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.