Phoenix College/Melrose: 85013
Phoenix College/Melrose is made up of a few historic neighborhoods, including Campus Vista, Woodlea and Pierson Place. Melrose is a district with eclectic shops and restaurants in the middle. Phoenix College and St. Joseph’s Hospital are on the southern end.
The Yard/Cheery Lynn: 85014
The Yard/Cheery Lynn area has one of Phoenix’s hip restaurant hubs with several eateries in renovated Midcentury buildings. The Phoenix Country Club and some million-dollar homes are located on the southern end. Historic Cheery Lynn neighborhood is near the middle.
Christown is home to one of Phoenix’s oldest shopping centers. The southern end of this area has historic homes. Affordable houses and townhomes are located in the center near the mall. Larger, ranch-style houses are on the northern end.
North Central: 85012
North Central is the most upscale area in Midtown, and it overlaps the Uptown neighborhood. It’s also the second priciest neighborhood in Phoenix. Mansions, large and mid-size ranch houses and smaller historic homes can be found here as well. The area is home to several popular local restaurants.