Come build cities for people, not cars.

As sprawl became commonplace in our cities, we felt less connected to each other. We normalized hour-long commutes, even as private vehicle ownership became the largest source of carbon emission pollution.

Our cities blend technology, real estate, and culture to reimagine our daily lives. Come help us make our residents happier, healthier, and more productive in the years they spend with us and the moments they spend together.

Our Values

Work as a team

Be inclusive, drawing on the strengths of people who bring a different perspective.

Find ways to work together that overcome disciplinary and geographic separations.

Act from ownership

Rule 0, then iterate

Design for humans

Create and capture value

Our Team

Our team works across technology, community, and real estate to build the city we want to live in. Expect your days to be engaging, intense and potentially end in salsa dancing lessons.

Team photo on the plaza at Little Cholla market
Working together on a couch in the office
On-site in front of a colorful apartment door and wearing construction gear
Team photo with ebike and dog in cargo bike in the office parklet
People holding signs saying "Open for business to everyone" at Culdesac's signing of the Unity Pledge
Collaborating around a table in the Culdesac lounge



Family Planning Benefits

Support and grow your family with care


Remote Work Stipend

Do your best work, anywhere


Mobility Stipend

Be part of the micro-mobility revolution


Flexible Vacation

Recharge with those you love most


Healthcare & Financial Planning

Medical, dental, and vision
Paid parental leave
Health savings account (HSA)


Living Discounts

Live at Culdesac Tempe

Who We're Looking For



We are proud to have our Tempe headquarters as well as a distributed team presence across the U.S.

We do not currently have any open roles. Please check back soon and follow us on LinkedIn.

We invite you to stay connected with us through our social media for the latest Culdesac news.

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Old-school style postcard illustration saying 'Car-Free Greetings from Arizona'
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The Capital of Sprawl Gets a Radically Car-Free Neighborhood

By Connor Dougherty - October 31, 2020

The development, Culdesac Tempe, is a 17-acre lot just across the Salt River from Phoenix. Currently a mess of dust and heavy equipment, the site will eventually feature 761 apartments, 16,000 square feet of retail, 1,000 residents β€” and exactly zero places for them to park.

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Wall Street Journal logo

New Arizona Development Bans Residents From Bringing Cars

By Laura Kusisto
November 19, 2019

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Introducing Culdesac: Building car-free neighborhoods from scratch

By Ryan Johnson and Jeff Berens
November 19, 2019

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'People are happier in a walkable neighborhood': the US community that banned cars

By Oliver Milman
October 11, 2023

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