Maricopa County grew by 81,360 residents between July 1, 2015 and July 1, 2016, the largest population gain in the nation. Harris County, Texas, had the second-largest net migration, growing by 56,587 people over the same time period.
The city of Phoenix added approximately 32,113 residents over the same time… Read More
Phoenix’s population rose from nearly 4.2 million to more than 4.6 million from 2010 to 2016 based on new population estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Metro Phoenix averaged a total net increase of over 1,436 persons per week over that time period.
According to INRIX Global Traffic Scorecard, traffic congestion cost drivers in the United States nearly $300 billion in 2016, or an average of $1,400 per driver. Phoenix and Detroit tied for the lowest cost… Read More
Big deals from major players, new economic and regulatory policy, and strategic cloud adoption are changing the game for data centers—from pricing models to location selection tactics, and everything in between. View the slideshow below to learn the top five data center trends to watch for in 2017.
Click here to read more about Phoenix and U.S. data center sector trends in JLL’s 2017 Data Center Perspective.
According to the BLS, total non-farm employment in Metro Phoenix reached 1,964,800 payrolls in February 2016, representing an annualized increase of 67,000 jobs or 3.5 percent. Meanwhile, unemployment continues to improve, decreasing to 4.6 percent,… Read More
In a study of America’s fastest-growing cities, Phoenix ranked #15 among the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas. The rankings were based on estimated population growth, job growth, and gross metropolitan product growth.
After recording a 1.95 percent population growth rate in 2015, Phoenix is expected to grow 2.47 percent in 2016 alone.… Read More