Harvard Investments, developer of Cadence at Gateway, is proud to announce 25 percent of Phase One is sold at the east valley’s newest master-planned community– just off SR 24 at Ellsworth and Ray Roads in Mesa.
“We’ve had hundreds of families visit Cadence the past two months who are excited about our private, resort-style amenities,” said Craig Krumwiede, president of Harvard Investments. “We welcome those that have chosen to call Cadence home and delighted several new families are moving in before Christmas.”
Phase One, which opened October 20, includes: David Weekly Homes, Lennar Homes, Pulte and Gehan Homes, plus three neighborhood parks including bocce ball, volleyball, shaded play areas, ramadas and more. Additional shaded play areas surround The Square as well as a dog park, sports field, tennis court, basketball court, resort-style pool with two large “twisty” slides, lap pool, spa pool, outdoor eating areas, BBQ, and fire pit.
Inside the Square are spaces for community members to celebrate, work, relax and work out including: Flourish, a community center; Stir, a café-style hangout; Moto, a fitness center with fitness equipment, weight and cardio room, yoga studio and spin studio; Mix, a large indoor/outdoor center for events such as weddings, anniversaries and graduations; and finally Botanic, which is a large outdoor garden area with courtyards, pavilions and more.
Additionally, the community’s elementary school, part of the award-winning Queen Creek Public School District, is under construction and will be open for the Fall 2019 school year. The District will announce the school’s name next month. Additional parks are also under construction.
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About Harvard Investments
Harvard Investments, Inc. is a real estate investment and development company with real estate holdings throughout the western United States. Harvard combines experience, integrity, and financial stability to create high quality, environmentally sensitive, profitable communities. Harvard’s Canadian parent, the Hill Companies, is a privately held diversified company involved in real estate development including construction and leasing of commercial office buildings and retail properties, oil and gas production and distribution, broadcasting, surety bonding, and insurance. The Hill Companies celebrated its 100th year of continuous family ownership and operation in 2003. To learn more visit http://www.harvardinvestments.com/.