The Neighborhood

DISCOVER CASA GRANDE

Easy living in the heart of the desert.

In Casa Grande, conveniently located halfway between Phoenix to the north and Tucson to the south, you're just a heartbeat away from so much to see and do. Visit the Museum of Musical Instruments and the world-renowned Heard Museum in Phoenix. Tour Saguaro National Park, and drive to the summit of Mt. Lemmon in Tucson. And enjoy all the fine restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and performing arts of both.

Closer to home, Casa Grande offers golf, parks, and festivals in its friendly small-town community, not to mention the nearby Casa Grande Ruins National Monument with its preserved "Great House" (Casa Grande) of the Ancient Sonoran Desert People. 

Relax and take in the glorious desert vistas and some of our planet’s most breathtaking sunsets. We think it's the peak of senior living. Come join us at Caliche Senior Living, and don't forget your sunglasses.

outside view of desert rock

History

Casa Grande was established in the late 1800s during the Arizona mining boom and was named after the Hohokam peoples' Casa Grande ("Great House") ruins located 16 miles northeast of town.

During the 20th century, Casa Grande thrived as an agricultural community with cotton, alfalfa, and livestock. The town subsequently gained cachet when it was chosen as the spring training site for the San Francisco Giants professional baseball team in the 1960s.

Most recently, Casa Grande's economy has received a huge boost from the construction of a Lucid Motors electric-vehicle factory, which has brought hundreds of new jobs to the area.

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