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Real Estate Beazer buys Frisco land for planned development

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Atlanta-based Beazer Homes USA Inc. has acquired a 232 acre land parcel in Frisco, which the company plans to develop as a master-planned community called Miramonte.

At completion, Miramonte will contain over 600 single-family residences ranging in size from approximately 2,000 square feet to over 4,000 square feet.

Miramonte will feature trails for hiking and biking, green space, ponds, scenic landscaping and an amenity center, including a pool and cabana. The development will be located near the intersection of the Dallas North Tollway to the west and Interstate-75 to the east, in the Prosper Independent School District.  

“We are excited to continue our presence in the Frisco market in a large-scale master planned community that will provide a variety of home sites and floor plans to meet the needs of our buyers for years to come,” said Troy Radelat, division president for Beazer Homes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Beazer expects to begin development at Miramonte in early 2014 with the intention of offering its first homes for sale in this community in late 2014.  

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