Distinguished as one of the fastest growing  cities in the entire Southwest, Chandler joins Tempe and Mesa to form the  Tri-City area located southeast of Phoenix and the Salt River. The regional  economy has grown along with the boom in population, moving away from agriculture  toward an economic base of high-tech industries and leading-edge electronics  manufacturing. Widely recognized as a family community, Chandler offers its  residents a small-town atmosphere as well as easy access to the complete array  of cultural, educational, and employment opportunities throughout the  metropolitan area. U.S. Highway 60 or the Superstition Freeway efficiently  links the area with neighboring Mesa and Tempe, as well as greater Phoenix via  the connection to Interstate 10. Arizona State University and Sky Harbor  International Airport are both in close proximity.

In its own right, Chandler already boasts a  full-service hospital, a fine performing arts center, the famous San Marcos  Hotel and Resort, tennis courts, golf courses, a community college, and acres  of lush parks. The recently refurbished downtown district reflects the new  image of this progressive suburb that began as a sleepy farm town with a single  tree-lined plaza. The naturally beautiful terrain and premier recreational opportunities  abound in and near Chandler, from scenic Superstition Mountain vistas and miles  of hiking trails to sparkling canyon lakes. Residents can explore art galleries  and museums or enjoy annual events that include the acclaimed Doo Dah  Festival—and Chandler’s delightfully unique spring Ostrich Festival.

Both residential real estate and multi-family  developments remain attractively affordable in Chandler. Newcomers will  discover a pleasing selection of newer construction in welcoming neighborhoods  that are close to convenient commercial plazas and local parks. The abundance  of reasonably priced single-family homes explains, in part, why this area leads  the entire Valley in building permits. Most new developments tend to be sold  out long before completion.



Ocotillo, Queen Creek Road, Chandler.   Featuring  167 acres of sparkling lakes and water features, the mixed-use community of Ocotillo  offers exceptional residential, commercial, and business opportunities.