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The median listing price for homes and condos for sale in Phoenix, AZ, is $459,000. In this spectacular city of Arizona, over 4166 active houses are for sale, mostly averaging 35 days on the market. Meanwhile, Arcadia, Paradise Valley Village, Maryvale, Deer Valley, and North Mountain are some of the popular neighborhoods around Phoenix, AZ.

Single-family homes and condo/townhomes for sale in popular zip codes like 85086 and 85032, as well as three-bedroom homes for sale in surrounding towns like Scottsdale, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler, and Peoria, may be of interest. Fortunately, not only will you get assistance touring the many condos in the Phoenix area, but you can also learn about some fantastic activities to do in the city.

History

History

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Phoenix was founded in 1867 as an agricultural hamlet near the Salt and Gila Rivers, and its incorporation took place in 1881. It became the official capital of Arizona Territory in 1889. It has a scorching desert environment in the Sonoran Desert's northeastern portions. The Hohokam people resided in Phoenix for about 2,000 years before. To make the arid area arable, they created around 135 miles (217 kilometers) of irrigation canals, followed by the Arizona Canal, Central Arizona Project Canal, and Hayden-Rhodes Aqueduct. Cotton, cattle, citrus, the environment, and copper were the "Five C's" that laid the foundation of Phoenix's economy. Following World War 2, at a time when high-tech companies started flocking to the valley, air conditioning made Phoenix's scorching summers more bearable, these factors constituted the major drivers of the city's development.

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Things to do in Phoenix

Things to do in Phoenix

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Almost every city has more than a dozen hidden gems. Phoenix is no different. With the Desert Botanical Garden and Phoenix Zoo already well-known, there's so much more to do and see. Here are some of the best things to do in Phoenix, AZ.

Camelback Mountain
This mountain is one of the most beautiful places to go hiking in Phoenix. In addition, it is among Phoenix's tallest mountains, making it one of the best places to appreciate the full beauty of the entire city. Camelback's summit is 2,700 feet above Phoenix and Scottsdale and is reachable from the 1.2-mile Echo Canyon Trail, which is very steep.

The 1.5-mile Cholla Trail on the east side of the mountain is more accessible until you get to the top. You can also go on one of the many beginner-friendly trails that go around the base of Camelback, which is a lot of fun.

Phoenix Golf Courses
Despite its desert surroundings, Phoenix is becoming one of the best places to play golf. As it turns out, there are hundreds of courses in the Valley of the Sun that people of all skill levels can take.

Because there are so many choices, it may be hard to find the right one. However, you can also join the ranks of politicians and movie stars and play golf at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club in Phoenix.

Arizona Science Center
In the Arizona Science Center, where interactive displays teach children about anything from electricity to weather patterns to outer space, you may find respite from the scorching Phoenix weather and learn something new. There are also exhibits on the topics of sound, gravity, psychology, and other subjects throughout the center's four levels of exhibitions.

An IMAX Theater also provides instructive entertainment for entire families.
The Arizona Science Center, which serves as the centerpiece of downtown Phoenix's Heritage and Science Park, is open each day between 10 a.m until 5 p.m. However, the entrance to the museum is $18 for adults and $13 for children ages 3 to 17.

Spas
Even if hiking and golfing aren't your thing, consider draping the day in seaweed or immersed in mud instead. As well as being renowned for its lush green golf courses, Phoenix is also famous for its fabulous day and resort spas, which are frequently placed against breathtaking desert backdrops.

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Location

Phoenix, Arizona, is set in the Salt River Valley, known as "The Valley of the Sun" due to the severe heat and desert conditions throughout the summer months. The city rests at 33.448376 degrees latitude and -111.27403 degrees longitude. Its GPS coordinates are 33° 26' 54.1536" N and 112° 4' 26.5296" W. To put it another way, Phoenix is situated in the very heart of the state of Arizona, directly to the southwest of the world-renowned Tonto National Forest, which is the state's largest natural reserve. The unique properties of the local climate have made Phoenix famous for its arid and hot weather, cacti and palm trees, several parks with diverse fauna and flora, and a welcoming and open-minded society.

Phoenix demographics

Phoenix demographics

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Phoenix, Arizona, had 1.68 million people living in it in 2019, with an average age of 34.4 and a median family income of $60,931. In addition, the city had a median household income of $60,931 in 2019. Between 2018 and 2019, Phoenix's population increased from 1.66 million to 1.68 million, representing a 1.25 percent raise, while the median household income increased from $57,957 to $60,931, representing a 5.13 percent gain.

A sum of 41.4 percent of the population is White (non-hispanic), 35.3 percent is White (Hispanic), 6.89 percent is Black or African American (non-hispanic), 5.57 percent is Other (Hispanic), and Asian (non-hispanic) are the top five ethnic groupings in Phoenix, Arizona (3.91 percent ). Also, approximately 37.9 percent of all households in Phoenix, Arizona, speak a language other than English at home.

Citizens of the United States make up 87.6 percent of the population of Phoenix, Arizona.

Phoenix and its surrounding area are some of the nation's fastest-growing regions. It offers businesses a high quality of life and the talent, infrastructure, real estate, and connection required. No matter what field you work in, Greater Phoenix has a lot to offer, and businesses are starting to take notice. So it's no surprise that the Greater Phoenix area is home to the corporate headquarters of five Fortune 500 companies like Republic Services, Magellan Health, Freeport-McMoRan, and Avnet, to name a few examples.

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Arts in Phoenix

Arts in Phoenix

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A vacation to Greater Phoenix would not be complete without taking in the area's vibrant arts and culture scene. Performances in many theaters, symphony halls, and cultural centers are year-round draws, and art and history enthusiasts can visit a broad collection of fascinating museums.

The city hosts hundreds of theater and performing arts facilities, such as the Herberger Theater Center, Phoenix Theater Company, and Arizona State University Gammage Auditorium. These venues host a wide range of acts, including Broadway shows, dramas, ballet, opera, and other types of entertainment.

In addition, there are museums in Phoenix to meet practically every taste. A visit to one of Greater Phoenix's world-class museums will provide you with a wealth of information on everything from Southwestern and contemporary art to the most outstanding collection of musical instruments in the world to interactive science exhibits.

The Heard Museum, which is internationally recognized, exhibits the history and art of the region's American Indian tribes. Thus, a massive collection of American Indian artifacts is housed at this museum, including the largest kachina doll exhibit, unlike any other in the country.

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Schools in Phoenix

Schools in Phoenix

Arizona places a substantial value on education, beginning with early childhood education and continuing through post-secondary education. Graduates from local colleges and universities help to keep the economy thriving. Students from preschool through the 12th grade are served by over 200 public school districts and more than 400 charter and private schools in the city. In the Valley of the Sun, you can also find the Mesa Public Schools, the state's most populous school district. Most people in Phoenix, AZ, go to the University of Phoenix-Arizona, Grand Canyon University, and Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix, which all give out a lot of degrees each year.

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Why Phoenix?

Why Phoenix?

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The Valley of the Sun offers a secure and more economical way of life for those buying a second or holiday home, or simply relocating to the area.

Condos for sale in Arizona, particularly in Phoenix, are a terrific alternative to growing property prices. Depending on the circumstances, they may either be a substantial investment or an excellent value retainer. Condos also allow you to "purchase into" some outstanding locations at a lower cost than the cost of a single-family house in the same place would otherwise be. At the same time, they provide services such as gyms, carpools, pedestrian-friendly areas, parks, get-togethers, meet-up activities and promote a more active or neighbor-friendly way of living.

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