By Maria Polletta for The Arizona Republic
Plans for a senior-living development at Mesa’s Eastmark are picking up speed, with about 900 homes expected to be move-in ready by early 2015.
The AV Homes 55-plus age-restricted community, which has yet to be named, will span about 310 acres of the 5-square-mile, mixed-use community.
Eastmark opened its first residential phase June 1 that will include resort, employment, recreation and commercial elements in addition to homes, said Karen Murray, vice president of sales and marketing for AV Homes.
Amenities have yet to be finalized, and everything from swimming pools and fitness facilities to a walking- and jogging-trail system is being considered.
AV Homes spent about $18.6 million to purchase the property.
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