New neighborhoods in the West Valley
With Maricopa County one of the fastest growing counties in the nation, more homes and apartments are going to be needed in the next decade.
Out in the West Valley, where officials project most of the population growth over the next 10 years, housing units are coming to McDowell Road and Bullard Avenue. Peoria is getting ready to add homes in the Vistancia area and near 83rd and Olive avenues.
Toll Brothers finally expanded the housing market in Surprise with its master-planned community Sterling Grove west of Loop 303 between Peoria Avenue and Cactus Road. Surprise may also see more homes in the northwest part of the city near Buckeye’s Sun City Festival. Also, active adult neighborhood Heritage at Asante hosted a grand opening Feb. 29 and will feature 1,500 homes northeast of Grand and 163rd avenues.
The Buckeye area is expected to see massive growth with the Douglas Ranch master-planned community — the “City of the Future” west of White Tank Mountains — projected to house about 300,000 residents.
And in Avondale, a master-planned community is in the works southwest of 99th Avenue and Indian School Road.
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