One of Arizona’s largest cities and one of  the nation’s fastest growing communities, Mesa has been recognized as one of  the top 100 cities in America. The city combines a pleasing mix of tranquil  neighborhoods, attractive retirement communities, and a healthy economy that  provides exceptional local employment opportunities. The many companies that  call Mesa home include several of the Fortune 500 as well as smaller  enterprises. Major medical centers, regional shopping malls, and a highly  developed service sector combine with a bustling central district. The  development of first-rate cultural and recreational centers and programs  combine with excellent freeway access to enhance the quality of life. The city  is constantly improving its services and amenities, including the spectacular  new Mesa Arts Center with its multiple performance and event spaces—celebrated  as the valley’s largest cultural complex.

Distinguished as the largest of Maricopa  County’s 10 community college centers, the attractive campus for Mesa Community  College complements the area’s exceptional public school system. The vast  campus for Arizona State University is situated just a few miles from home in  neighboring Tempe. Local recreational facilities and programs are highly  developed and expertly managed throughout the city, offering quality leisure  activities for all ages and interests. Mesa is also the chosen winter home of  the Chicago Cubs baseball team, and the site of winter training for the San  Diego Padres and the Anaheim Angels baseball teams. Available within an hour’s  drive from the city, scenic canyon lakes in the Superstition Mountains are  available for boating, sailing, swimming, and water sports.

Housing options in Mesa are abundant,  diverse, and affordable—advantages that often attract newcomers as well as  those who live in other parts of the Valley of the Sun. Modest but well-kept  single-family homes nestled in well-established family neighborhoods contrast  with handsome new construction in upscale residential villages that offer  luxurious recreational amenities. With its highly developed resources and  reputation for serenity and quality of life, Mesa has long attracted seasonal  visitors and retirees in addition to families, young professionals, and  executives.



Augusta Ranch, Baseline & Ellsworth Roads, Mesa.  Recreational  parks, a lush golf course, and linking pedestrian paths complement the peaceful  community environment for single-family and multi-family residences.

Dobson Ranch, South Dobson Road, Mesa.   Waterfront  properties crown the diverse home sites surrounded by vast recreational amenities  in this established but popular East Valley community.

Las Sendas, Thomas & Power Roads, Mesa.  Set  against the scenic foothills of East Mesa, this 4,200-acre community offers  upscale properties surrounding the spectacular golf course designed by Robert  Trent Jones, Jr.

Red Mountain Ranch, East Teton, Mesa.   Recreational  amenities include the country club with 18-hole Pete Dye-designed golf course,  tennis courts, Olympic pool, fitness center, and clubhouse.

Sunland Springs Village, South Springwood Boulevard, Mesa.   Active-adult  living in a recreational golf-course community that provides Superstition  Mountain views includes a wide selection of housing that ranges from  single-family to twins and condominiums.