Facts About Mesa, Arizona
With a population over 484,000 is doing nothing but growing- Mesa, AZ like most towns in the east valley started out as a farming community- but if you think about that- farming in the desert? Mesa is one of the oldest towns in Arizona.
Mesa is sprawling and can be broke out to West Mesa and East Mesa- here is a map. It has all the great things most cites do but because of it’s size they have 3 fantastic public library, an ever growing downtown hub, the Superstition Mall a recreational center and many parks, but some with a twist.
Its many parks include: Mesa is all a buzz in spring because of Spring Training with Hohokam Stadium and Wrigleyville home of the Cubs and the A’s, on top of that Usery Mountain Regional Park is great for so many things, hiking, biking, horses trails, camping and picnics. One of many family gathering parks, Jefferson Park- has plenty of open green space, plus children's play areas, ball courts & picnic shelters. 2 world class venues for live performance Mesa Amphitheater and Mesa Arts Center to hear some of the best acts and bands from all over the world.
Mesa has a growing job market and with Falcon field and Boeing nestling in Mesa has become a home for military and some of the best tech companies. Mesa has some great shopping and a very large community of artisans, top of the line entertainment and like so many Arizonans, the people of Mesa truly enjoy outdoor activities. Fortunately, there are abundant opportunities to golf, bike, hike, camp, boat and fish all within 30-45 min away. There is such a great support for this community including physicians, pre-schools, charter schools, a community recreation facility, and Mesa theater for the preforming arts.
Bottom line, Mesa is a solid choice for a relocation from another state or from somewhere local, they have what you are looking for and so much more! Me and My team would be happy to help you find the perfect home-- Complete our custom home search request form and we'll create a home search customized to your needs.