Photo by Tucson photographer Martha Lochert.

August 18, 2015

AZ Business Magazine

Maracay Homes breaks ground on Vistoso Swim Park

Construction has begun on a new swim park and pool building located in the heart of Maracay Homes’ Center Pointe Vistoso, a 122-acre collection of five distinct neighborhoods emerging on one of the final  – and best – remaining parcels in Tucson’s Rancho Vistoso master-planned community. Center Pointe Vistoso is slated to open in early 2016.

Destined to become the social hub of Center Pointe Vistoso, the 6,000-square-foot luxury swim complex includes a pool with spa and interactive splash pad, large outdoor fireplace with relaxed seating areas, ramada with barbeque grill, and pool clubhouse with restrooms, storage cubbies and meeting space.

A welcoming community park featuring a soccer field, shaded tot-lot, ramadas, fire pit and multipurpose lawns, adjoins the pool complex, providing plenty of gathering space for neighbors and families to enjoy outdoor activities and events. In addition to offering spectacular views of the lush Sonoran Desert landscape, a an interior trail system, ideal for walking, biking, strolling or jogging, will connect each neighborhood to the park, not only encouraging community interaction but also providing residents with a sense of place.

Center Pointe Vistso comprises 343 premium homesites situated within five strategically planned neighborhoods. Home styles feature a mix of executive, vacation (lock and leave) and family plans from Maracay’s New Arizona Living Collections, including the Monogram, Signature, Hallmark and Imperial series. Showcasing home designs crafted to keep pace with current lifestyle trends and Arizona homebuyers’ preferences, each Center Pointe Vistoso plan includes FlexDesign® selections for optimum customization.  All homes are Energy Star® certified and include Maracay Homes’ LivingSmart® program for high performance and cost efficiency.

The community is located on La Cañada Drive, nearly two miles north of Tangerine Road, in Oro Valley.