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Chandler Data & Maps

Chandler is home to nationally recognized employers representing a wide range of industries. Download our Leading Employer List for employment counts and our Business News One-Pager for information on business attraction and expansion projects.

Chandler is an attractive, diverse, educated and growing community. Download our Demographics One-Pager for information on population growth, income levels and our community's workforce. We can also provide custom data reports on request.

There is about 10 million square feet of office space in Chandler, offering everything from corporate campuses to executive office suites.  See below for an interactive virtual tour of some office projects that are at least 20,000 square feet.

There is more than 21 million square feet of industrial space throughout Chandler, with buildings suitable for high-tech manufacturing, assembly, distribution and other uses. See below for an interactive virtual tour of some industrial projects that are at least 20,000 square feet.

Chandler has five designated employment centers: Airpark Area, Downtown Chandler, Price Road Corridor, Uptown Chandler and West Chandler. In these areas, current business activity and land reserved for future employment uses are most concentrated. Download our employment center sheets for area data along with maps showing some of the leading businesses.

Chandler continues to experience population growth and residential developers are delivering new projects to meet demand for housing. Download our housing projects maps for information on projects that are planned, under construction and recently completed.

Visitors to Chandler have many options for overnight accommodations. Click here for an interactive virtual tour of Chandler's existing hotels. See below for a complete listing that includes number of rooms at each and total room count.

VisitChandler.com for things to do, events, restaurants and shopping in Chandler.

Hotel Rooms
Best Western Inn of Chandler 47
Cambria Hotel Phoenix Chandler-Fashion Center 136
Chandler Inn 50
Chandler Southgate Hotel 159
Comfort Inn Chandler 129
Courtyard Phoenix Chandler 156
Courtyard Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 150
Crowne Plaza Resort Phoenix-Chandler Golf Resort 249
Drury Hotels Phoenix-Chandler Fashion Center 210
Element Chandler Fashion Center 107
Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Chandler 64
Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 110
Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 153
Hampton Inn Phoenix Chandler 101
Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Chandler Phoenix 100
Hilton Phoenix Chandler 197
Holiday Inn & Suites Phoenix Chandler 106
Home 2 Suites Phoenix Chandler 126
Homewood Suites Phoenix Chandler 83
Homewood Suites Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 133
Hyatt Place Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 129
Motel 6 Chandler 46
Quality Inn Chandler 70
Redwood Motel 20
Residence Inn Ocotillo 142
Residence Inn Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 102
SpringHill Suites Phoenix Chandler Fashion Center 101
Staybridge Suites Phoenix Chandler 104
Super 8 Chandler Phoenix 73
TownePlace Suites Phoenix Chandler/Fashion Center 109
TOTAL 3,462

 

Regional Comparison Data

Employers in Chandler recruit from a talented and diverse workforce. Within Chandler, educational attainment is well above regional, state and national levels. Beyond Chandler, the Greater Phoenix region offers a workforce of more than 2 million people.
 

High School Graduate
  • 92% Chandler
  • 88% Greater Phoenix
  • 87% Arizona
  • 88% United States

At Least Some College
  • 76% Chandler
  • 65% Greater Phoenix
  • 64% Arizona
  • 61% USA

Bachelor's Degree or Higher
  • 43% Chandler
  • 31% Greater Phoenix
  • 30% Arizona
  • 32% USA


Data Source: ESRI Business Analyst - Educational Attainment Ages 25+ (2018)

Chandler residents earn among the highest wages in the Greater Phoenix area. This buying power creates demand for quality retail establishments and first in market concepts.
 

Median Household Income
  • Gilbert: $88,685
  • Scottsdale: $79,895
  • Chandler: $79,112
  • Mesa: $53,446
  • Phoenix: $52,950
  • Glendale: $52,837
  • Tempe: $51,409

Per Capita Income
  • Scottsdale: $57,371
  • Chandler: $36,301
  • Gilbert: $34,951
  • Tempe: $29,683
  • Mesa: $26,983
  • Phoenix: $26,746
  • Glendale: $24,474


Data Source: ESRI Business Analyst (2018)

The numbers below were published in the 2017 Cost of Living Index, which reports on cost of living differences among more than 300 participating places. The average for all places equals 100, and each participant's index is read as a percentage of the average for all places. As you can see, Greater Phoenix offers a comparatively low cost of living.
 

Greater Phoenix Cost of Living Index
  • Composite Score: 95.1
  • Groceries: 96.1
  • Housing 94.4
  • Utilities: 98.2
  • Transportation 93.3
  • Healthcare 96.2

Greater Phoenix offers a large supply of affordable housing, especially compared to peer markets. The table below shows metro area Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) scores, which is the share of homes sold in that area that are affordable to a family earning the median income.
 

Percent of Homes Affordable for Median Income
(National Affordability Ranking)
  • Washington, DC: 67.2% (125)
  • Phoenix, AZ: 65.8% (136)
  • Salt Lake City, UT: 64.6% (141)
  • Chicago, IL: 60.3% (153)
  • Las Vegas, NV: 58.7% (163)
  • Austin, TX: 57.4% (168)
  • Denver, CO: 51.5% (178)
  • Boston, MA: 44.0% (199)
  • Seattle, WA: 39.1% (205)
  • Portland, OR: 37.1% (207)
  • San Diego, CA: 18.4% (226)
  • San Francisco, CA: 11.1% (232)


Source: National Association of Home Builders 2017 

For questions or additional information, contact:
Odette Moore
Economic Development Research Assistant
480-782-3038