West Valley gaining momentum as a hotbed of housing activity
By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal
Three homebuilders have signed contracts to be the first to build on the last remaining chunk of land at Vistancia, a $350 million master-planned community in Peoria.
One of those homebuilders — Atlanta-based Pulte Homes — will debut at Vistancia, while the other two — Houston-based David Weekley Homes and Scottsdale-based Richmond American Homes — have already built homes within Vistancia’s 7,100-acre community, said Mark Hammons, vice president and general manager for Vistancia.
Dallas-based Stratford Land, the developer of Vistancia, is investing about $200 million for the remaining parcel of land at Vistancia, which covers 3,450 acres.