Avondale is just a 15-minute commute from Downtown Phoenix. Located along the Interstate 10 Corridor, Avondale’s freeway development sites are premium locations for new stores, restaurants, hotels, offices, and business parks.
Avondale prides itself as a great community for people to live, work, and play. As one of the area’s fastest-growing communities, it strives to provide open spaces and recreational amenities and attract quality businesses and employers to the area. The current population is estimated at 74,000 residents and is projected to rise to 106,000 by 2020, making Avondale one of the fastest-growing areas in Maricopa County.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors come to Avondale yearly to experience all types of national sporting events. Avondale is home to Phoenix International Raceway (PIR), which hosts two NASCAR races annually, attracting nearly 400,000 enthusiasts and hundreds of race teams, contributing hundreds of millions of dollars to the state and local economies. Avondale is also minutes from the University of Phoenix Stadium, Jobing.com Arena, and many Cactus League stadiums.
There are master-planned communities in Avondale that offer a wide range of home options and community amenities. For example, they are Rancho Santa Fe, Cold Water Springs, Fulton Estates, and Garden Lakes.