Aloravita

NOW PRE-SELLING AT ALORAVITA! Pulte have 5 models available to place on about 90 lots in this phase:

A) $368,990 (base price) 2294sqft = $161/sqft single level, 2 car garage, 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 bathrooms

B) $375,990 (base price) 2450sqft = $153/sqft single level, 3 car garage, 3-5 bedrooms, 2.5-3.5 bathrooms

C) $395,990 (base price) 2956sqft = $134/sqft two storey, 3 car garage, 4 bedrooms, 2.5-4.5 bathrooms

D) $420,990 (base price) 3556sqft = $118/sqft two storey, 2-3 car garage, 4 bedrooms, 2.5-4.5 bathrooms

E) $432,990 (base price) 3823sqft = $113/sqft two storey, 2-3 car garage, 5-6 bedrooms, 3.5-5.5 bathrooms

Please let me know if you would like me to send you any floor plans.

If you are interested in me representing you with the builder (at absolutely no cost or any obligation to buy) please let me know so we can go to the sales office (which is not on-site) together on your first visit to register with Pulte. They suggest making an appointment as they expect to be very busy in the coming weeks.

Aloravita is a planned community in north Peoria that will have up to 3,939 homesites and portions of the open space will be dedicated to the city of Peoria (city park) and certain portions will be owned by Aloravita homeowners associations (HOA parks). Aloravita will have walking and biking trails throughout. The southern section of Aloravita is bound by Happy Valley Rd to the south, Terramar to the east, Westwing to the west, and Jomax Rd to the north. The northern section of Aloravita is bound by 67TH Ave to the east, Jomax Rd to the south, 71ST Ave to the west and Sonoran Mountain Ranch to the north. Click here for the Aloravita community map.

A K-8 school is planned to be constructed on the southern parcel and a high school in the northern parcel will accommodate children living in Aloravita and surrounding areas. The southern parcel unit count is fixed at 2,000 homes. The northern parcel unit count is variable based on whether the Deer Valley School District builds a high school on a dedicated site within the this parcel. The northern parcel unit count is 1,675 homes with a high school or 1,939 homes without a high school. At no time can the total number of homes within Aloravita exceed 3,939. Click here for the Aloravita land use map.

For more information about the Aloravita community or buying a home in Peoria, AZ please contact Andrew Robb.

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Aloravita – Approved Tree List

Aloravita palo verde Trees located within Aloravita will include both native and arid species. At least 50% of the Aloravita trees planted will be 24” box size trees at the time of planting. Trees of at least 24” box size shall be located along the rights-of-way within the core area identified on the streetscape exhibits shall be placed in a linear fashion with each tree being planted 25-feet on center. No shrubs shall be placed between the tree line and the street in an effort to accentuate the rhythm of the trees. Trees shall be located in all landscaped medians and shall be of the same species and size at the time of planting.

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The following is a list of approved Aloravita trees, all of which must be at least six feet tall at time of planting:
Aloravita sweet acaciaSweet Acacia

Aloravita palo blancoPalo Blanco

Aloravita cascaloteCascolote

Aloravita palo verdePalo Verde (Foothills and Desert Museum)

Aloravita desert willowDesert Willow

Aloravita ironwoodIronwood

Aloravita canary island palmCanary Island Palm and Date Palm

Aloravita texas ebonyTexas Ebony

Aloravita velvet mesquiteVelvet Mesquite

Aloravita – Master Community Landscaping


The community landscaping in Aloravita will resemble the character of the area. Trees will line arterial and commuter roads, thus beautifying the area. Streetscapes for neighborhood and local streets will be landscaped to shade the sidewalks and include shrubbery that will enhance the natural look of the desert and provide shelter for local fauna. All landscape buffers and landscape tracts within Aloravita are to be landscaped. Landscape buffers and the areas between streets and sidewalks and/or homes. Landscape tracts are areas outside of the public right-of-way intended solely for landscaping. Landscaped tracts and landscaped buffers may include lighting, misters, retention basins, shading structures, drainage corridors, fountains, signs and monuments. Preview the Aloravita tree landscaping plans.

The trails system in Aloravita connects the northern parcel and southern parcel, allowing residents and guests to access the mountains on the northern parcel or access elementary schools located on the southern parcel. The trails system provides a beautiful environment for Aloravita residents outdoor exercise and activities. The trails will be composed of sidewalks throughout the main community and decomposed granite in areas along hillsides, washes and throughout other open spaces. The trails system throughout Aloravita will all be public trails. See the Aloravita trails system.

Aloravita parks will contain approximately 22.2 acres of open space. There will be various styles, sizes and types of parks located within Aloravita. Parks within Aloravita may contain certain of the following amenities: tot lots, basketball courts, picnic tables, ramadas, turf areas, concrete paths, tennis courts and restrooms.

Aloravita HOA Parks will be approximately 1 to 2 acres in size and centrally located park space for all Aloravita residents. Possible locations of the HOA parks are shown on the Aloravita community open space plan.

Aloravita mini parks will be approximately 2 to 4 acres in size and intended to create a central gathering place for all Aloravita residents.

Aloravita pocket parks will be up to 1 acre in size and consist of small parks providing Aloravita residents outdoor recreation within their respective neighborhood.

Aloravita neighborhood park, at approximately 10 acres in size, will be the largest park located within Aloravita and will serve as a gathering space for large community events.

Aloravita homeowners associations shall maintain all parks located in Aloravita except for the neighborhood park, which the City of Peoria shall maintain. The HOA maintained parks (HOA, mini and pocket) may also serve as drainage and retention areas whenever needed.

Got a question about Aloravita? Contact Andrew Robb to request your Aloravita planned community guide book filled with over 70 pages of development facts, data, maps and more!

Aloravita – Community Builder Guidelines


Development within Aloravita will occur in 4 phases in both southern and northern parcels. On October 13, 2017 Shea Homes closed on the purchase of 29 acres of land located at 75th Avenue and Jomax Rd in north Peoria and construction of model homes is set to start in 3rd quarter of 2018. The homebuilder plans to create 124 single family homes in this new Shea Homes community, will range in size from 2,000 to 3,600 sqft and expect to be available for sale in early 2019. Shea Homes, along with Pulte and Taylor Morrison are involved in the upcoming Aloravita master planned community.

Click here for the Aloravita building phases map.

The minimum homebuilder construction guidelines are as follows:

Zoning District R1-6
Min. Lot Size 6,000 SQ FT
Min. Lot Width 50’
Min. Lot Depth 100’

Min. Front Yard Setback
Livable and Side Entry Garage 10’
Front Facing Garage 20’

Min. Side Yard Setback
Interior Minimum/Total 5’/13’
Street/ Corner Lot 10’
Rear Yard Setback 15’
Maximum Height 30’
Maximum Lot Coverage 45%

Got a question about Aloravita? Contact Andrew Robb to request your Aloravita planned community guide book filled with over 70 pages of development facts, data, maps and more!



RE/MAX Renaissance Realty
9059 W Lake Pleasant Pkwy #B200
Peoria, AZ 85382