Union Park at Norterra: Model Homes & Prices Revealed

the post at union park at norterra
Union Park at Norterra’s community center, called the Post, is nearing completion. Photos courtesy Sunbelt Holdings

The upscale, walkable, master-planned community called Union Park at Norterra plans to open in December, with seven model homes, the developer Sunbelt Holdings announced Friday. Pricing and photos were revealed for the project, owned by the insurance and real estate conglomerate USAA and situated next to the company’s 3,800-employee campus along I-17 between Happy Valley and Jomax roads.

The project aims to evoke “the character and charm of neighborhoods past,” the developer says. Phase 1 includes 309 homes by three builders, each providing unique styles. The architecture—ranging from territorial to mission revival, Southwest modern to desert craftsman and even Wrightian (inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright)—indicates that Union Park will be notably different than the master-planned communities of Anthem, Fireside at Norterra or Sonoran Foothills

Some model homes will open this month. “Our three decorated model homes will be open on Saturday, Nov. 17,” the builder Cachet Homes announced today.

ashton woods model homes
These Ashton Woods model homes each have a private drive accessing the garage in back.

Ashton Woods

Floor Plans: 4 (two-story)
Bedrooms: 3 to 4
Model Homes: 2
Sq. Ft.: 1,803 to 2,472
Prices: $300,000–$325,000
Pre-sales underway
Website

Cachet Homes

Floor Plans: 5 (one- and two-story)
Bedrooms: 3 to 5
Model Homes: 3
Sq. Ft.: 2,831 to 4,115
Prices: $509,000–$602,000
Pre-sales to start in late November
Website

David Weekley Homes

Floor Plans: 7 (one- and two-story)
Bedrooms: 3 to 5
Model homes: 2
Sq. Ft.: 2,332 to 3,864
Prices: Starting in $400,000s
Sales start not yet known
Website

MORE PHOTOS & DETAILS BELOW



chachet homes models
Model homes under construction by Cachet Homes.

The 5,800-square-foot community center, inspired by historical farmhouses (complete with barn doors and timber beams), is also nearing completion.

Retail, specialty restaurants, office space and a school are planned for later phases of the 398-acre project, which at buildout will have 1,100 single-family homes and 1,100 multi-family units. The plans were first reported by In&Out in February, 2017.

Other previously announced features of the Post, as the community center is called:

  • Pool with cabanas
  • Children’s play pool
  • Community park & playground
  • Outdoor barbecue area
  • Pickleball & basketball courts

Phase I will also include three smaller community parks. 


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More Photos & Community Map

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The community center in a new photo, seen from above, with nearby model homes under construction.
union park at norterra community center
A closer look at the community center, seen from the opposite side. The main building is called the Post.
USAA and Union Park at Norterra
Union Park at Norterra’s community center, with USAA’s North Phoenix campus in the background.

Union Park at Norterra property plan


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Robert Roy Britt
NoPho resident Robert Roy Britt has written for In&Out publications since its inception in 2005. Britt began his journalism career in New Jersey newspapers in the early 1990s. He later became a science writer and was editor-in-chief of the online media sites Space.com and Live Science. He has written four novels. Email the author.
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NoPho resident Robert Roy Britt has written for In&Out publications since its inception in 2005. Britt began his journalism career in New Jersey newspapers in the early 1990s. He later became a science writer and was editor-in-chief of the online media sites Space.com and Live Science. He has written four novels. Email the author.

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