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Action, Entertainment, Adventure & Endless Possibility

An area of just 10 square miles in the heart of sprawling Phoenix, AZ, Central Phoenix packs an endless array of opportunities into a seemingly small space. There’s no argument that there’s something for everyone here—bustling Downtown activity and events, outstanding career and business opportunities, plenty of outdoor recreation, charming old homes and historic buildings, beautiful suburban neighborhoods, top-rated public schools, thriving urban neighborhoods, and so much more. Come explore Central Phoenix and find the perfect spot for your next home.

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Why Do Residents Choose Central Phoenix?


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So Many Things to Do!

If you’re looking for action, adventure, entertainment, pro sports, nightlife, and endless excitement, then you’ve come to the right place. Downtown Phoenix is where it all happens. Just a few things you’ll find in Downtown?

Sports venues, like Talking Stick Resort Arena (home to the NBA Phoenix Suns) and Chase Field (home to the Arizona Diamondbacks). Nightlife, as in rooftop lounges, bars, clubs, live music, and endless events. Arts and culture, like museums, theatres, art galleries, science centers, and more. Shopping and dining galore, like the amazing restaurants of Central Ave, the restaurants, bars, and stores of CityScape, or the coffee shops of Roosevelt Row. Festivals and events, like Ice Skating at CityScape, McDowell Mountain Music Fest, weekly Farmers Markets, First Friday Art Walks on Roosevelt, shows and events at the Phoenix Convention Center, and so… much… more.

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Plenty of Ways to Get Outside

Big-city living doesn’t have to mean a limit to outdoor recreation. The City of Phoenix is home to over 40,000 acres of desert parks and mountain preserves—that’s over 200 miles of trails, 32 recreation centers, eight golf courses, and 29 pools across 182 city parks. So… getting outside in Phoenix is pretty easy.

Even in the Central Phoenix bustle, you’ll find plenty of scenic and relaxing escapes, like the Margaret T. Hance Park, home to the Japanese Friendship Garden, Irish Cultural Center, playgrounds, picnic areas, walking paths, and plenty of scenery. Plus, you can enjoy amazing events, activities, classes, and sports programs for all ages at one of Central’s many recreation centers.

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A Plethora of Outstanding Opportunities

Finding top-notch employment opportunities in Central Phoenix isn’t hard! In fact, Downtown is home to several of the city’s largest employers, like all of its government offices, including the State of Arizona, the City of Phoenix, and Maricopa County. You’ll also find major employers, like Arizona Public Service, Banner Health, Wells Fargo, St. Joseph’s Hospital, and JPMorgan Chase within the Central Phoenix area.

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Getting Around is Easy

Getting around in Central Phoenix—and throughout the Greater Phoenix area—is easy! Central Phoenix is home to numerous forms of public transportation, including the Valley Metro Light Rail, DASH (Downtown Area Shuttle), and busses, all of which can be found at Central Station in Downtown. There’s also a Downtown Grid Bike Share program, and many of the neighborhoods around Downtown are highly walkable. Central Phoenix is also served by numerous highways and major thoroughfares, such as the 10, the 17, and the Loop 202.

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Great Educational Opportunities

Public school students of Central Phoenix are served by top-rated districts, such as Tempe Union High School District (rated the #7 Best Public High School District in Arizona), Phoenix Union High School District, Phoenix Elementary School District, and Creighton Elementary School District.

Some of the top-rated schools in Central Phoenix include the Arizona School for the Arts (rated the #14 Best Public High School in Arizona), Desert Vista High (#22), McClintock High, Coronal del Sol High, Ward Traditional Academy, Gateway Early College High, Marcos de Niza High, and North High.


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Central Phoenix at a Glance

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Phoenix area experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

Population: 56,500
County: Maricopa
Median Home Price: $229,450

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Travel & Commute

Glendale: 20 min
Chandler: 25 min
Major Roads: I-17, I-10, Loop 202


Central Phoenix Real Estate

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