The state of Arizona’s capital city of Phoenix, which at 518 sq. miles, is one of the nation’s largest cities by size. Anchoring the Valley of the Sun, the sub-tropical desert climate of Phoenix is home to the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks and the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. Phoenix hosts numerous annual sports events, PGA tournaments, MLB Cactus League Spring Training and the occasional Super Bowl. The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, Arizona Opera, Ballet Arizona are a few of the many arts organizations, museums and cultural attractions in Phoenix.
Maracay Homes is building new homes for sale in Phoenix in the Navarro Groves and Avance neighborhoods. Centrally located with close proximity to Downtown Phoenix, but also near South Mountain Regional Park, homes are just steps away from 16,000 acres and 51 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking.3
The rapidly growing metropolitan area of Phoenix includes major employers and technology centers as well as multiple campuses of Arizona State University and highly rated K-12 schools. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is one of the national busiest with over 1,000 flights per day and direction connections to over 100 cities.