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Those searching for economical living without sacrificing access to stores and entertainment feel right at home here. Located 17 miles east of downtown Phoenix in Mesa, Fiesta Heritage Park combines suburban living with easy access to the entire metro area. Reasonable rents and relatively low gas prices leave more money available to enjoy the restaurants and shops nearby.

Primarily a blue-collar neighborhood, nearby parks and museums offer culture and activities all year long.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Mesa, AZ is $644 for a studio, $770 for one bedroom, $923 for two bedrooms, and $1,209 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Mesa has increased by 3.7% in the past year.

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Ratings

56 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
38 Transit Score® Some Transit
58 Bike Score® Bikeable

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Restaurants

Find food for nearly every taste in the Fiesta Heritage Park neighborhood. Try an unusual fusion of Scandinavian, Polish and Canadian comfort foods at Beaver Choice. The founders lived in Poland, Sweden and Canada, bringing recipes from each area to the menu. From appetizers though dessert, each section contains selections from each region. Start with Swedish pickled herring, Polish pierogies, or Canadian poutine. Continue to mix and match with entrees ranging from elk soup to the famous chicken schnitzel cordon bleu. The signature dish fills a lightly breaded pork loin or chicken breast with black forest ham and brie cheese, grilled until crispy and then topped with a porcini mushroom sauce. Save room for dessert and try Beaver supreme. This house specialty layers chocolate and walnut meringue with whipped cream and mandarin oranges.

Those preferring more traditional tastes can try Crackers & Company Cafe. This breakfast and lunch spot features favorites with a few twists. The large breakfast menu includes skillets, omelets, pancakes French toast and waffles. House creations include the huevos rancheros pork carnitas, a tortilla layered with refried beans, cheese, green onions, pork carnitas and eggs. Top it off with some red or green salsa for even more flavor. In addition to serving breakfast all day, a lunch menu adds burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads to the mix.

Enjoy an update to the traditional pub at The Draft Sports Grill. The kitchen adds local flavors to familiar favorites. The Phoenix cheesesteak begins with a Philly cheesesteak and then mixes in sriracha mayo to give it some extra kick. Entrees such as the spicy crab mac and cheese blends cayenne pepper and crab with smoked cheddar cheese and pasta. The bar has a revolving selection of 24 beers on tap and a selection of martinis, cocktails, wines and even adult milkshakes. Enjoy happy hour specials all week long.

A lively nightlife scene sits a few miles away along Mill Street in downtown Tempe, around the Arizona State University campus. Bars in and around the neighborhood maintain a more laid-back atmosphere.

History

First settled as an agricultural area, growth began to boom in Phoenix shortly after World War II. The urban sprawl reached to Fiesta Heritage Park by the 1980s, creating the suburban neighborhood and retail shops that shaped the neighborhood as it stands today.

Residents enjoy several nearby museums. The i.d.e.a. Museum presents interactive art and science displays, targeted towards children. The museum also hosts instructional classes and other events throughout the year. The Arizona Museum of Natural History gives visitors a glimpse into the past. Exhibits range from a real territorial jail to an old west mine.

Annual events include the Mesa Arts Festival. In addition to seeing displays from local and national artists, visitors enjoy music and storytelling at this free event.

Transportation

Most people get around the area by car. Loop 101, Loop 202 and U.S. 60 all provide convenient connections to the rest of the Phoenix area. Those who prefer to let someone else do the driving can ride Valley Metro buses. The public transportation provider runs routes along Southern Avenue, Country Club Drive and Alma School Road.

While not a primary means of transportation, bicycle routes line selected main roads through the area. Find separate bike lanes along portions of Extension Road, Alma School Road and 8th Avenue.

Find ample free parking throughout the area. Cabs rarely pick up fares on the streets, so make sure to call ahead. Uber and Lyft also both provide service across the region.

Cost

Fiesta Heritage park residents enjoy a reasonable cost of living. Average rent for a single bedroom apartment averages $583 per month. This falls 23 percent lower than similar apartments throughout the Phoenix metro area.

Filling up will also save some cash. Expect gas prices 10 percent below the national average. Public transportation on Valley Metro buses costs $2 for a one-way trip and $4 for a full day pass when purchased before boarding. Beer prices run around $4 a pint.

Shopping

Find a wide selection of shopping options in and around the Fiesta Heritage Park area. Chain and big box stores such as Sears, Dillard's, Payless, and Best Buy fill the Fiesta Mall and surrounding streets. Those seeking upscale chain shops venture north to the Tempe Marketplace.

For western wear to fit any occasion head to Botas Juarez Western Wear. This locally owned store has a wide selection of men's and women's cowboy boots, jeans and accessories. With friendly customer service their knowledgeable staff will help you find the right set of country threads.

Convenient consignment shops provide another opportunity to purchase lightly-used items. Baby Bargains focuses on clothing, furniture, toys and accessories for newborns and children. The store staff carefully inspects and sanitizes all clothing and toys before placing them on the showroom floor. The store purchases baby equipment, furniture and toys for cash or store credit while clothing only receives store credit. The store occasionally hosts special events for expectant mothers and sells new items such as formula.

The Fiesta Heritage Park area provides plenty of options when it comes to buying basic staples. Food City, Albertsons, WinCo, Fry's and Safeway all operate grocery stores nearby. Those seeking locally grown fruits and produce can head to the Gilbert Farmers Market.

Parks

Small parks provide the Fiesta Heritage Park area with options to enjoy fresh air. Kids can spend time in the playground at Heritage Park. The 17-acre facility also contains picnic areas, lighted sand volleyball courts and lighted half-courts for basketball.

Nearby Guerrero Park provides even more options. Full-size lit basketball courts and soccer and softball fields provide places to play team sports. People of all ages can enjoy some rigorous activity on the exercise course while children check out the playground.

Those looking for closest place to enjoy the outdoors with a pet head to Creamery Park. This spot features enclosed areas where dogs can run around off leash.

None of these public parks charge admission or use fees.

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855 W Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ 85210
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825 S Alma School Rd, Mesa, AZ 85210
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1050 W 8th Ave, Mesa, AZ 85210
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901 S Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85210
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601 S Alma School Rd, Mesa, AZ 85210
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510 S Extension Rd, Mesa, AZ 85210
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Mesa, AZ 85210
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Mesa, AZ 85210
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Mesa, AZ 85210
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Apartments for Rent in Fiesta Heritage Park, Mesa, AZ

Those searching for economical living without sacrificing access to stores and entertainment feel right at home here. Located 17 miles east of downtown Phoenix in Mesa, Fiesta Heritage Park combines suburban living with easy access to the entire metro area. Reasonable rents and relatively low gas prices leave more money available to enjoy the restaurants and shops nearby.

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