PIERSON PLACE HISTORIC DISTRICT
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Pierson Place Historic District Highlights
Pierson Place Historic District’s first plat, Suburban Acres, was recorded in 1924, outside city limits but within a ten-minute drive to downtown. A series of Pierson Place plats followed as the city’s official population continued to expand during the 1920s. In 1926 Pierson Place was platted, followed by Pierson Place Amended and South Pierson Place in 1927, and Stanley Place in 1928. Del Monte Park was the last area within the district to be recorded, just after World War II ended in 1946.
By 1956 the area was mostly built out with single family homes and small scale multifamily buildings that include duplexes, triplexes, and four-plexes. Larger-scale multifamily complexes began appearing as infill in the late 1950s. Commercial development occurred outside the edges of the district at 7th Avenue, Camelback Road, and Central Avenue. In 1963, a multistory residential tower was constructed in the neighborhood on Central Avenue.
Most of the buildings in the Pierson Place Historic District are single family houses. However, fifteen percent of the properties are multifamily complexes, comprised of collections of detached single family buildings, duplexes, triplexes, and four-plexes. A range of architectural styles reflects several decades of build out. Early neighborhood styles include Bungalows and a number of different period revivals. English Cottages, Pueblo Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, and Southwest Style houses are all found within the neighborhood. Early modern designs, including an Art Modern house and several International Style houses, are also found in Pierson Place. In the late 1930s and 1940s, and the early 1950s, the district continued to build out with modern Ranch Styles. The Transitional Ranch, French Provincial, Early, and Simply Ranch sub styles are well represented in the neighborhood.
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Pierson Place Historic District is bounded by Camelback Road to the north, the Arizona Canal to the south, Central Avenue to the east, and 7th Avenue to the west.
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