With its captivating Sonoran Desert environment, inspiring views of the majestic McDowell Mountains, and enviable climate, Sagewood is the ideal setting for a senior living community. Our Northeast Phoenix location places us in one of the country’s most progressive metropolitan areas, giving you access to stylish shopping, fine dining, multiple golf courses, exceptional cultural venues, and the fun and entertainment of nearby fashionable Scottsdale.
At Sagewood, you’re close to major interstate highways, just a short hop from Sky Harbor International Airport, and near Mayo Clinic Hospital, which is less than a mile and a half away.
The Sagewood Community Life Services Director plans a complete calendar of cultural, recreational, and social opportunities, from concerts and lectures to special events and excursions, all providing you the chance to experience everything our area has to offer while having fun and making new friends.
Shopping and Dining
You’ll find a wide range of sophisticated and casual dining spots and lots of great shopping opportunities close by. Sagewood resident favorites are High Street, Kierland Commons, Desert Ridge Marketplace and Scottsdale Quarter.
The Phoenix area boasts one of the most vibrant arts and cultural scenes in the country, with the Phoenix Symphony, multiple opera and ballet companies, and a whole host of live theater venues in both Phoenix and Scottsdale. The Phoenix Art Museum is the largest art museum in the Southwest, and the Heard Museum uniquely celebrates the art, culture, and heritage of Native Americans. Plus, directly adjacent to Sagewood’s campus is the one-of-kind Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) which houses a collection of over 6,500 instruments from around the world.
The MIM theatre has a year-round schedule of musical performances and hosts unique special exhibits and performances drawing international attention and attendance.
If it’s natural beauty you’re seeking, Sagewood is the place for you. Our community lies on 85 acres of pristine Sonoran Desert terrain with the rugged McDowell Mountains rising in the distance. Also nearby is Phoenix’s famous Camelback Mountain, named for the resemblance of its shape to the head and hump of a camel.
A quick 25-minute trip into the Sonoran Desert foothills takes you to the neighboring historical towns of Carefree and Cave Creek, both lying in the shadow of Black Mountain and ringed by the Tonto National Forest. Once desert outposts, the towns now serve as popular launching points for hiking and jeep tours, as well as fun, vibrant places to eat and shop. Also in Phoenix, the Desert Botanical Garden features trails inviting you to view its 21,000 plants, including 139 rare, threatened or endangered species.
With the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL, Phoenix Suns of the NBA, and MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix is a major league town. But the fun doesn’t end with spectator sports. The area is also home to some of the most premier golf courses and tennis facilities in the country.