Eastmark, the first new large-scale integrated community to launch in the Phoenix area in 10 years, will hold a grand opening from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 1 to showcase its first phase of residential homes and the first phase of the Eastmark Great Park.
Located in the East Valley, Eastmark is a vibrant new community focused on creating a connected life for its residents, employers and visitors. DMB Associates is planning a day of festivities that will include music throughout the parks system, family games and entertainment and activities.
Tours of 20 new home models from seven homebuilders will be available. Eastmark’s Phase 1 builders are:
>> Maracay Homes
>> Mattamy Homes
>> Meritage Homes Corporation
>> Ryland Homes
>> Standard Pacific Homes
>> Taylor Morrison
>> Woodside Homes
At the grand opening, visitors will be able to explore The ‘Mark, Eastmark’s Visitors and Community Center, enjoy the first 10 acres of the Eastmark Great Park, 11 neighborhood parks, piazzas and plazas and landscaped, tree-lined streets and parkways.
Trollies and pedicabs will take guests around the community to enjoy outdoor concerts, snow playground, soccer, food trucks, refreshments and more throughout the day.
“Eastmark is one of the most thoughtfully designed communities in the country. In our planning, we’ve artfully blended residential areas, employment cores, recreation and commerce to complement each other,” said Dea McDonald, DMB’s Senior Vice President and Eastmark’s General Manager.
“Eastmark’s grand opening will give guests an opportunity to engage in ‘Life in Motion’ and enjoy fun, family-friendly activities and exciting looks at this community which is unlike anything else in Arizona.”
DMB Commercial is currently planning Eastmark’s first mixed-use commercial core. DMB Commercial’s other commercial properties include Canyon Village, Centerpoint on Mill, Market Street at DC Ranch, Main Street at Verrado, The Shops at Kukui`ula and One Scottsdale.
IF YOU GO
WHAT: Eastmark’s Grand Opening – Life in Motion
WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 1
WHERE: Ray and Ellsworth Roads in Mesa
COST: Admission is Free