West Chandler: Where Opportunities Meet

West Chandler is all about access. Bound by Interstate 10 and Loop 202, West Chandler offers quick connections, whether you’re coming to the area or heading to places throughout our region and beyond. Step inside and you’ll find attractive neighborhoods, homegrown shops and restaurants, your favorite national chains, great schools, and a diverse mix of companies providing quality jobs. No matter what you’re looking for, West Chandler places you at the crossroads of opportunity.

 
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The City's western border, Interstate 10, provides businesses visibility from 155,000 vehicles per day.

 

Second Largest Employment Corridor in Chandler

636.00
Total Businesses
29090.00
Total Number of Jobs
7.00
Total Square Miles

West Chandler is our second largest employment corridor which is made up of large manufacturing facilities that are complemented by smaller mixed-use parks and nearby amenities. Aerospace, customer care operations, distribution, electronics and nutraceuticals make up a large portion of the employment mix in the area, further demonstrating Chandler's ability to attract diverse industries.
 

West Chandler Real Estate by the Numbers


For more on our West Chandler Employment Corridor and list of notable employers download the West Chandler Employment Brochure.

West Chandler Employment Brochure

 

Drive Time Demographics

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Date Source: ESRI Business Analyst (2021)

In West Chandler, top retailers and restaurants occupy more than 1 million square feet of space at the Chandler Pavilions/Casa Paloma centers. These businesses not only serve nearby residents and businesses but are also a destination for the southeastern metropolitan area. We encourage you to Choose Chandler, and check out some of the many fun things to do and places to try in the West Chandler area.
 

Things to Do and Places to Try

 

Learn more about things to do in and around the City of Chandler at visitchandler.com

Completion of the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway project in 2019 has enhanced access to the western part of the metropolitan area, enabling employers to tap into an even larger workforce. Fast forward to today, ADOT is beginning construction on the I-10 Broadway Curve which will reconstruct an 11-mile section of the freeway, which is one of the busiest in Arizona.

Construction specific to Chandler, Arizona:

  • Widening I-10 to six general-purpose lanes and two high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes in each direction between US 60 (Superstition Freeway) and I-17, and adding a fourth general-purpose lane in each direction between Ray Road and US 60. You can learn more about this project by visiting, I-10 Broadway Curve

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