While all of Avondale offers growth and opportunity, three districts push their way to the forefront. The Health-Tech Corridor, The BLVD and Historic Avondale provide trend-setting options and offer a specialized destination that works best for your business.
The Avondale Health Tech Corridor is a growing center for specialty healthcare and technology organizations in the Greater Phoenix region.
Avondale offers competitive incentive programs for new commercial developments that provide high-quality jobs in the Avondale Health-Tech Corridor.
Due to our community’s geographic advantage, companies that locate in Avondale enjoy a skilled labor force of over 40,900 healthcare and 11,700 technology workers, within a 25-minute commute.
*Source, EMSI 2019
AKOS Telemedicine, Copper Springs Hospital, Phoenix Children’s Southwest Specialty and Urgent Care Center, the Arizona Center for Cancer Care, Integrated Medical Services, and many others have made significant investment in Avondale’s Heath-Tech Corridor.
Copper Springs Hospital was incredibly impressed with the caliber, quantity and skill level of the employees that are available within a short drive of the Avondale location. One of the main reasons we selected Avondale was because of its robust talent pipeline, many used to a lengthy commute, and our employees often thank us for bringing them home to work, which makes us even more proud to have located in Avondale.”
Avondale is home to three historic areas, each with its own unique characteristics
and redevelopment opportunities. Contact one of our experts if you are interested
in learning more about development opportunities in Historic Avondale.
The largest of the City’s revitalization areas is rich in history and culture. In fact, you don’t need to go very far to find someone in Historic Avondale ready to tell you a story of the old days. Western Avenue, often referred to as "Old Town", is the heart of the Historic Avondale District and is the city's original downtown
The Cashion Neighborhood was founded in 1945 and offers primarily residential neighborhoods with commercial and development opportunities along its northern border, the well-traveled Buckeye Road Corridor (MC 85). It’s home to the Littleton Elementary School District Administrative Offices and a handful of small businesses.
The Las Ligas and Rio Vista neighborhoods are predominantly residential neighborhoods dating back to the 1940s and 50s. The rural feel complements the large amount of agriculture surrounding the area, particularly cattle lots and hay production. Some commercial development opportunities are found in the northeast corner of the area at Lower Buckeye Road and El Mirage Road.
The BLVD will be the West Valley's newest mixed-use destination and will offer
pedestrian oriented districts, generous landscaping, boutique shops, and vibrant
dining options, as well as parks and plazas for family and friends to gather.