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The capital and largest city in the state of Arizona was incorporated in 1881 after being founded in 1867 near where the Salt River and the Gila River meet. There are one and a half million Phoenicians in the city proper (the sixth most populous city in the nation) and its metropolitan area is considered among the top 5 relocation destinations as of 2014.

To describe Phoenix housing styles is to cover a historical and wide range of architecture. The downtown area is dotted with historical districts with tree lined streets and properties refurbished to their original beauty. High rise condominiums and lofts, mid-century, and sprawling ranch homes round out the city in styles ranging from Territorial/Santa Fe, Spanish, Santa Barbara, and contemporary. Each neighborhood possesses its own charm and character and offers unique opportunities for creating the perfect Phoenix lifestyle.

Cultural diversity is a mainstay of Phoenix and the arts scene covers a wide variety of cultural and historic learning opportunities. The world class Phoenix Art Museum, The Heard Museum of Native American Art and History, The Orpheum Theater, The Musical Instrument Museum and The Arizona Science Center are just a few of the institutions providing entertaining and educational experiences for Phoenicians and visitors. Sports are alive and well too in Phoenix with the Arizona Diamondbacks, The Phoenix Suns, The Phoenix Mercury, The Phoenix Coyotes, and the Arizona Cardinals providing adrenaline for sports junkies year round. Shopping and dining options rival any major city in the U.S.

Phoenix is a haven for outdoor adventurers. Hiking and biking the desert mountains, boating and water sports at nearby lakes, summer camping and winter skiing just 2.5 hours from the metropolitan area are just a few of the options awaiting those who live for the outdoors. Excellent riparian and other wildlife preserves provide opportunities to see the types of “neighbors” not typically seen in an urban environment.

Industry driving employment in the Phoenix area includes healthcare, banking, engineering, education, manufacturing, mining and utilities with such corporate giants as Wells Fargo, Intel, Honeywell Aerospace, US Airways and the Apollo Group calling Phoenix their corporate home.

Educational opportunities abound in Phoenix, with all three state universities having established a strong presence in the central Phoenix corridor, and a number of private universities throughout the city.

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