Broadmoor / Broadway Village neighborhood is an older neighborhood in Tucson’s midtown area, just south of Tucson’s Sunshine Mile. The neighborhood is bordered by Broadway Blvd / Country Club to the northeast and Tucson Blvd. / Stratford to the southwest (see map below). It’s convenient to El Con, downtown, the University of Arizona, and Reid Park. The neighborhood is currently working on becoming a Historic District, which would allow homeowners to save on their property tax bill each year.
Broadmoor / Broadway Village is unique because it has some nice walking paths, one along Arroyo Chico and the other that goes straight through the neighborhood thanks to a utility easement. They recently hosted a Porch Fest event that many neighbors participated in. The neighborhood has a voluntary homeowner association which hosts an annual 4th of July Parade and Potluck. Neighborhood volunteers recently built and installed a little free library in the neighborhood plaza.
Most homes in Broadmoor / Broadway Village neighborhood are 2-4 bedrooms, situated on 1/5 – 1/4 acre lots. Most homes were built between 1945-1955. Broadmoor / Broadway Village is serviced by these TUSD schools: Robison Elementary, Mansfeld Middle, and Tucson High.
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