunities in Coronado.

Potential Value: $1,089,993
$785,000

2627 N 7th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85006

6088628
12 5 3,558 Sq.Ft.

The Lifestyle

Gorgeous architecture and art surround you.

Adorable historic homes line the streets.

Coffee culture is prominent in Phoenix.

For urbanites who enjoy fast access to anything and everything.

Residents of Coronado enjoy a fast-paced lifestyle. They often hang out at local coffee shops (spoiler: Phoenix is nationally known as a coffee city — there’s A LOT), they ride bikes and take public transportation (light rail is typically the preference). They frequent the farmers market and love supporting local businesses. Phoenix is unlike any other major city in that it was built by the hand’s of today’s residents. It’s upswing is so recent that it can be traced back to your friends and your neighbors. Therefore, the pride here palpable.

Additionally, Coronado is perfect for families who value historic homes. Most homes in this neighborhood were originally constructed in the 1950’s, and stunning recent remodeling work has transformed these old neighborhoods into modern marvels with the charm of history on their side. The area’s central location also means easy, Valley-wide access. All of your amenities are within a 15-minute walk, and everything else is within a 15-minute drive. “It’s central to a lot of things, close to a lot of the stuff we do around here. There are a lot of families around here. A lot of diversity. People from all walks of life, ages, types of homes. It’s not a cookie cutter neighborhood like you see in the outskirts.”

The Schools

The ever-expanding ASU Downtown campus.

Arizona School for the Arts excels in performance arts.

Downtown isn't known for its public school options, but it does have some of the greatest charter, private, and specialty schools in the nation. From the massively expanding Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix campus to road-less-traveled secondary-education options like Metropolitan Arts Institute, Arizona School for the Arts and BioScience High School – which offers world renown science-focused education – Coronado is at an urban epicenter of schooling options. Through its networks of charter and private options, this area is truly one of the most comprehensive and customizable educational systems in the state.

The Work

The Warehouse District features many startups.

Downtown Phoenix is Arizona's business hub.

The lightrail makes urban commutes painless.

“The 51, the 10, the 202... the entire valley is at our fingertips!"

Gone are the days of Downtown Phoenix being a boring and desolate land of lawyers and bankers during the day. Just South of the Downtown core lies the Warehouse District. A decade ago these streets were wastelands of abandoned old warehouses, void of any economic activity and a go-to for those looking to commit crime. However, this area’s image has been completely restored in recent years. With superstar tech startups such as Tuft & Needle, WebPT, Gould Evans, and more moving into the area, it has taken on a brand of its own as the hot new spot for innovative companies.

The core has seen its share of disruption too. Chase Tower still dominates the skyline, as it has for decades, but Chase Bank no longer defines this city. Multi-billion dollar companies, including Uber, have moved into the high-rises lining these streets, continuously pumping money back into the local economy. All these expansions have lead to Downtown Phoenix more than tripling its resident and worker count in the past decade. An explosion of growth that continues to compound and shows no sign of stopping.

None of this is to say you’re limited to Phoenix, however. This city’s central location within the greater valley gives you incredible access to all other business hubs as well. Or, as John puts it, “Coronado is no more than three miles from any of the major freeways, giving us incredible access to anywhere we need to go. It’s especially convenient for getting to Biltmore.”

The Play

A world renown art gallery, free on Wednesdays!

The First Friday art walk is the biggest in the nation.

Eclectic shows take over Phoenix venues nightly.

The baseball and basketball arenas are neighbors.

“Cibo for pizza. Taco Chiwas for Mexican. Lux for coffee. Everything is right there.”

Urban living comes, by default, with an unmatched level of access to nightlife, entertainment, and dining options. However, what might surprise some is that this isn’t just for singles or millennials – it can be for the entire family. Downtown and Midtown Phoenix offer an ever-growing array of options for people of all ages. Catch a game at Chase Field or Talking Stick Resort Arena; have an educational, yet insanely fun, afternoon out at the Arizona Science Center; meander the beautiful halls of the Phoenix Art Museum; or be enthralled with virtuous talent at the Phoenix Symphony. Looking to be a bit more adventurous? Phoenix has grown to become a music hub in the Southwest. Get tickets to a concert at The Van Buren – a brand new venue to the city – or Crescent Ballroom.