Sun City Arizona CPA

Sun City was opened January 1, 1960, with five home models, a shopping center, a recreation center, and a golf course. The opening weekend drew 100,000 people, ten times more than expected, and resulted in a Time magazine cover story.   The future retirement community was built on the site of the former ghost town of Marinette.   Developer Del E. Webb expanded Sun City over the years, and his company went on to build other retirement communities in the Sun Belt. Sun City West was built in the late 1970s, Sun City Grand in the late 1990s, Sun City Anthem in 1999, and Sun City Festival in July 2006.

Homes in Sun City Arizona are applauded for the affordability. As expected, homes built in the 1960s and ’70s show their age and lack some of the modern features and floor plans favored by active adults. However, many of the homes have been remodeled and now incorporate designs that include open floor plans, modern kitchens, and desirable finishes. There were over a hundred different floor plans offered by Del Webb throughout the 18-year construction. Although, due to remodeling, many homes no longer retain the original floor plan from when they were built. Buyers can select from ranch style single-family homes, patio homes (duplexes) and garden condos. The many home styles and prices accommodate buyers of almost any budget.

AZ CPA Pro PC offers broad and varied services to Sun City.  Major industries served include auto sales and repair, health care, real estate, construction, and services.

Notable attractions include:
  • Maze of The Lost City
  • Valley of Waves – Sun City Water Park
  • Pilanesberg National Park
  • Kwena Gardens
  • South African Hall of Fame
  • Kamp Kwena
  • Finders Keepers
  • Stimela Train