Given the changing landscape in Gilbert, we wanted to share selections for your business or next home. The sleepy farm community continues to grow to become more metropolitan. With access to a million workers within a 30-minute commute, the Gilbert Office of Economic Development continues to focus on developing the remaining land and attracting retail and industry. The nationally A-rated K-12 school system attracts families which means housing continues to be built.
Urban Luxury Options in the Changing Landscape in Gilbert
New developments Verde at Cooley Station and The Tyler at Agritopia each bring their own urban luxury including retail shops, amenities, and activities. Verde offers a green area that will be used for entertainment and socializing along with the retail shops and restaurants. The Tyler is pet-friendly and offers its human residents modern style including stone countertops, built-in desks, Smart Home technology in select units, and is located within walking distance of the retail and restaurants of Agritopia. If you’re looking to stay in Gilbert while having an urban experience, these are the two hottest spots currently.
If you’re considering building a high-end new construction home, check out quality builders like Toll Brothers and Maracay Homes. Not sure where to start? We’d love to talk to you!
Gilbert Business Expansion Continues
There was a time when the changing landscape in Gilbert was just a small town with big ideas. I remember when Rivulon was just an idea – and a darn good one! This mixed-use office park has given businesses the opportunity to move to Gilbert, expanding the East Valley business opportunities past Chandler. This compliments the housing growth in the area which is a win-win for Gilbert.
- Rivulon is Gilbert’s largest scale business park and it’s expanding. New Class A office space is available and filling quickly. They note on their website that there is a new traffic interchange at Lindsay and State Route 202, making it easier to commute to Gilbert.
- Mercy Gilbert, located just off State Route 202 at Val Vista, is one of the major health systems in the area. Their capacity is expanding from 212 to 418 beds with the addition of the new Women’s and Children’s tower in December 2021.
- Banner Gateway has hospitals in Mesa and Gilbert and both are expanding. Banner Gateway Gilbert is expanding by 351,000 square feet, effectively doubling its patient capacity with a new tower for diagnostic and treatment space. It is reported to be completed in 2024. .
Whether you’re seeking a place for your business to call home or for you to call home, the changing landscape in Gilbert has options opening now and in the future.