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.
Scottsdale has over 12 million square feet of Class A office.
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.
More than 58% of Scottsdale residents have a bachelor's degree or higher.
Out of 105 corporate nerve centers (HQs and regional operations hubs) with 100+ employees in Greater Phoenix, 22 (21%) are located in Scottsdale.
Downtown Scottsdale has a walkability score of 73%.
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