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Market Report and Listings in Scottsdale

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Facts About Scottsdale

Scottsdale is a city in Maricopa County that is part of the Phoenix metropolitan area. It was formally incorporated in 1951 and experienced immediate population growth. Today, the city has more than 258,000 residents, having grown by more than 40,000 residents in the last decade alone.

Scottsdale, long known as the “West’s Most Western Town,” has matured into one of the premier
examples of the new west–urbane, sophisticated, and cultured. Scottsdale’s quality lifestyle includes well-planned living, working, and shopping areas. The city’s emphasis on mountain
preservation and protection of its rich desert areas are recognized nationally. Scottsdale is also known for its architectural and landscape design excellence and rich cultural, business, and recreational environments.

As Arizona’s sixth-largest city, it has a reputation for being a modern, fast-paced hub of commerce and entertainment. It has been called the Miami South Beach of the desert thanks to its many thriving nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. It is also home to numerous art galleries and museums that draw tourists to Scottsdale.

Scottsdale is characterized by a hospitality industry serving both the business and leisure visitor. The Scottsdale economy today contains, in addition to its resorts, a diverse mix of financial services from banking to insurance and investment; business services from advertising and public relations to software development; computer services to market research and consulting; professional services from major health care providers anchored by Scottsdale Memorial Health Systems and the world-renowned Mayo Clinic to attorneys, accountants, architects, and engineers; a network of galleries that puts Scottsdale among the top art markets in the nation; administrative offices from corporate headquarters of companies and associations to regional offices and marketing offices of larger organizations; a vibrant retail sector whose market extends well beyond the borders of Scottsdale; and a manufacturing sector anchored by Motorola in the southern part of the city and by hundreds of small to medium-sized companies in the Scottsdale Airpark.

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