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Chandler Arizona

Chandler, Arizona is a suburb of Phoenix bordered by Tempe to the northwest, Mesa to the north, Phoenix to the west and by the Gila River Indian Community to the south.

Originally a ranch that was turned into a planned community, Chandler has evolved gradually since its inception in 1912. It is probably best known for being the site of an Intel computer chip factory spread across four sites around town. The city is also known for its annual Ostrich Festival.

Chandler is a calm relaxed areas that borders Phoenix. With around 240,000 permanent residents, it has enough going on to seem lively but is laid back enough to have that small town feel.

Corporate housing in Chandler is made up mainly of furnished apartments with some single family homes spread around the city. Each is provided fully equipped and is maintained ready for your arrival.

Employment in Chandler, AZ

Chandler has a self-sustaining local economy with few huge influences except Intel. The company has four plants in the city that manufactures computer chips and semiconductors.

Other notable employers have been the state along the South Arizona Avenue Corridor. Thanks to a $3 billion investment, the area now has malls, stores, commercial and business premises.

Other major employers in Chandler include Infusionsoft, Microchip, Rogers, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Verizon Wireless, PayPal and Orbital ATK.

Medical centers in Chandler include Chandler Regional Medical CenterBanner Health Center.

Getting around Chandler

Flying into Chandler will see you at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) in East Phoenix. It services most domestic flights and some international carriers. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) handles a couple of domestic carriers but is currently being expanded to carry more traffic.

There is no commuter rail link directly into Chandler although it is served by freight lines run by Union Pacific Railroad.

There are no bus services into the city either but a limited commuter bus service around town.

Your main mode of transport is going to be the car. The Loop 202 cuts through the center of the city while Loop 101, Price Freeway, goes west of the city. I-10 takes you into Phoenix from the west of town.

Chandler city life

Chandler is a small city with friendly residents, relatively good employment and decent prospects. This lends itself well to positivity and it shows. It’s a nice city to work and hang out in.

Neighborhoods of Chandler include Central Chandler, Price Corridor, Downtown, Desert Breeze and South Chandler.

Highlights of Chandler include Chandler Center for the Arts, Zelma Basha Salmeri Gallery of Western American and Native American Art, Historic Downtown Chandler, Lone Butte Casino, Ostrich Festival, Chandler Jazz Festival and Chandler Fashion Center.

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