Isree Maureen Scottsdale waterfront economic development


Scottsdale is one of the most livable cities in the country — a place to learn, work, play and raise a family. With its large employment base, Scottsdale maintains a competitive edge in attracting new retailers, company headquarters, and technology and biomedical industry leaders.

Office Space

Scottsdale contains the largest concentration of Class A office space in the region.


Scottsdale Airport is one of the busiest single-runway facilities in the nation with U.S. Customs on site every day.


Scottsdale is home to world-class golf courses, tennis courts, parks, hiking trails, hotels, restaurants, retail shops and art galleries.


The Scottsdale Commerce Park is home to nearly 2,500 businesses with more than 41,000 jobs.


20% of Arizona’s corporate headquarters are located in Scottsdale.


Downtown Scottsdale has a walkability score of 82%.

Learn more about doing business in Scottsdale.