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Downtown Living On Full Display for April 1 Tour

For those El Pasoans curious about what it would be like to live in Downtown El Paso, April 1st is their chance to get a first-hand experience of eight new downtown residential developments.

“The desire to live in Downtown El Paso is strong based on the number of new housing options that continue to open up,” said DMD Executive Director Joe Gudenrath. “The Downtown Living Tour gives the entire community the opportunity to experience eight amazing developments and learn what all the buzz is about. Whether you are looking for a place to live, or just curious about these exciting projects, the Downtown Living Tour provides a great opportunity.”

The Downtown Management District (DMD) is working with local developers to showcase housing options and build excitement for residential life in the heart of the city.

Participating developments include:

–        The Abdou Building, 115 N. Mesa Street

–        Campbell Street Apartments, 501 S. Campbell Street

–        Essex Alley, 513 W. San Antonio Avenue

–        Franklin Avenue Apartments, 617 W. Franklin Avenue

–        Martin Lofts, 217 N. Stanton Street

–        The Mix, 518 W. San Antonio Avenue

–        Roderick Artspace Lofts, 601 N. Oregon Street

–        The Savoy, 120 S. Stanton Street

Tickets for the tour are $15 each and quantities are limited. The self-guided tours will be available from11am – 4pm, on Saturday, April 1, 2017.

Tour participants will experience food and drink at each location from some of downtown’s great dining establishments, shuttle service between stops and the opportunity to win a $1,000 store credit at Mattress Firm. Tickets can be purchased online.

The Downtown Living Tour is presented by Mattress Firm, with support from the City of El Paso Economic and International Development Department and the Neon Desert Music Festival.

The tour is organized by the El Paso Downtown Management District.

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