WLH here. Arizona’s East Valley is witnessing a surge of investments and development, presenting an optimistic outlook for its economic expansion. From innovation companies to billion-dollar projects poised to introduce thousands of jobs, in today’s LUXE BLOG we go over several big-scale East Valley endeavors.
Furthermore, Gilbert is transforming its Heritage District into an East Valley hub for entertainment and dining. Latest land acquisitions and developmental designs suggest a multifaceted growth approach.
With tech giants like Apple, Amazon, and Meta Platforms Inc. setting up shop, Mesa’s strategic efforts are yielding results. Additionally, the city’s infrastructure and resource plans are laying the groundwork for a sustainable future.
Capitalizing on its state trust land, Queen Creek’s strategic approach emphasizes growth and robust transportation infrastructures. A surge in economic activities and job openings is on the horizon.
Focused on its lakeside region, Tempe is on the brink of a major transformation. With several high-value projects in the pipeline, the city’s skyline is set for a makeover. Addressing housing concerns, mixed-use ventures are in the works to introduce more rental units.
Beyond Intel, Chandler has been diversifying its business portfolio, with recent entrants like Scheels at the Chandler Fashion Center Mall. With most urban spaces already developed, the city is eyeing redevelopment avenues, notably the Uptown Chandler Business District.
Let’s keep it simple. The above developments of Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Queen Creek, and Chandler hint at the future economic potential of the East Valley. They also show Arizona’s commitment to community enrichment. The trajectory for these municipalities is promising. And that is good for the entirety of ‘The Valley’. If you’d like to learn more about living in Arizona, feel free to reach out. We’ve been deep in the trenches for a LONG time. Until next time, WLH signing off.