Phoenix starts ‘building blocks’ of new 32nd Street

32nd Street Phoenix

32nd Street PhoenixBy Brenna Goth, The Republic |

Less room for cars, more space for bikes and street-side public art are the city’s first investments along 32nd Street under a major revitalization plan for the north Phoenix corridor.

The plan — approved by the City Council in December — re-envisions the North 32nd Street Corridor, along 32nd Street from the Phoenix Mountain Preserve north to Loop 101, as a part of the city where neighborhood residents will spend more of their time and visitors will come to explore.

The area once operated as a major thoroughfare through the city but was bypassed by State Route 51 when the freeway was completed at the start of the century. Businesses were stifled as traffic along the street decreased, leaving a stretch of about eight miles flanked by vacant buildings.


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