Named by the New York Times as “The Beverly Hills of the Desert” and by Travel Channel as one of the most luxurious destinations in the nation, Scottsdale is dubbed America’s “Most Livable City” has become internationally recognized and regarded as a premiere tourist destination.
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The city is loosely divided into four ever-changing areas: Old Town/South Scottsdale, Downtown Scottsdale/Civic Center/Fashion Square, Central Scottsdale, and North Scottsdale. However, Scottsdale spans a huge area, running approx. 31 miles from north to south and 11.4 miles at it’s widest point. It encompasses 184 square miles and is Arizona’s 6th largest city.
Scottsdale also boasts the largest number of destinations spas, per capita, of any city in the US. If you’ve ever vacationed at resorts like The Four Seasons at Troon North, The Fairmont Princess Hotel, The Phoenician, you’d understand what true spa luxury really is. Scottsdale also has some of the areas best shopping and dining with absolutely no shortage of restaurants in town to try.
Scottsdale Waterfront Towers & Shops along the canal
Scottsdale zip codes include:
Old Town Scottsdale, South Scottsdale- 85251
Simply “85254” (Scottsdale Address, Paradise Valley schools & Phoenix taxes)- 85254
McDowell Mountain Ranch, DC Ranch, Grayhawk, Pinnacle Peak- 85255
South Scottsdale- 85257
McCormick Ranch, Scottsdale Ranch- 85258
East Scottsdale/ Shea Corridor (Ancala, Scottsdale Mountain) – 85259
The “Heart of Scottsdale”, Cactus Corridor (Cactus Acres, Sweetwater Ranch)- 85260
Desert Highlands, Troon Highlands, Troon North, Desert Mountain, Rio Verde- 85262
Sincuidados, Saguaro Highlands, Saguaro Estates- 85266