Cultural Resource Areas Post-WWII Subdivisions

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BROCHURE [.pdf]

MAP [.pdf]

POWERPOINT OVERVIEW [.ppt]

MAP FROM TEMPE GENERAL PLAN 2030 [.pdf]

Text only version of: Tempe Post-World War II Context Study December 2001 Scott Solliday Historian (search by keyword or phrase)

PDF of: Post World War II Subdivisions Tempe, AZ: 1945 – 1960, Scott Solliday (113 MB)

20 Subdivisions for Further Consideration
(source: Tempe Historic Preservation Commission meeting, 11 August 2005)

Broadmor Manor 1955 ~ 1960
Broadmor Vista 1958 ~ 1960
Campus Homes 1952 ~ 1955
Carlson Park 1957 ~ 1959
Date Palm Manor 1953 ~ 1959
D bar L Ranchos 1956 ~ 1960
Hudson Manor 1948 ~ 1955
Hudson Park 1958 ~ 1959
Laird Estates 1955 ~ 1959
Mitchell Subdivision 1950 ~ 1960
Parkside Manor 1956 ~ 1960
Tempe Estates
Tempe Heights 1955 ~ 1960
Tempe Terrace 1951 ~ 1960
Tomlinson Estates 1950 ~ 1953
University Estates 1948 ~ 1960
University Heights 1954 ~ 1960
University Homes 1951 ~ 1960
University Terrace 1950 ~ 1955
Willacker Homes 1950 ~ 1955

Each Post WWII subdivision is evaluated for historic and architectural significance, and integrity. The significance of a subdivision is determined by its relation to historic themes, such as community planning and development, federal housing policy, or association with prominent builders and developers. The evaluation of a neighborhood's integrity is based on several factors, including the proportion of individual properties that possess a high degree of integrity, the presence of a subdivision's key non-residential elements [streets, vegetation, irrigation system, etc.], and the absence of any significant non-conforming encroachments in the residential areas. 

SHPO Carport Integrity Policy [pdf] 

SHPO Eligibility Integrity Policy [pdf]