Armory Park Downtown


Armory Park Downtown sprouted east of the abandoned military plaza, on what's now 6th Avenue. Once the railroad rolled into town in 1880, the neighborhood, just south of the tracks, became home to railroad executives and workers. Loaded up with glass, wood, and all manner of non-local building materials, the trains helped transform Tucson's architecture. Executives built East Coast-style red-brick houses with pitched roofs, porches, and front yards on the main streets; the workers lived in modest homes close together along the alleys. Some 450 contributing properties occupy 30 blocks, most of them built between 1880 and 1920. A new development at the east end emulates the historic styles.

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