Stunning gated community, featuring seven brand new floor plans complete with outdoor living spaces, zero-transition floors, & expansive multi-slide glass patio doors which allow you to comfortably bring the outdoors in.
Relax and unwind at Innovation Park, where every weekend is a vacation. Just one of many celebrated qualities you'll love about Innovation Park at Eastmark. Located in a prime location in Mesa, Arizona, Innovation Park is a gated community of new, incredibly energy-efficient homes. Take a look at our brand new floor plans complete with outdoor living spaces, zero-transition floors, and expansive multi-slide doors which allow you to comfortably bring the outdoors in. The Estates Series at Innovation Park features seven brand new floor plans, ranging from 2,294 - 4,131 sq. ft., that compliment your lifestyle with incredible design and unbelievable value.
If hiking and outdoor adventure are on your list of must-haves, you'll absolutely cherish living at Innovation Park at Eastmark with the Superstition Mountains just minutes away.
Every home we build helps showcase our commitment to providing incredibly energy-efficient homes that let you spend your money on better things than utility bills. After all, we believe in building new homes and communities the way they can, and should be, built.
While the overall history of the City of Mesa dates back two thousand years to the Hohokam Indians — and includes nods to Mormon migrations, Spanish immigration, missionaries and explorers — today, with a population of nearly 500,000, this bustling suburban city is a hub of economic growth. Featuring a family- and business-friendly lifestyle, residents of the City of Mesa enjoy excellent educational opportunities, well-paying job opportunities and first-class healthcare options, a number of which are located in South Mesa. In addition, residents of South Mesa enjoy easy access to multiple connecting freeways, expanding light rail and two busy commercial-aviation airports, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
The City of Mesa prides itself on offering an outstanding lifestyle for its residents from young children to active seniors -- and South Mesa is no exception to that goal, including providing residents with access to numerous arts and education opportunities, a variety of transportation choices and much more. One of the tenets of the City of Mesa's mission and vision is to provide a high-quality lifestyle for all citizens that features plenty of open space, well-appointed libraries, superb recreational amenities, and most importantly, safe and clean neighborhoods, something that South Mesa residents enjoy.
Public school students in Queen Creek are served by the Queen Creek Unified School District. Within the district are five elementary schools, one junior high, one middle school and one high school. The district serves more than 5,000 students annually and consistently receives high marks from the state, with all but one campus rated "A". In addition to public schools, Queen Creek is also home to several highly rated charter and private schools, including Benjamin Franklin Charter School and Patriot Academy.
Located in West Mesa just a short drive from South Mesa -- near Loop 202 and Dobson Road -- Mesa's largest retail offering is Mesa Riverview which sports more than 1.3 million square-feet of retail space featuring a mix of well-known stores -- including Bass Pro Shops, OfficeMax, Petco, WalMart, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Home Depot -- plus restaurants, independent retailers and specialty shops. Not far away, Village Square at Dana Park -- featuring palm tree-lined driveways, wide pedestrian walkways and outdoor dining patios -- is home to high-end retailers and unique boutiques. Meanwhile, East Mesa's Superstition Springs Center -- located near U.S. Highway 60 and Power Road -- is where you'll find more than 150 stores and eateries including such well-known names as JC Penney, Dillards, Macy's, Sears and many more.
Close to a trio of freeways, residents of the City of Mesa, including South Mesa, enjoy plenty of easy car-commuting options. From an aviation perspective, Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport is just a freeway's drive away, while South Mesa's Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport -- a busy regional hub -- and East Mesa's Falcon Field -- known as one of the busiest general-aviation airports in the country -- both offer additional aviation options to residents of South Mesa. Additional transit services across Mesa include LINK bus rapid transit (BRT), local and express bus service, a neighborhood circulator and paratransit.
In 2012, the estimated median household income in the City of Mesa was slightly more than $47,000, which is just about equal to the Arizona median. Mesa's estimated median house or condo value in 2012 was $129,400; in Arizona, it was $151,500. While the Arizona median age is 36, the City of Mesa has a median resident age of 35.3. In 2013, the overall population of Mesa was nearly 460,000, which reflects a 15.4 percent increase in population since the year 2000.
More than 100 companies are adjacent to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (a bustling commercial-aviation airport in South Mesa) and Falcon Field (a busy general-aviation airport in East Mesa), employing thousands of individuals in manufacturing, software and aerospace/aviation high-tech clusters.
Examples of some of the City of Mesa's major employers are Boeing (where the top-rated Apache attack helicopter is manufactured) and Banner Health, which has a number of major hospitals and medical centers in and around Mesa. Another major employer in the city is Empire Southwest, LLC, a third-generation family-owned Caterpillar(r) dealership. A sampling of additional employers with operations in various parts of Mesa include Bridgestone, Telonics, Ulthera, FUJIFILM, Mitel, International Rectifier, Guided Therapy Systems, PCT International, LaunchPoint: Mesa's Technology Accelerator, and the Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (AzCATI).
Located in Downtown Mesa and drawing approximately 400,000 patrons a year, the Mesa Arts Center (MAC) is Arizona's largest arts center with four theaters, five art galleries and 14 art studios. The MAC features a comprehensive calendar of professional performing arts shows and concerts as well as visual arts and arts education programming. The City of Mesa is also home to a plethora of parks and museums including the Arizona Museum of Natural History, the i.d.e.a. Museum (formerly the Arizona Museum for Youth), Mesa Historical Museum and Commemorative Air Force Aircraft Museum. In addition, the City of Mesa is home to Major League Baseball Spring Training parks for the Oakland Athletics and the Chicago Cubs, one of the biggest draws in the Cactus League.
As a result of huge investments made by medical providers, hospitals and medical centers in recent years, the entire Southeast Valley is a hub of world-class healthcare. Indeed, Banner Desert Medical Center, Banner Baywood Medical Center and Banner Heart Hospital are all in Mesa. Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center and Banner Gateway Medical Center are both in neighboring Gilbert, while Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers and Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center are both in next-door Chandler.