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NW is nice but crowded.
NE is nice but expensive. Great cycling and running.
South in Ahwatukee or that area is ripe with athletes, too.
Post this in tri forum and you'll get more info.
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It is a newly developed area, close to wide open spaces and roads if your into cycling. Your next to the highway access to 101 north and 202 east/west that takes you right to Tempe, Scottsdale, Phoenix etc in minutes. A great mall is very close, Chandler Fashion Center and the area is close to the new technology corridor, where Intel, Ebay, Paypal, Orbital and many other great companies are located. Lots of young families in the area, with great schools and neighborhoods. Several new restaurants have just opened up and are awesome.
So, that is my two cents and I really hope this helps. I know exactly how overwhelming it can be when moving to a new city. Been there!
Best of luck to you.
Thanks again everyone & take care!