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Welcome to Scottsdale! Things To Do
Jeffrey Masich says, Scottsdale is a wonderful place to live and is a Scottsdale resident and REALTOR® that would be pleased to show you around his neighborhood. Jeff is past Chairman of the Villa La Playa Neighborhood Enhancement Committee on McCormick Ranch and active in community affairs. Jeff thinks that Scottsdale is a wonderful place to live and raise a family.
Don't leave Scottsdale without dining at one of the Resort hotels. Have a meal at the wonderful Hyatt Regency at Gainey Ranch and afterwards take a gondola ride on the lake or take a walk or bike ride along the miles of Scottsdale multi-use paths. Hike in the Scottsdale jewel, the McDowell Mountain Preserve. Play some golf and don't forget the Thursday night Art Walks in downtown Scottsdale. Call/Text Jeff 480-242-6500 to see some homes for sale in Scottsdale.
"The WEST's MOST WESTERN Town"
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GOLF, Tourism, beauty
Beginning in the early 1970s with McCormick Ranch, the city saw the development of a series of large-scale, master planned communities within its borders. Others included Scottsdale Ranch, Gainey Ranch, McDowell Mountain Ranch, Desert Mountain and DC Ranch.
A flourishing gallery district grew up in the city’s downtown area, complemented in the 1990s and 2000s by an influx of restaurants, lounges and nightclubs.
Scottsdale has become a study in contrasts, where residents and visitors can ride horseback ride through pristine Arizona desert in the morning and visit one of the country’s best contemporary art museums in the afternoon. It is now counted among the 100 largest cities in the nation, but retains its connection to its small-town, Western heritage.
This summary is from the City of Scottsdale, Arizona home page: www.scottsdaleaz.gov