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The sunniest city in the world offers stimulating pastimes and a rich local culture.
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Although surrounded by inhospitable desert, Phoenix is one of the largest cities in the United States, and the nation’s single largest state capital city. The area contains numerous galleries and museums, putting the people in contact with everything from the European masters to Native American craftsmanship to modern originals from Phoenix’s diverse artistic community. The Downtown cultural scene has developed into a top-notch feast of visual and performing arts, with symphony performances, live theater, and the popular First Friday exhibitions. Phoenix is also an excellent city for sports fans, being one of the few cities in America with local franchises in the NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL. Several thousand students attend the two Arizona State University campuses in the city, as well as the over-50,000 who attend the main campus in neighboring Tempe.
Rental rates for apartments average around $1000 per month, but numerous more affordable options are available all over the city, from quiet houses in the suburbs to downtown efficiency apartments. Getting around Phoenix is typically done by car for most residents, but a light rail system makes it easy to get across town without a personal vehicle; Downtown and its surrounding areas are quite walkable as well.
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The Phoenix skyline with mountains in the background
A lone cactus and a desert sunset
Cacti in the morning
The Maricopa County Courthouse
Architecture and palm trees
The beautiful skyline of Phoenix
As of September 2018, the average apartment rent in Phoenix, AZ is $735 for a studio, $886 for one bedroom, $1,034 for two bedrooms, and $1,341 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Phoenix has increased by 6.1% in the past year.
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Living in Phoenix
Arizona Science Center, Orpheum Theater, Gammage Auditorium, Arizona Biltmore Hotel, South Mountain Park, Chase Field, Margaret Hance Park, Westward Ho, Japanese Friendship Garden, City Hall, Phoenix Art Museum, Symphony Hall, Arizona State University campus, Heard Museum, Tonto National Forest
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