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For the History of Medlock Place Historical District, see below:

A rural suburb since it's been more developed,  Medlock Historic is a highly walkable and connected neighborhood with retail shops and restaurants surrounding.  Postino Wine Cafe on Central  for a glass and AJ’s Fine Foods are both in walking distance.

The light rail station is also in walking distance at the corner of Camelback & Central.

 Many of the homes, condos and townhomes have been beautifully updated with style & class while not compromising the historical integrity.

Single-family historic homes in  Medlock Historic District are on the larger side, average around 2,000 square feet.

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places since June 01, 2006

Medlock Place Historic District

(Added 2006 - Maricopa County - #06000434)

Roughly bounded by Missouri Ave., Camelback Rd., 7th Ave. and Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ

(770 acres, 160 buildings) 

 Historic Significance:  Event, Architecture/Engineering 

Architectural Style:  Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Other 

Area of Significance:  Architecture, Community Planning And Development 

Period of Significance:  1925-1949, 1950-1974 

Owners:  Private , Local Government

Historic Function:  Domestic 

Historic Sub-function:  Multiple Dwelling, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling 

Current Function:  Commerce/Trade, Domestic 

Current Sub-function:  Multiple Dwelling, Professional, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling, Specialty Stores.   

Historic District Signs

During the 2003–2004 fiscal year, the city installed

historic district signs in several new historic districts.

The Historic Preservation Office partnered with

neighborhood organizations and City Council offices

to sponsor ceremonies to unveil historic street

signage in two neighborhoods:

Campus Vista, July 15, 2003

Medlock Place, July 28, 2003

An additional map of Medlock Place Historical District

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