Blenman-Elm Neighborhood

Midtown home of the 14-acre garden resort, the Arizona Inn (1930), as well as Blenman Elementary School (1942), this midtown neighborhood consists of 17 styles of homes popular between the 1920s and the 1950s, a majority of which are Ranch style with Spanish Revival influences. The neighborhood also contains a large number of homes designed by Swiss-born Tucson architect Josias Joesler. Featuring wide landscaped streets, Blenman-Elm continues to be a popular housing area for its walkability, Treat Avenue bike route, and proximity to the University of Arizona and Banner Health-University Medical Center.

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