(h) Sycamore Canyon and University

The developed portion of this neighborhood is mostly flat, but the northern and eastern edges rise dramatically to become the Box Spring Mountains. This striking geographic feature provides a beautiful backdrop for the eastern edge of the city and offers a natural environment for hiking and other outdoor recreation.The large residential neighborhood that occupies a quarter of this region is almost hidden behind the University and reflects the architecture of the early 1960’s to the mid 1980’s.

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