(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fulton Homes.)
By East Valley Tribune
In just the past few weeks, developers have unveiled plans for 2,050 new homes in the Southeast Valley, with 350 of them in Mesa and the rest in a mammoth Fulton Homes planned community in Queen Creek.
In Mesa, Tri Pointe Homes, formerly known as Maracay, said its Cadence at Gateway community will bring 127 residences to Mesa’s Gateway corridor and will soon be offering virtual and model home tours.
And in Eastmark, where 9,000 residents already exist in the 3,200-acre community, Landsea Homes said it has acquired 133 finished lots in Green Court at Eastmark and another 90 in Auto Courts at Eastmark.