By Catherine Reagor | The Republic
Uptown Phoenix was a hot spot for restaurants, shops and clubs in the 1970s and ’80s.
Then the cachet fizzled a bit as the Valley’s suburbs boomed.
But Camelback Road and Central Avenue, the heart of Phoenix’s uptown area, is back as a thriving hub for popular restaurants, cool boutiques, office space, light rail and historic neighborhoods.
It’s now the Valley’s most popular intersection, according to a new poll among real-estate and growth experts.