By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe will soon break ground on its first master-planned community on reservation land southwest of Tucson.
The tribe’s housing department has been granted $19.5 million by the Arizona Department of Housing Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program to develop phase one of a community called Yaqui Square.
The first 50 single family homes will be built on 40 vacant acres on the southern end of the reservation, west of Camino de Oeste and Hermans Road. Prices will be determined based on the market when the project is complete.