Home developer partners buy 836 acres of land in Surprise for $111.7M

Jun 3, 2022, 8:00 PM

(Asante Development Partners Photo)...

(Asante Development Partners Photo)

(Asante Development Partners Photo)

PHOENIX — Three home developers closed on a purchase of 836 acres of land Friday in Surprise for $111.7 million.

The partners — Lennar Homes, Pulte Homes and Taylor Morrison Homes — teamed up to purchase the land within the Asante Planned Community located near 163rd Avenue and Pat Tillman Boulevard, according to a press release.

The location includes 752 acres of single-family residential land totaling up to around 2,750 lots, 56 acres of high-density residential land and 28 acres of commercial land.

Land Advisors Organization represented the seller, HE Capital Asante LLC, which has owned the property since 2009.

“The northwest Valley s one of the most active development areas in the Valley. This acquisition provides all three builders with the opportunity to continue their delivery of high-quality housing to the north Surprise market for the next 4 to 7 years,” Mike Schwab, principal and designated broker with Land Advisors Organization, said in the release.

“By joining forces, these builders will provide future residents of the community with a range of diverse new home options, further adding to the area’s attractiveness.”

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Home developer partners buy 836 acres of land in Surprise for $111.7M