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    Phoenix Real Estate

     A great place to live. Phoenix is the capital of the southwestern U.S. state of Arizona. Known for its year-round sun and warm temperatures, it anchors a sprawling, multicity metropolitan area known as the Valley of the Sun.

    Top Sights

     Offers the world’s finest collection of arid plants
    from deserts of the world in a unique outdoor setting. 
    Located in Papago Park, at 1201 N. Galvin Parkway
    in Phoenix, central Arizona.
    Point of pride for Phoenix. A place for hiking, biking, scenic drives
    and beautiful vistas of the valley below.
    Hop on your adventure!

    A 300-seat acoustically superb performance space
    and an award-winning Café Allegro.
    This is also a collection of over 15,000 musical instruments and associated objects.
    Takes you to a beautiful desert landscapes with many
    unique species of cacti, one of the most scenic and easily accessible desert areas in the Phoenix metro area. Explore its 1,500 acres filled with hiking and biking trails, picnic areas and lagoons. Hole in the Rock at Papago Park!
    Experience the largest non-profit zoo in the United States.
    Motivate people to care for the natural world!

    Top Neighborhoods

    1. Downtown Scottsdale

    Old Town Scottsdale is the city’s beating heart, with sparkling fountains, lush lawns, and outdoor sculptures honoring the city’s Old West roots.

    It’s COFFEE AND SHOP o’clock in Scottsdale!

    Visit the Scottsdale Waterfront , offering you everything from retail and commercial offices to restaurants and high-rise residential buildings, making it a popular target for residents in the Phoenix area.

    Another one is …

    Scottsdale Oldest Bar and One of the Best Bar in the Phoenix Area known as Coach House. Located at 7011 E Indian School Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, United States.

    2. North Scottsdale

    One of Arizona’s Most Important Job Centers is the Scottsdale Airpark!

    Anchored by the Scottsdale Airport, spans an 8.6-square-mile area with over 2,900 companies employing over 51,000 people (current estimates based on EMSI and City of Scottsdale data).

    Wait! There’s more!

    Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s former residence, is also in North Scottsdale which is located at 12621 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259, United States.

    3. Downtown Phoenix

    Downtown Phoenix is a thriving hub of trade, art, and culture in the area. The arrival of many new mixed-use commercial buildings in recent years has re-energized the downtown scene, bringing new life to the shopping and dining scene.

    Take in a performance at Arizona Federal Theatre (formerly known as Comerica Theater) or visit the Phoenix Art Museum, which is one of Phoenix’s secret gems. On First Friday, one of the country’s largest self-guided art walks, visit galleries all over the area.

    4. Arcadia

    Arcadia, which is part of Phoenix and Scottsdale, was built on former citrus groves and was home to citrus farmers in the early twentieth century. Its leafy streets now house some of the Valley of the Sun’s finest dining and shopping.