Shea Homes building 124 homes in new Peoria communities

Real Estate | 6 Dec |

With its unique blend of entertainment, shopping, and outdoor fun, Peoria’s popularity has been skyrocketing over the past few years and Valley homebuilders are working to keep up with demand. Shea Homes Arizona has announced an expanded West Valley presence in the area with two new Peoria communities – Ascent and Emblem at Aloravita. Construction of models is underway, with sales slated to begin in December 2019.

“Peoria has a lot to offer buyers,” says Ken Peterson, VP of Sales and Marketing for Shea Homes Arizona. “With Lake Pleasant right around the corner and tons of entertainment and dining options, it’s an ideal place for people who want an active and outgoing lifestyle.” 

A part of the Aloravita master-planned community, Shea is developing 124 single family homes across 29 acres at the northeast corner of 75th and Jomax. Nestled between the panoramic Peoria Mountain Preserves and Thunderbird Conservation Park, the mountainous landscape creates a natural backdrop to the homes, which take cues from southwestern design to create a harmony between the man-made and natural elements. 

Ascent and Emblem each boast six unique floorplans. Ascent features plans from 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms up to 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, ranging from 1,968 square feet up to 3,062. Emblem will see homes from 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms up to 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, from 2,318 square feet to 3,505. 

The Aloravita master-planned community will be an outdoor-lover’s dream. With manicured parks, miles of walking and biking trails, and its location near the West Wing Mountain Trail, residents will have everything they need to stay fit and have fun doing it. Venture out of the neighborhood for excursions to the P83 Entertainment District, Arizona Broadway Theatre, or the Peoria Sports Complex – whatever their interests, residents will find plenty to do in Peoria.

Visit SheaHomes.com to find more information on Aloravita and other Shea Homes communities around the Valley.

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