Construction will break ground on Element at Eastmark for a 135 single-family detached neighborhood. Opening and sales is planned to start this summer.
Spacious two-story homes designed in Mediterranean and Contemporary Farmhouses with an area ranging from 1,559 to 1,965 sq. ft. will be built in Element. It will consist of up to 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and 2 garages will be the ideal style of the homes.
Christopher Cady, Arizona Division President for NEW HOME said, “Element will be one of the most attainably priced offerings within Eastmark, so we think it is well positioned to attract buyers who are looking to be part of a vibrant community close to jobs with an abundance of family-friendly activities.”
He also added, “We’re excited to be a part of Eastmark and look forward to supporting the community’s standing as one of the top selling master plans, not only in Arizona, but the entire nation.”
NEW HOME has been selling townhomes and flats across three residential collections since its initial debut of model homes in late May 2020 at Mosaic in Gilbert.
Leonard Miller, President and Chief Executive Officer for NEW HOME said, “Establishing leading design in every market we build is a key component of the NEW HOME Credo. it starts with the careful selection of the land we purchase. Then we partner with the top architects and design firms to create the most thoughtful homes for each community we build.
The company is a next-generation homebuilder focused on the design, construction, and sale of innovative and consumer-driven homes in major metropolitan areas in California, Arizona, and Colorado, including coastal Southern California, the San Francisco Bay area, metro Sacramento, Phoenix, and Denver.
New Home has also been named 2019 Builder of the Year by Professional Builder and was recognized for providing the Best Overall Customer Experience in North America in the Eliant Homebuyers’ Choice Awards. They have won hundreds of awards in the homebuilding industry and is expected to be excellent in planning and designing for its first ever project in Mesa.