Welcome to Arizona’s new West—a region ripe with sweeping vistas, traditional charm and romantic tales of chivalry as well as the cosmopolitan and chic touches of the urban modern world. Arizona’s West Valley is, without question, a little bit of everything. Come see how we can be everything to you!
Avondale is a vibrant city, and premier destination for NASCAR racing, education, arts, wildlife watching, festivals, shopping, dining, recreation and family living.
Founded in 1888 as a 440-acre town, Buckeye has currently grown to 660 square miles with over 30 master-planned communities in some stage of development.
Located in the heart of the rapidly growing West Valley, the community has grown from a small town dependent on agriculture to a diverse urban economy.
This All-America City celebrates the All- American pastimes of baseball and golf in a community of unsurpassed quality.
A many faceted jewel in the Southwest Valley, the City of Litchfield Park has been named by Phoenix Magazine as one of the “10 Best Places to Live in Arizona”.
Still a visionary community, the City of Peoria was established in the 1880s after a settler’s vision.
SUN CITY WEST
Founded in 1960, Sun City is a master-planned retirement community built by the Del Webb Corporation.
After its success with Sun City, Del Webb moved four miles down the road and launched Sun City West, a second community mirroring the lifestyle enjoyed by those in Sun City.
In Surprise, you are surrounded by friendly people who love connecting with great outdoor recreation while building homes and families in a clean, safe city of beautiful new neighborhoods.
Tolleson, with its easy access to I-10 and Loop 101 is ideally located for residents who would like to partake of the Valley’s entertainment scene.
When visitors across the West Valley want a real, authentic taste of the Wild West, they visit the Town of Wickenburg.
Youngtown was the first full fledged retirement community in the country and the first to restrict residency to those 59 and older, but in 1998 was opened to residents of all ages.