Northwest Tucson New Homes Builders Construction Boom

New Homes Builders Construction Boom in Northwest Tucson

New Homes Builders Construction Boom in Northwest Tucson

New Homes Builders Construction Boom in Northwest Tucson

Northwest Tucson Custom New Home Builder Construction Market Boom
Tangerine Road corridor development booming at amazing rate…

A Northwest Tucson new homes construction boom along the Tangerine Road corridor accounts for nearly 65% of new home construction in northwest Tucson area.

The beautiful views are hard to beat – off of these northwest Tucson new home’s roof of framed homes – with the Catalinas’ Pusch Ridge as a backdrop. Customers point to the low density and quick access to Interstate 10 as reasons for moving into the Northwest Tucson Tangerine Road corridor area on metro Tucson’s far northwest side.

“This [Northwest Tucson] corridor will dominate the market activity in 2013,” said a Tucson residential market analyst. “It’s a matter of lot availability and accessibility. With the Twin Peaks Interchange [on I-10] being finished, it’s created a point of access to the Northwest Tucson area.”

The timing is perfect as the Northwest Tucson market is strengthening with housing demand outpacing supply. As Tucson AZ continues to be a top retirement destination, this new Northwest Tucson community will provide a prime in-town location.

No longer out in the sticks, the Northwest Tucson area is likely five years away from being built out, land brokers say. Tucson area new homebuilders are buying up land at an alarming rate in the Northwest Tucson Tangerine Road corridor, in between Linda Vista Boulevard, the Tortolita Mountains, and Oracle Road to just west of I-10.

Meritage Homes opened Hohokam Village – an 86-unit Northwest Tucson new home development in Rancho Vistoso – northwest of Tangerine and Oracle in August. Most of the new homes have sold. Meritage is opening three new communities in the area.

The large open spaces will continue to be a draw to the area for at least five years when it will likely be built out. Prices have climbed, but are still under $300,000 for many subdivisions. Not unlike any metro area coming out of a downturn there’s always an area that’s doing better: Northwest Tucson Tangerine Road corridor. There’s a lot of history to that area.

At the north end of Dove Mountain, Meritage is building streets and installing utilities for Los Saguaros at Dove Mountain, the master-planned community west of Tangerine and Twin Peaks roads that is receiving a lot of interest from Tucson new home builders.

All types of customers are interested in this area – both those that are still working or at least like the idea of being in an select area, yet close enough to their jobs. Plus, the significant commercial and retail construction is a enormous motivator to look for opportunities for the demand we are seeing.

Pulte has hundreds of lots in Dove Mountain for an active-adult Del Webb community. It is the first phase of a 650 lots on two hundred acres in the development.

Tucson new home builders are playing catch-up to homeowner demand and while the Northwest Tucson Tangerine Road corridor leads the market now, Vail, Sahuarita, Quail Creek and Green Valley are also experiencing a lot of new homes building activity.

The re-birth of the Northwest Tucson Tangerine Road corridor is amazing. It’s one of the most sought-after new homes construction area. All that needed to happen for that area to be a draw was for one Tucson new home builder to be successful.

Please feel free to contact us and we can provide you with additional information on all of the locations; pricing, floor plans and lot availability.  We can also schedule appointments for you to view any of our new homes communities in Northwest Tucson. We look forward to hearing from you and working with you soon!

Our best,
Bob Helmig and Carl Pepper, Realtors

(520) 822-6575

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