Arizona is a great state. We have the Grand Canyon, sunshine 300+ days a year, mountains, lakes and more... there's a whole lot to take in. Arizona also has a lot of cities to live in, and choosing one to will affect a lot in your life.
If you're looking for a place with job opportunities, awesome amenities, great food and all of it within a reasonable distance of the natural beauty our state has to offer, Phoenix is Arizona's best city to live in.
Florida might be nicknamed the Sunshine State, but Arizona is the real champ when it comes to fun in the sun. Now, Phoenix has a reputation for how hot it gets during the summer, and it doesn't disappoint. But the rest of the year, there isn't a better place to be. You can golf year round, and Phoenix has more than its share of courses. Shoveling snow is a non-starter because winters are mild and dry. And with those mostly clear skies year round, Phoenix is also home to some of the best sunsets in the world.
Something for Everyone
Phoenix attracts a lot of people, and as a result Phoenix has a diverse array of amenities. Scottsdale offers great shopping and a raving club scene, while Tempe has a top-notch bar scene just a short walk away from the campus of Arizona State University. Phoenix is also one of the few cities to feature the major four sports, represented by the Diamondbacks, Coyotes, Suns and Cardinals. And with those teams having their own big stadiums, Phoenix is a popular destination for performers to come through on a regular basis.
Being in a city as big as Phoenix, sometimes you crave nature. Fortunately, Phoenix is right in the middle of some of Arizona's best spots. If you enjoy hiking, you don't even have to go to far, as Camelback Mountain can provide a challenge for anyone. The Grand Canyon doesn't disappoint either – it's not one of the Seven Natural Wonders for nothing. Mountains and snow aren't too far either, as Flagstaff is only a two-hour drive away and has skiing and snowboarding.
Everyone's got to eat, and Phoenix has some of the best food around, both of local flavor and a variety of imports. While they're on wheels for now, Paz Cantina offers some of the best tacos while celebrating Arizona's local art. Scottsdale has some of the best restaurants around, from Spanish food at Tapas Papa Frita to Asian-Mexican fusion restaurant Sumo Maya. Arizona even has its own state food, the chimichanga, which is basically a fried burrito. And if you want to indulge in heaven in a bun, the bacon-wrapped Sonoran dog is a must.
Phoenix has a lot to offer, so check out Heers Management properties to see some of the best apartments the Valley of the Sun has to offer and contact us for a tour or more information.