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Located in the East Valley, the city of Chandler is known for its exciting amenities, access to outdoor recreation, and a diverse economy. It is divided into several districts: the Price Road Corridor, West Chandler, North Chandler, the Chandler Airpark area, and the downtown area south of Chandler Boulevard.

Chandler is surrounded by freeways, making it easy for residents and visitors to drive in and out of the city. Cutting right through the city are Arizona State Routes 87, 202, and a little of 101.

History of Chandler
The city of Chandler was named after Dr. Alexander John Chandler, Arizona's first mayor and veterinary surgeon. He moved to the area in 1891, subdivided his 18,000 acres of ranch land, then put them up for sale.

After the number of Chandler residents exceeded 1,000, the town was incorporated in 1920. But it was only on May 24, 1954, when the town of Chandler officially became a city.

Agriculture was a major industry in Chandler, with cotton, alfalfa, and grains as its top crops. However, the industry shifted in the 1980s and high tech companies began to dominate the economic sphere. Today, global tech companies such as Intel Corporation have offices and campuses here.

Real Estate in Chandler
Real estate properties in Chandler comprise single-family homes, apartments, and townhouses. You can find a whole range of homes from those built in the 1970s and 1980s that are well-maintained to new constructions.

Notable neighborhoods in Chandler include:

    -Fulton Ranch
    -Desert Breeze
    -Geneva Estates
    -Carino Estates
    -Fox Crossing

Countryside Estates

Lifestyle and Attractions in Chandler
- Discover unique art, food, culture, and entertainment in Downtown Chandler. Here, you will find the City Hall, the world-renowned Chandler Center for the Arts, and the popular improv comedy club, ImprovMANIA. Downtown Chandler also has a weekly farmers' market that sells locally grown ingredients, freshly baked goods, and artisan food.

- You can also find several great shopping options in Chandler. The city's main mall is the Chandler Fashion Center Mall, which features high-end fashion brands such as Coach, Michael Kors, and Vera Bradley. Other shopping centers in and around the city are The Shoppes at Casa Paloma in West Chandler, Downtown Shopping & Souvenirs in Downtown Chandler, and Phoenix Premium Outlets.

- Chandler also hosts many fun and exciting events throughout the year such as the nationally-renowned Ostrich Festival, the monthly Chandler ArtWalk, and the much-awaited 4th of July celebration. The Ostrich Festival which started in 1988 features carnival rides, musical performances, food and beverage vendors, and of course ostriches.


Year-round sun, luxurious resorts, an extensive outdoor scene - Welcome to Phoenix, Arizona. Known as the 'Valley of the Sun,' this bustling city is blooming with growth and innovation. Chandler is the ideal area for those looking for a great place to relocate.

Whether you're into any of the four major professional sports leagues, driving directions that finally make sense, lower cost of living, an average of 330 days of sunshine every year or arguably the best Mexican food north of the border, Chandler has you covered!

Live the Life You've Always Imagined in Chandler

Live the Life You've Always Imagined In Chandler

The Phoenix metro area is the nation's fifth-most populous city is one of the best areas to live or retire in the country due to its fantastic outdoor recreation, fabulous weather, ample job opportunities at five Fortune 500 companies and beyond, and incredible art and architecture.

Samuel Johnson once wrote "To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition". This expression is true for many Americans. Of all the components that make up a happy life, your home is one of, if not the most important.
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