Located in Maricopa County, Arizona, Chandler is a large suburban area located outside of Phoenix. The city has a population of 239,610, and Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert and Phoenix border it along with the Gila River Indian Community. It is home to a large number of families, and the age range of its populous is quite diverse. There are a variety of neighborhoods that provide a wide selection of housing.
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Dr. Alexander Chandler first settled the town in 1891, and by 1913 the town grew substantially with the establishment of the town center. The state's first golf resort, the Hotel San Marcos was one of the central features of the time. Up until the 1980s, the population growth remained about the same. However, with the 80s tech surge, Chandler saw the arrival of computer and communication corporations including Microchip, Intel and Motorola. In the past couple decades, the city has been recognized as one of the quickest growing municipalities in the United States. Throughout recent growth, the city has not forgotten its heritage, and the historic downtown remains a prominent fixture.
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