COMMUNITIES IN THE SOUTHEAST VALLEY

Val Vista Lakes has 24 residential subdivisions, of which 7 are gated communities. They offer both lakefront and off lake homes, condominiums to good quality custom homes. The top subdivision is known as West Lake Estates, which Arizona Central listed as one of the most affluent subdivisions in the southeast Valley.
VAL VISTA LAKES
Val Vista Lakes has 24 residential subdivisions, of which 7 are gated communities. They offer both lakefront and off lake homes, condominiums to good quality custom homes... Click Here to know more.
Eastmark is a 3200 acre (5 square miles) mixed use community.  Recreation is available at its 100 acre Great Park. The community is connected by major freeways with 202/101, SR-24 and I-60 3 miles away.  The community provides a 3000 sf community pool with toddler play pool, community center, Orange Monster Play Structure, splash Park and event pavilion.  When completed, there will be 15,000 residential units.  HOA fees are approximately $123/month. 
Commercial space in Eastmark planned community includes a total of 20 million square feet of  non-residential property. The Gateway Employment Corridor has the most room for expansion of any of the metropolitan’s areas employment corridors, with approximately 1000 acres of undeveloped commercial property, including retail, aerospace and aviation firms.  Currently nearby technology employers include Apple (1700 jobs), Boeing and Intel.  When Eastmark is completed there will also be 6000 hotel rooms. 
The airport served 1.5 million passengers last year with 4 carriers.
Education includes Basis Mesa Sequoia Pathfinder, ASU Polytechnic Institute and seven other colleges and technical Institutes. 
Demographics: The median age is 33.8%. 33% have a Bachelor’s Degree and the Median Household Income is $81,313.
EASTMARK
Eastmark is a 3200 acre  mixed use community.  Recreation is available at its 100 acre Great Park,  a 3000 sf community pool with toddler play pool, community center...  Click Here to know more.
Cadence is a new community in the Gateway area at Ellsworth and Ray. It will be a 464 walkable community. The community will have “The Square”, a community center with a resort-style pool with slides and meeting areas, event center, tennis, bocce courts, garden area, and indoor and outdoor fitness centers, parks and dog park.  Monthly activities are planned at the center.  HOA fees are approximately $125/Month. 
Queen Creek Unified School District.  Queen Creek school district has continually earned A or B ratings. American Basis and Pathfinder charter schools are also nearby. 
Stores are currently being built nearby. There are 10 houses of Worship within a 5 mile radius. 
There are 5 builders offering homes in the area. 
Homes start in the upper $200,000’s in both communities.
CADENCE
Cadence is a new community in the Gateway area at Ellsworth and Ray. The community will have “The Square”, a community center with a resort-style... Click Here to know more.

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