Here are the Top 10 master-planned communities in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer this simple question: with whom would you recommend doing business?
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Here are the Top 10 master-planned communities in Arizona, as featured in the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona:
2,501 homes or more
Background: Set amongst a stunning backdrop of mountain ranges with views of the natural Sonoran Desert, Vistancia in Northwest Peoria offers some of the best in new home options and community living. With excelling schools, parks and trails, recreation centers, golf courses and resident amenities, Vistancia offers something for every member of the family. Vistancia’s 7,100-acre master plan offers three lifestyle communities — The Village offers family-friendly neighborhoods with two K-8 elementary schools and planned activities and recreation centers, Blackstone is a luxury golf course community featuring the private Blackstone Country Club golf course, and Trilogy is an active adult community.
2. Morrison Ranch
3. Estrella by Newland Communities
4. Power Ranch
6. Las Sendas
7. DC Ranch
8. Verrado by DMB Associates
9. Johnson Ranch
10. Desert Ridge
2,500 homes or fewer
Background: Ironwood Crossing is a premier East Valley community built by Fulton Homes and managed by CCMC. Lush landscape creates the perfect backdrop to bring a sense of community alive. Whether a new family or newly retired, Ironwood Crossing has something to offer everyone. Ironwood Crossing is perfect for young families, with great neighborhoods featuring 20 parks, one for about 100 families, all done in a master-planned setting. The neighborhood parks feature basketball courts, ramadas, barbeques, and tot lots with shade structures. There is also an aquatic center with a splash pad for small children, separated from a 7,000-square-foot pool. A second pool opened in the northern part of the community in order to serve the high demand for swimming. In addition to Legacy Charter School, Ironwood Crossing is part of the new J.O. Combs Unified School District offering students preschool through 12th grade excellent educational opportunities.