Houses for Rent in McCormick Ranch, Scottsdale, Phoenix, 85260, 85258, and Nearby Cities

Ranch Realty: Real Estate in Maricopa County, Phoenix and Scottsdale

Originally a resort city, Phoenix has experienced tremendous growth in the past 40 years has become a full-scale urban center. This was largely made possible by the invention of air-conditioning. The Phoenix metropolitan area covers over 1,000 square miles. Downtown, which is fairly modest for a city of its size, features just a few skyscrapers, the capitol building, many government offices, and quite a few high quality museums. Outside of the downtown area are many large, fairly distinct cities, mostly built on a sprawling grid, with some separated by low mountains or rolling hills. These include the large middle-class suburbs of Paradise Valley, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Glendale, upscale Scottsdale and the college City of Tempe which serves as home to the Arizona State University Main Campus.

Ranch Realty has served these Arizona cities since 1974. We are Valley of The Sun residential real estate experts!

Ranch Realty sells, leases and manages residential real estate in Maricopa County, including the zip codes of 85251, 85250, 85257, 85258, 85259, 85260, 85262, 85266, 85253, 85255 and may others.

 Ranch Realty serves the master planned communities of McDowell Mountain Ranch, Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale Ranch, DC Ranch, The Boulders, Troon, Desert Mountain and many more!

THINGS TO DO IN DOWNTOWN PHOENIX, AZ.

When the business day ends, the fun begins in downtown Phoenix.

This is where you’ll find sports arenas, live music, rooftop lounges, museums, theaters, art galleries and more than 200 restaurants. Downtown is also home to the Phoenix Convention Center and Arizona State University’s downtown campus. And it’s all served by one of the newest light rail systems in the nation.

CityScape, a two-block concentration of restaurants, bars, and fashion retailers, is home to an urban-chic bowling alley, a dance club and arcade, a live-music venue with 60 beers on tap, and a comedy theater and supper club with rentable meeting space.

Pro sports are almost always afoot at Footprint Center (home of the Phoenix Suns), or Chase Field (home of the Arizona Diamondbacks), and Roosevelt Row is the place to go for coffee shops, art-house movies and First Friday Art Walks.

Source: https://www.visitphoenix.com/things-to-do/downtown-phoenix/


Phoenix, Arizona: Historical Population

Year

Population

Rank in US

2019

1,680,992

5

2018

1,660,272

5

2017

1,626,078

5

2016

1,615,017

5

2015

1,563,025

6

2014

1,537,058

6

2013

1,513,367

6

2012

1,488,750

6

Scottsdale, Arizona Population History:

Year 

Population

Growth

Growth Rate

2021

5,146,190

98,990

1.92%

2020

5,047,200

99,000

1.96%

2019

4,948,200

98,990

2.00%

2018

4,849,210

90,460

1.87%

2017

4,758,750

85,410

1.79%

2016

4,673,340

94,820

2.03%

2015

4,578,520

89,550

1.96%

2014

4,488,970

85,850

1.91%

2013

4,403,120

73,360

1.67%

2012

4,329,760

76,720

1.77%

2011

4,253,040

48,840

1.15%

2010

4,204,200







**2019 & 2020 population estimated by projecting raw 2018 number**


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