A Peek Over The Fence: Maricopa is Building a Bright Future (Volume 9)
MARICOPA, AZ – June 18, 2020
Contractors, developers, and small business owners have been utilizing our existing virtual services to ensure that their projects continue on schedule! Maricopa continues to ensure work gets done while still being responsible and following public health guidelines and instructions. Below is a recap of only some of the exciting single family residential projects happening around our city. Visit the City of Maricopa, Arizona–Government Facebook page for the latest in project updates.
Glennwilde, in the center of Maricopa’s current built environment, has surpassed 95% capacity. Homes in Glennwilde have been snapped up by residents that want to enjoy the community’s heated pools, stocked fishing lake, and numerous other recreational opportunities.
Being adjacent to The Wells commercial center, near John Wayne Parkway, and City Center means Glennwilde residents are never far from local goods or services. There are currently 1,864 built homes with 84 planned, for a total of 1,948.
Sorrento is in the center of city limits, just south of the Rancho Mirage subdivision. Sorrento residents enjoy a slew of typical amenities like walking, jogging, biking trails and children’s playgrounds, but there are also some unique water features and even a splash pad.
Sorrento residents will have easy access to the new library that is currently being constructed at City Center, next to City Hall and the police station. There are currently 57 built homes with 764 planned, for a total of 821.
Santa Rosa Crossing
Santa Rosa Springs sits east of Desert Cedars, northeast of Copper Sky Recreation Complex, and just south of Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway. Pulte Homes is permitting eight unique single family residence plans that will begin to fill in the 351 lots.
This subdivision will fill in a development gap of MCG Highway, populating space between The Wells and the intersection of John Wayne Parkway. Infrastructure work has already taken place in over half of the community, 230 of the existing lots have been improved with 121 lots currently unimproved.
If you want to build a new home in Maricopa Meadows you will need to act fast – as of June 2 there are only 24 lots remaining! With a disc golf course, a workout trail, a lake, and pickelball courts it is easy to see why so many Maricopans have decided to make Maricopa Meadows their home.
Maricopa Meadows is currently the western-most subdivision in Maricopa, sitting west of Alterra. There are currently 1,602 built homes with 24 planned, for a total of 1,626.