Occupying just over 16.5 square miles between Phoenix and Scottsdale, Paradise Valley is home to approximately 13,000 residents. Know for its 1-5 acre scenic lots and spectacular mountainside homes, Paradise Valley retains it’s small-town feel while enjoying close proximity to many of the Valley’s best golf courses, luxury shopping, and vibrant restaurant scene.
The 85th largest city in the U.S. and named after founder Winfield Scott, Scottsdale covers nearly 185 square miles and just over a quarter of a million residents. The New York Times described downtown Scottsdale as “a desert version of Miami‘s South Beach” and as having “plenty of late-night partying and a buzzing hotel scene.” With world-class shopping and restaurants, Scottsdale offers the best of modern urban properties, resort-style enclaves, distinctive homes surrounded by the beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
Built on former citrus groves, Arcadia is bounded from 44th Street to 68th Street and Camelback Road to the canal. Its large lots are known for well-irrigated, mature landscaping featuring orange, lemon, and grapefruit trees as a nod to the neighborhood’s past. Ideally located, Arcadia enjoys the renowned shopping and restaurants of neighboring Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, and The Biltmore area as well as hiking destinations such as Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak.
The Biltmore area is an upscale Phoenix neighborhood and financial district anchored at the intersection of 24th Street and Camelback Road. The area is named after the nearby Arizona Biltmore Hotel, which opened in 1929. The Resort is surrounded by two 18-hole championship golf courses along with some of the most exclusive homes in the Valley. The area offers upscale shopping and dining, mid-rise residential buildings and gated neighborhoods.