An easy drive from Vive is a walkable, creative area known as the Roosevelt Row Arts District.
Nationally recognized for its galleries, boutiques, and award-winning restaurants, it welcomes more than 100,000 new visitors every year.
Many of the neighborhood's sidewalks were poured in 1909, three years before Arizona officially became a state, and it was in the early 1940s when several businesses were established along Roosevelt Street.
Established by Kimber Lanning, Modified Arts is a contemporary gallery dedicated to highlighting local, regional, national and international artists in all media. At times, it also hosts live musical entertainment, and the frequently rotating exhibitions may feature paintings, sculptures, works on paper, and so much more.
Phoenix Center for the Arts
The Phoenix Center for the Arts opened in 1975, and it offers opportunities in both the visual and performing arts through high-quality classes and programs. The center strives to be the premier provider of arts and cultural experiences that improve and unite the communities it serves, and thousands of people walk through the doors each year. The classes for adults allow everyone to bring out their inner artist and include ceramics, mosaics, and photography.
Known for serving the best combination of food and cocktails in a contemporary, urban setting, it's no wonder that Fez is a local favorite. It has been recognized by various publications such as Phoenix Magazine and the Phoenix New Times, and guests rate it four-stars on Yelp as they appreciate the flavorful meals and accommodating waitstaff. The menu includes an array of dishes such as cashew shrimp, bangers & mash, and rosemary chicken sandwiches.
The Roosevelt Row Arts District is just one of the neighborhoods that you can explore if you call our apartments in Arizona home. Please contact our leasing agents to arrange a tour where you can see our amenities firsthand.