How lucky are you? To now live in one of the nicest places in the world, a place where so many world travelers come to visit!
Whether you’ve moved from Mesa, the San Francisco Bay Area or from across the Pacific Ocean, settling into a new area can be both exciting and overwhelming. Within the first few months, you will likely be establishing new routines, getting to know local hotspots, looking for local professionals and influencers, and exploring your new community’s vast resources. With so many nuances and so much on your plate from this new change in your life, it can be daunting to think about everything you need to do to get used to your new surroundings.
Enter BeLOCAL, your local resident’s recommendation guide for North Scottsdale. In your hands, you hold the best of the best of everything the local community has to offer.
From dining to hiking and shopping, this is your locals’ guide to what you need to know and what you want to know about your new community. With so much to offer, you’ll need a guide to truly understand the area from current residents’ points of view.
The goal of this publication is to bring to light many of the countless opportunities of living in North Scottsdale from hiking in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, golfing at the TPC Scottsdale to shopping/dining at Scottsdale Quarter and Kierland Commons.
BeLocal North Scottsdale gives you the best of the best, written by residents who are experts at their crafts and influencers in their fields. All of the content in this publication came from fellow area residents who answered a survey of their favorite places to eat, shop, and visit. These things aren’t always easy to figure out. I’ve lived in the area for 25 years now and was surprised by how much I learned putting together BeLocal! We hope this publication helps you transition
more smoothly, and you find yourself more quickly acclimated to your new community. With current residents’ assistance, you’ll be able to find the hidden gems that sometimes take years to discover!
We hope you enjoy all that life has to offer in our area. I hope to hear from you and I would love to meet for a cup of coffee to get your feedback on this publication. I can be reached by using the info below.
About The Cover:
Standing tall on the southeast corner on Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and Scottsdale Road is an aqua blue 125-foot steel and glass spire that is an iconic landmark an in the exact epicenter of our North Scottsdale area.
The design is an offshoot created by Wright apprentice Roy Arnold. The original design was connected to be part of the Arizona State Capitol building project that never got off the ground in 1954.