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Scottsdale is mainly known for leisure. Being a wealthy area of Phoenix, it is home to a number of leisure facilities, golf courses, galleries and resorts. There are also high end shopping malls and restaurants too which adds to the attraction. It is estimated that there are over 200 golf courses within Scottsdale alone.
Scottsdale is also famous for the 130 miles of canals that run through the area. Built to provide water for farming, they now provide leisure opportunities as well as hydroelectric power for the city.
Corporate rentals in Scottdale are predominantly furnished apartments with some condos and townhomes. Each offers high quality accommodation that includes all furniture and equipment as well as cable and utilities.
Tourism and leisure are the major industries in Scottsdale but the diverse nature of the city means there are other employment opportunities too. Leisure accounts for almost 40% of all jobs in the city so does tend to dominate.
Some of the biggest employers in Scottsdale include Scottsdale Healthcare, Mayo Clinic, General Dynamics, Scottsdale Unified School District, City of Scottsdale, CVS Caremark, Go Daddy, The Vanguard Group, Troon Golf, Scottsdale Insurance Company, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Yelp, Nationwide Specialty Insurance and McKesson.
Medical centers in Scottsdale include Envita Medical Center, Scottsdale Medical Center, Camelback Medical Centers, HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center, HonorHealth Scottsdale Shea Medical Center and HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center.
Flying into Scottsdale will see you land at either Scottsdale Airport (SCF) which is 20 minutes from Downtown or Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) which is close to Mesa. Both airports handle domestic carriers while international arrivals will likely land at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).
There is no intercity rail or bus links into Scottsdale. Local light rail and buses are provided by Valley Metro and cover areas of central Scottsdale.
Road is where most people arrive, via State Route 101, Local Loop 101. Interstate 10 is just west of the city in Tempe with local routes linking it to Scottsdale.
Downtown Scottsdale has a street trolley that runs every 20 minutes.
Scottsdale is a desert city with a laid back attitude. As its main industry is leisure, there are lots of opportunities to relax and places to eat, shop and play golf. This gives the city a relaxed feel with a good natured vibe.
Neighborhoods in Scottsdale include South Scottsdale, Downtown, Gainey Ranch, McCormick Ranch, Paradise Valley, North Scottsdale, Central Scottsdale and Arcadia.
Things to see and do in Scottsdale include Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana, Scottsdale Historical Museum, Scottsdale Art Walk, Cosanti, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, Rock and Roll Car and Bike Show, Cactus League Game, MacDonald’s Ranch, Desert Storm Hummer Tours and Scottsdale Fashion Square.
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