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Are Greater Phoenix’s Freeways A Last Gen Usage Of Concrete?

Last Gen Concrete?

While we as luxury real estate agents in Scottsdale LOVE Greater Phoenix’s freeways, do they represent an antiquated model? From the rise of remote work to the popularity of live, work, play, it’s a SOLID question to ask. And we’re not the ones asking it, others are. With that said, anyone who complains about our valley’s awesome transportation system is probably being nitpicky.

With that being said, this topic does give us a good opportunity to make sure Greater Phoenix doesn’t just build homes and roads. Any BOOMING METRO must be careful to include culture, sports, world-class resorts, etc., etc. And while we have MUCH of this handled (go Suns), we DO feel it’s time for the state to bring something TRULY extraordinary to the valley. Not necessarily Disneyland, but SOMETHING. To be more specific, something that would rival LA, NYC, et al. Think SoFi stadium or Broadway.

For now, we’ll continue to enjoy the AWESOME freeway system here in the Valley of the Sun.

Photo of Greater Phoenix freeways.

Greater Phoenix’s Extensive Freeway System Makes Transportation Easy

Tempe’s Real Estate Growth

While Buckeye’s proposed Douglass Ranch has people talking of Arizona ‘Smart Cities’, we do want to point out one of the East Valley’s more progressive cities, Tempe. According to recent statistics, Tempe has experienced an 11.88% growth in population over the past five years. If you’d like to learn more, feel free to…

Also Read: Tempe, Arizona Added To Top-10 Boomtown List!

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