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Central Tucson Homes For Sale; Plus Stats, Sales, Listings And A Market Recap Of Central Tucson Real Estate

May 20th, 2010 by Michael Oliver

Central Tucson homes and real estate for sale offer a mixture of home types, prices, and locations.

"Central Tucson Homes For Sale"

Central Tucson homes offer Tucson's best variety as well as property near some of Tucson's largest employers and destinations

Within Tucson’s central housing district there are historic neighborhoods such as Sam Hughes near the University of Arizona, newer neighborhoods like Riverhaven built in 2005 and 2006, as well as older brick homes predominately built in the 1950′s and 1960′s that have character and great locations. Centrally located homes in Tucson range a lot in often short distances in some situations just being on the right street or nearby a major Tucson destination as in the U of A, or Tucson Medical Center, or the right neighborhood downtown can show price differences of over $100,000 or more just by buying a home on the right side of the street in the right neighborhood.

Homes For Sale Near The University Of Arizona’s New Bioscience Park (Bio Park) And Why It’s Probably A Good Idea To Own One As Well- As The Bridges Neighborhood

April 8th, 2010 by Michael Oliver

For those unaware The University of Arizona is developing a new BioScience Park (or Bio Park) at Kino Parkway and 36th Street. The

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Renderings of Phase one of the new Bio Park

groundbreaking was December 11th, 2009 and this development is designed to bring in BioScience companies looking to start-up and/ or expand as well as offer additional University space for classes and labs. The Bio Park is to be 54 acres in size and will include 2.4 million square feet in laboratory and office space, as well as a science and technical high school affiliated with Tucson Unified School District. The idea of this BioScience Park is to offer a world class development expected to generate stable high-paying jobs, attract capital investment for emerging industries and sustain long-term economic growth for greater Tucson and Arizona.

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