More than two decades in the making, a master-planned community in fast-growing town of Gilbert, Arizona could soon see the construction of 408 additional residential units.
Cooley Station, built on one-time farmland in the Southeast Valley of metropolitan Phoenix, has already seen the construction of dozens of luxury one- and two-story homes off of Williams Field Road on the southeast side of Gilbert.
Those homes list on average for between $250,000 and $350,000.
Now plans have been announced for the additional development of what is regarded as a village community with an emphasis on tree-lined streets, green space, and homes with interior courtyards.
Designed by the Phoenix-based architectural firm of Whitneybell Perry, the new addition to the development is being called the Crossing at Cooley Station and will go up on some 25 acres.
As planned, the project will also include a club house, dog park, two swimming pools, and multiple courts for volleyball, pickleball, and tennis.
The larger master-planned community encompasses around 800 acres and could ultimately see the construction over time of more than 1,000 homes.
Plans for the Crossing at Cooley Station are currently under review by the Town of Gilbert.
By Garry Boulard
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