Nation’s Largest Homebuilder Launches West Valley Active Adult Community

Article originally posted on Phoenix Business Journal on January 14, 2020

Lennar Corp. plans on investing about $600 million in Surprise, where the Miami-based company is looking to build about 2,000 entry-level to luxury homes.

Of those homes at its Asante community, about 1,500 will be in Lennar’s new active adult community called Heritage at Asante.

With four model homes nearly completed, sales began last week, said Alan Jones, president of Lennar’s Arizona division. Prices range from $234,990 to $379,900 for those active-adult homes ranging from 1,238 to 2,559 square feet.

By May, $10 million in amenities will be completed, including a community center, fitness center, pickelball and bocce courts, resort pool, two dog parks and a nine-hole putting course.

The community center and amenities are expected to be finished before the first residents move into the community, he said.

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Alan Jones, president of Lennar Corp.’s Arizona division.

Alan Jones, president of Lennar Corp.'s Arizona division.
A resort pool is part of the plans for Heritage at Asante.
A resort pool is part of the plans for Heritage at Asante.