Biltmore Estates

Welcome to Biltmore Estates

The Biltmore is an upscale residential neighborhood and financial district in central North Phoenix. It is perhaps the city's most acclaimed neighborhood, largely due to its location, around the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. The Resort is surrounded by two 18-hole championship golf courses along with some of the most exclusive homes in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The “true” Biltmore Estates is bordered by 24th Street on the west, Lincoln Drive on the north, 32nd Street on the east, and Camelback on the south. In addition to its upscale shopping and dining, the neighborhood is known for its gate-guarded golf communities, expensive luxury homes, and its quality of life. The neighborhood is very centrally located, in close proximity to the Sky Harbor airport. When it comes to real estate in Biltmore Estates, it’s all about location, location and location!

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What You'll LOVE About Biltmore Estates

The Biltmore is anchored at the intersection of North 24th Street and East Camelback Road, where one will find shopping at Biltmore Fashion Park and The Camby Hotel. Schedule a round of golf, hike the mountain or historic trails, or visit some of the 100 fantastic eateries the neighborhood has to offer. Visit the Wrigley Mansion perched atop La Colina Solana, the Phoenix Mountain Preserve Park, the Biltmore Fashion Park, the Camelback Esplanade Center, Biltmore Center, Biltmore Commerce Center, Biltmore Plaza and much more. You will love the diversity surrounding the Biltmore Estates, and with all the things to see and do, you are guaranteed never to be bored!

Biltmore Estates Attractions

Find out what makes life in Biltmore Estates so one-of-a-kind!

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Arizona Biltmore Hotel

This local landmark, that today is part of the Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts, was opened on 23 February 1929. The architect behind the design of the hotel was Albert Chase McArthur (brother of the hotel owners), yet the design is often mistakenly attributed to Frank Lloyd Wright. This is due to Wright's on-site consulting for four months in 1928 relating to the "Textile Block" construction used in the hotel. The Biltmore History Room located on the third floor of the hotel displays not only historical artifacts related to the hotel's history, but also the early furnishes which were once used. The hotel also claims to be the site of invention of the Tequila Sunrise.

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Biltmore Fashion Park

The open-air Biltmore Fashion Park, a shopping and dining destination at the edges of the Biltmore Estates neighborhood, offers high-end shopping in a lush garden setting. The shopping center is anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue with high-end boutiques such as Escada, Calypso, Ralph Lauren, Stuart Weitzman, and Cole Haan offering some of the best shopping in the city. The Capital Grille, a popular steakhouse, is the place to enjoy some food and drinks while taking a break from shopping.