Welcome to Highrises.com Tucson... Your complete high-rise condo guide! As the second largest city in Arizona, Tucson has a vibrant downtown with plenty of local restaurants, bars and shops stretching all the way to Arizona State University. In Tucson, you'll find a mix of old and the new. There are still real cowboys and yet there is a large tech industry presence. The city is rich in history and art creating a colorful canvas to explore. If you're a foodie, the residents have a taste for fine cuisine, so get your taste buds ready.
There are a variety of options for living in Tucson. For those who desire a more carefree low maintenance lifestyle and are looking into buying a condo, there are condo developments located in a variety of neighborhoods in Tucson. Our condo specialist can help you find the right neighborhood for your specific needs so you can find the desirable retirement, student, starter or larger home for the next phase in your life.
History of Tucson
Although Tucson wasn't formally founded until 1775, it is one of the longest continually inhabited areas of all of North America. It was originally inhabited by the native Hohokam, who were farmers in the area for over 4,000 years. In the late 1600's the Spanish Missionaries arrived and Tucson was part of Mexico until 1854 when it became part of the United States.
About Tucson, AZ
In Tucson, you'll have plenty to do to keep busy. You can take a hike up to Tumamoc Hill and enjoy the incredible view and then enjoy the best saffron gelato at Allegro. If you feel like a movie, The Loft Cinema plays documentaries, cult classics and independent films while serving your favorite brew. There are art, science and children's museums, botanical gardens and festivals year round. With 350 sunny days a year, the Tucson community is lively and active and attracts those who live life to the fullest.