Broadmoor-Broadway Neighborhood

Named after an iconic luxury Colorado resort hotel in a nod to emphasizing a resort-type lifestyle, Broadmoor was Tucson’s first new subdivision of the post-war development period. Homesteaded in 1885, the land was later developed as an 18-hole golf course for the Tucson Golf & Country Club (1914-1937). The midtown neighborhood, developed between 1944-64, features one of the first cohesive collections of Ranch style homes in Tucson, a majority of which are conventional Ranch, with some Modern and Spanish Colonial Ranch noted. Early planning innovations- including curvilinear streets, medians, and landscaping features- alongside a paved pedestrian path and the natural beauty of the Arroyo Chico wash, have kept this neighborhood a bike and walking favorite.