Located just one block from ASU’s downtown Centerpoint building, two blocks from The Brickyard and three blocks from Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Hanover Mill Avenue apartments are ultra-convenient. The apartments are also near the rest of ASU’s northwestern portion of campus, including Sun Devil Stadium, Mona Plummer Aquatic Complex and the College of Design. With this location, you can walk to downtown ASU buildings in five minutes and the main campus in nine. If you’re heading to other areas of campus, hop on one of the many FLASH Forward/FLASH Back shuttles for free.
The Tempe Transportation Center is four blocks away from the apartments, so traveling anywhere within the Tempe/Phoenix area is convenient. If you want to take public transit to campus, the free Orbit buses are your best bets. Both the Orbit Mercury and Jupiter buses can take you to the center and southern portions of campus in 10 to 15 minutes. You can pick up the buses at College and Mill.
If you want to power your own commute, cycling is another reliable option. You can bike even to the far southeastern area of campus within 10 minutes, and bike racks are abundant throughout campus. Most of the roads in and around campus have designated bike lanes, with the exception of Priest Drive between University Drive and Rio Salado and Mill Avenue south of Apache Boulevard.
Hanover Mill Avenue apartments are so close to ASU that you can do most of your shopping and dining on campus if you choose. Dozens of shops, services and restaurants line the streets bordering campus too. It’s one block to Starbucks, Gordon Biersch, Desert Roots Kitchen, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, the post office and Sparky’s Old Town Creamery. Walk another block and you’re at a Bank of America ATM, El Hefe Mexican Restaurant, My Big Fat Greek Restaurant and Urban Outfitters. Tempe Farmers Market is four blocks away, and Safeway and Walmart are about two miles away, just south of campus.