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Demographics

Wild Horse Pass is conveniently located in Phoenix’s East Valley with a current population of nearly 1. 2 million, projected to grow to 1.4 million by 2020. There is a labor force of more than 750,000 in the East Valley comprising 42% of the total workforce in the metro-Phoenix area, making it a daytime employment hub. The communities of the East Valley boast one of the highest educational attainment levels in the nation. More than 40 percent of the population has a college degree, with more than 25 percent holding a bachelor’s degree and 15 percent holding a graduate degree. Additionally, the average cost of living in the East Valley is well below the national average and comparative business markets; 9 percent lower than Salt Lake City, 13 percent lower than in Denver, and 46 percent lower than Los Angeles.

Data from the Council for Community and Economic Research and East Valley Partnership

Demographics

Development Features

  • Shovel ready sites available with utilities in place
  • Part of the Gila River Indian Community
  • 2016 Traffic count of 94,469 at Interstate-10 and Wild Horse Pass Blvd
  • Sites zoned for most commercial uses
  • Highly desired labor force housing in immediate area
  • Existing office space available for immediate occupancy
  • Less than 15 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and ASU Tempe campus
  • Multiple options for meetings, conferences and accommodations
  • Customized community owned utility and telecommunications packages available