New senior complex 1 of many changes planned along Tatum

Credit: City of Phoenix / AZBEX


By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange

A proposed new senior living facility is one harbinger of many changes to come along Tatum Boulevard north of Bell and south of Loop 101.

A mix of big-box anchors and smaller retail operations cover three of the four corners at Tatum and Bell. The NWC is home to a large multifamily development. Another multifamily complex sits immediately north of that one, and a third lies just east of the NEC.

Stretching north to the 101 is an expansive collection of single-family homes, mostly built between 1990 and 2005, with few other development types mixed in immediately touching Tatum. The immediately Tatum-adjacent items are a non-denominational church/meeting center, a Circle K, two plant nurseries, a small medical office/urgent care, a formerly city-owned and now privately run horse park, a luxury senior living complex set well back from the road, and the Musical Instrument Museum.


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