Three miles directly north of the busy ASU campus, Dwell Apartment Homes provide respite from the frenetic pace of university living without sparing convenience. Driving to campus takes less than 10 minutes, and it’s nearly a straight drive down Scottsdale Road. Scottsdale Road becomes Rural Road as you cross the Salt River, and just beyond the crossing lies ASU’s Packard Baseball Stadium and Karsten Golf Course. Rural Road runs alongside the eastern border of the campus, and you can continue driving on Rural to reach southern areas of campus.
You can bicycle to campus in about 23 minutes, heading south on North 68th Street and following the Canal Trail to the Scottsdale Road river crossing. Once you get to the north end of campus, you can keep on cycling to your destination, or you can catch one of the free ASU FLASH shuttles in the Packard Baseball Stadium parking lot.
Public transportation to the university is quick too. To catch a southbound bus on Route 72, walk about six minutes to Stop #18094 at Scottsdale and Palm roads. The bus stops at several university areas, including near Packard Baseball Stadium, near the Ceramics Graduate Studio, near Fulton Center and near Sun Devil Stadium. The entire trip to Sun Devil Stadium takes 15 minutes.
Dwell Apartment Homes are close to many Scottsdale conveniences. You’re one block away from East Gate Shopping Center, LA Fitness, Paul’s Ace Hardware, the post office, Flicka’s Bar and Grill, Antique Trove and Scottsdale Plaza Shopping Center. Travel another block or two north, and you’ll find a tire store, a sushi restaurant, DQ, Smart & Final and DeFalco’s Italian Grocery and Deli. Fry’s Food and Drug is one mile southwest of the apartments, and Comerica Bank is one block to the south. You’re also three blocks west of Eldorado Park and Community Center and three blocks east of Papago Softball Complex and Desert Botanical Garden.