Catalina Vista got its launch as early as 1924, but it already took the automobile into account. Situated in midtown, south of Grant Road and east of Campbell Avenue, this region of wide curving streets and oversized lots is designed to have room for both people and cars. But it also subscribes to City Beautiful development principles: small parks, landscaped medians, and traffic roundabouts. The 274 contributing properties, dating from 1924 to 1962, signify a assortment of historic revival styles, as well as classic American red-brick ranch and art moderne. Prominent resident Margaret Sanger had her house designed by leading Tucson modernist Arthur Brown.
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