Hundreds more homes pegged for SE Mesa

By Tom Scanlon | East Valley Tribune

While Apache Junction is making big strides to become “the next Mesa,” southeast Mesa continues to launch one huge project after another.

Buoyed by the success of Eastmark and Cadence, a developer is launching another planned community that could bring another 2,000 people to the city.

This week, the Mesa Planning and Zoning Board approved a preliminary plan for Avalon Crossing, which will bring another 588 homes to District 6 in southeast Mesa.

And by creating a district, the developer will be able to tax Avalon Crossing residents to pay for roads and other infrastructure to be built at Williams Field and South Crismon roads.

The location is just south of Cadence and west of ET Motopark – the planned location for a massive development on former state land being annexed by Apache Junction. Developers Brookfield, who planned and built Eastmark, and D.R. Horton are partnering on the project.

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