Anthem Relocation Guide
Anthem, Arizona is a census-designated place located in Maricopa County, Arizona, within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 Census, Anthem’s population was 21,700, and has grown to an estimated population of 33.556 as of October 2013.
Anthem was developed by Del Webb in 1999 as a master-planned community in the foothills approximately 34 miles north of downtown Phoenix. Anthem has been described as one of the best places to raise a family by Parenting magazine and one of the best family friendly neighborhoods in the Phoenix area by Phoenix Magazine.
Although Anthem is currently an unincorporated community, the City of Phoenix has formal plans in place to annex the area by 2020, which at that time will make Anthem part of the City of Phoenix.
Anthem is built on 5,856 acres (9.1 sq mi) at the base of Daisy Mountain and Gavilan Peak. The community’s elevation ranges from 1,760 feet to 2,428 feet, with an average elevation of 1,863 feet. Approximately 36 percent of the community is preserved as open space, including 291 acres of open hillside.
As of October 2013, Anthem real estate had a median value of $304,400 up 12.6% from the year before. Anthem also provides a unique collection of businesses, everything from one-of-a-kind boutiques to chain retailers.
Outlets at Anthem is a must see when heading north from the valley! Conveniently located off I-17, just 15 minutes north of the loop 101. Outlets at Anthem offers pedestrian friendly and pet friendly open air shopping of name brand fashions to residents and visitors alike. Outlets at Anthem is always high on the itinerary with more than 60 designer brand shops.
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