Phoenix Metro

Phoenix Metro

Scottsdale

Upscale modernity paired with western roots.

Scottsdale is known as the “West’s Most Western Town.”1 It’s also famous for its luxury resorts and spas, golfing, nightlife, and fabulous shopping.

Arizona Canal in Scottsadale

The blend of Old West and modern luxury make Scottsdale more than just a place to live. It’s a destination.

The blend of Old West and modern luxury make Scottsdale more than just a place to live. It’s a destination. It’s hard to decide which is the bigger draw—the upscale restaurants and nightclubs, galleries, world-class shopping and golf, or the hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and western-themed charm. In Scottsdale, you can experience it all.

The city is a good location to consider for just about every type of resident, from people looking for a second home, to retirees to growing families looking for upscale housing with quality schools.

Locals love: The premier culinary scene makes Scottsdale a foodie destination, and a prime location to impress out-of-town guests. In addition, outdoor activities like hiking at Camelback Mountain or golfing on some of the best courses in the world make Scottsdale an impressive home base.

Nearby attractions:

  • Downtown Scottsdale restaurants, bars, clubs and galleries
  • Big-name events like the Waste Management Phoenix Open and Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction
  • Cactus League Spring Training games
  • Hiking at the McDowell Sonoran Preserve
  • Shopping at Scottsdale Quarter or Scottsdale Fashion Square
  • Relaxing at some of the world’s best resort spas

Closest cities: Phoenix, Tempe

Freeway access: Pima Freeway (Loop 101), Red Mountain Freeway (Loop 202)

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Phoenix

A vibrant, growing city in the heart of the southwest.

Phoenix is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation.1 People flock to the consistently sunny weather, rich arts and culture, shopping and nightlife, and year-round events set in the beauty of the desert. While there are no Meritage communities in the heart of downtown Phoenix, it’s central location makes it a convenient and welcome hub for entertainment, culinary, and nightlife enthusiasts.

Downtown Phoenix

The city of Phoenix is surrounded by hiking trails, desert landscapes and more parks and preserves than any other major city in the nation.

Phoenix offers its locals a lively downtown with sports arenas, live music, museums, theaters, art galleries and more than 100 restaurants. And outdoor adventure is never far away. The city of Phoenix is surrounded by hiking trails, desert landscapes and more parks and preserves than any other major city in the nation. The city’s blend of cosmopolitan city life and outdoor recreation makes it an ideal destination for families and young professionals.

Locals love: Living in or near Phoenix means everything is at your fingertips: shopping, dining, events, hiking, golfing and major concerts and shows.

Nearby attractions:

  • Local restaurants and stores on Roosevelt Row in Downtown Phoenix
  • Arts and culture at Heard Museum
  • The Arizona Science Center, Phoenix Children’s Museum and Phoenix Art Museum
  • Popular events and attractions at local favorite, the Phoenix Zoo
  • Panoramic views from Camelback Mountain or South Mountain Park and Preserve
  • More than 50 acres of desert beauty at the Desert Botanical Garden
  • Upscale shopping at Biltmore Fashion Park

Closest cities: Scottsdale, Tempe, Tolleson

Freeway access: Black Canyon Freeway (I-17), Piestewa Freeway (SR-51), Loop 101 & 202

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