Cadence at Gateway’s Phase 1 60 percent sold

Memorial day at Cadence at Gateway. / Photo courtesy Cadence

(Editor’s note: News releases are published as submitted unless there are errors of fact.)

Harvard Investments announced that less than six months after its grand opening, Cadence at Gateway’s Phase One homes are more than 60% sold. Cadence is at 9760 E. Cadence Parkway in Mesa.

Cadence current home builders, according to a release, include:

Lennar, four neighborhoods and 256 homes.

Pulte Homes, three neighborhoods and 193 total homes.

Gehan, one neighborhood and 54 homes.

David Weekly, one neighborhood and 72 homes.

Newport Homes, one neighborhood and 82 homes (expected to be available 2020).

Combined, these five builders offer 52 different floor plans for a variety of individuals and families, from empty nesters to large families, to those buying their first or second home, according to the release.

The community’s elementary school, Silver Valley, opens this summer, as does a new Queen Creek Unified School District high school across the street. Both schools offer academics, athletics, arts and STEM programing and instruction for children and teens, according to the release.

Share this!

Additional Articles

News Categories

Get Our Twice Weekly Newsletter!

* indicates required

Rose Law Group pc values “outrageous client service.” We pride ourselves on hyper-responsiveness to our clients’ needs and an extraordinary record of success in achieving our clients’ goals. We know we get results and our list of outstanding clients speaks to the quality of our work.

Maricopa youth center in the works

By Monica D. Spencer | InMaricopa Teens could have a new hangout next year. Plans to create a youth recreation center are in the works thanks to the Maricopa Community Coalition, an organization of local community

Read More »

NAIOP’s 2024 policy agenda

By AZRE NAIOP Arizona, the state’s leading commercial real estate association, has set its 2024 public policy agenda with a focus on issues that will determine the region’s ability to continue

Read More »