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‘Bonita Ranch’ to open near upcoming semiconductor factory in Surprise

Mattamy Homes has closed on a 72-acre property in Surprise, known as Bonita Ranch, which was...
Mattamy Homes has closed on a 72-acre property in Surprise, known as Bonita Ranch, which was purchased for $10.95 million and is approved for 208 home sites.(CNW Group/Mattamy Homes Limited)
Updated: Dec. 15, 2021 at 1:43 PM MST
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SURPRISE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Yet another housing community is being built in the northwest Valley, with hundreds of homes planned to be available for sale in 2023. The 72-acre development will be near an upcoming jobmaker for the area.

“Bonita Ranch” will be located off the Loop 303, near 147th Avenue and Jomax Road. The land was purchased for $10.95 million in late November and places it at the center of peak expansion for the City of Surprise. It’s also a short distance from the $12 billion Taiwan Semiconductor microchip manufacturing complex at I-17 and the Loop 303.

“The Mattamy team is truly excited about bringing this new community to life in the high-growth northwest Valley,” said Don Barrineau, president of the company’s Phoenix division.

Mattamy, which claims to be North America’s largest homebuilder, says many single-family homes will have north-south orientation and include a fixture of 45-foot and 50-foot wide houses. Homeowners will be able to enjoy about 20 acres of natural and open space, including three parks with play equipment and seating areas that will encompass a connected trail system with landscaped paseos.

It’s not the first development for Mattamy in Phoenix either. The company is currently working on a smaller 41-acre development dubbed “Aria Ranch” in Surprise, expected to open in early 2022. Mattamy also has homes in other West Valley cities, including Litchfield Park, Buckeye, Peoria, and Avondale.

Earlier this year, SimonCRE announced that a 700,000 square-foot commercial development in Surprise would create West Coast’s first “power center” in over a decade. The first phase of construction began this month, with additional development slated to begin sometime in 2022.

For more information on Mattamy’s developments, click here.