Goodyear AZ Neighborhoods:
Goodyear Arizona is a city with a rich, rewarding quality of life and tremendous community spirit. This was shown by it winning two prestigious national awards in 2008 – the All-America City and City Livability awards. Goodyear is a city with relaxed modern touch — where you will feel at home right away.
Nestled at the base of the Estrella Mountains, Goodyear is one of the fastest growing cities in the Valley. A short commute west of downtown Phoenix, Goodyear offers all the advantages of a small community, with all the cultural and entertainment resources the metro Phoenix area offers.
Scenic mountain views, desert vistas, wide open spaces, golf courses, lakes, parks and palm-lined streets have already attracted over 64,600 residents who are among the most well off and best educated in the state. Averaging 16 percent growth per year from 2000 to 2006, Goodyear has been one of the fastest growing cities in the country.
Goodyear has 320+ sunny days allowing residents an active lifestyle year-round, and our many beautiful master-planned communities ensure solid home values for all life stages – singles, families, empty nesters and retirees.
The future for Goodyear is exciting. We are the Spring Training home of the Cleveland Indians and the Cincinnati Reds. We are the site of the next super regional mall in the Phoenix area. We are designing a 200-acre downtown from the ground up and planning for a new City Hall and library.
Our airport, rail service, and our location on I-10 between the Loop 101 and 303 freeways makes Goodyear very attractive to major employers like Lockheed Martin. Goodyear is also the site of the new western home of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Amazon.com, and Macy’s Internet Fulfillment Center. Numerous industrial/office parks are already under development.
With about 90 percent of its total 189 square miles of affordable land still available for development; Goodyear is a city of great opportunity!
To learn more about houses for sale in Goodyear, contact our Goodyear real estate specialist Robert Luce.