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A new gated housing community in Mesa will open its models for the public this weekend. Woodside Homes’ Lindsay Park’s grand opening celebration will be 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 2565 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, and will include a barbecue with food from Famous Dave’s BBQ. The development includes one- and two-story homes ranging in space from 1,110 to 1,932 square feet with two to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms. Prices start in the low $100,000 range. Design and finance experts — and barbecued ribs and chicken — will be available.
The developer of the Eastmark master-planned community in east Mesa has named seven homebuilders who will construct about 700 new houses next year in response to growing demand for housing in the Valley. Scottsdale-based DMB Associates anticipates the first homes will be available in mid-2013 as the first residential development takes shape on 3,200 acres it owns at the former General Motors Proving Grounds.
Shirley Temple Black poses in her home in Woodside, Calif., June 17, 1999.
Woodside Homes Corp., a Utah-based homebuilder with nine Valley community locations, agreed to declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization by mid-September after falling victim to the economic downturn, a company spokeswoman said.
SAN FRANCISCO - Shirley Temple Black quietly celebrated her 80th birthday this week after breaking her arm in a fall at her suburban San Francisco home.
Georgetown looked to a familiar face when it sought out a new men’s basketball coach in the spring of 2004.
Six home builders are coming together to resurrect a master-planned community in south Gilbert that stalled during the recession.
With available land shrinking and prices rising in Chandler, Gilbert and Queen Creek, expanses of acreage once thought to be well outside the metro region are being turned into large residential developments.
The East Valley housing market is starting to see a turnaround in home sale prices.
Tempe-based Fulton Homes today assured its customers and others it’s business as usual despite its filing a day earlier for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Tempe-based Fulton Homes Wednesday assured its customers and others it's business as usual despite its filing a day earlier for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
As construction of homes has expanded into southeast Mesa during the last decade, residents living near Elliot and Signal Butte roads have coped with waiting on fire and emergency crews sometimes nearly three times longer than the recommended national average.
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