Patrick and I have lived in north Phoenix all my life, mostly because this is where both our extended families are. But to be honest, now that the kids have moved away, we are exploring other parts of the valley to carry on with our artful life. Who knows, we may have grandkids (other than our puppies) someday and we’ll need a bigger casa, you know?
I heard about the new offerings at Cadence at Gateway, and OMG. Mesa is looking sweet. It’s on the list. And it’s part of my family history too. Before my grandmother was “Nana Jauregui” she was “Dori Valencia” of Mesa. My great-grandparents immigrated to Mesa, AZ way back when. So it holds a special place in my heart.
Now – about these homes.
Imagine living in a community that has the potential to make your days easier. That’s the concept of the new development, Cadence at Gateway, in Mesa. Aside from gorgeous neighborhood blocks, there are mucho amenities.
Located conveniently off of SR-24 at Ellsworth and Ray roads, the master plan community features dozens of floorplans in eight neighborhoods from builders David Weekly Homes, Gehan Homes, Lennar, and Pulte Homes. So there’s home for every personality and budget.
Harvard Investments recently threw a grand opening event for the public to showcase Cadence at Gateway’s array of amenities and its community centerpiece, The Square!
The Square is a luxury gathering place featuring resort-style pools and slides, a full fitness center, dog park, community center and so much more. All of this is included in the monthly $125 HOA fee. Putting on my critical thinking cap…
We could easily spend twice that much for a one-night stay at a Valley resort!
The masterminds of this community thought out every detail. The Square, which can host weddings, parties, and community gatherings to basketball and tennis courts, bocce ball, and it houses STIR, a neighborhood café. It’s all located in the award-winning Queen Creek Public School District.
Every home in the community is no more than 300 feet from a park or one of Cadence at Gateway’s twelve miles of hiking, biking, and walking trail.
I love how close Cadence at Gateway is to SR-202 so you’re connected to the rest of the Valley, but you’re also nice and cozy in your own community once you are home. One other major plus for a traveler like me, is that you’re basically a stone’s throw from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway airport in case you need to travel for work or play.
For more information visit: http://cadenceaz.com