Vigneto expected to attract 100,000 new residents to Cochise County
At a November 15th meeting at the Butterfield Station in Benson Arizona, it was announced that the final permit has been approved, financing and budgeting arranged, and a construction timeline set for Vigneto, the 14,000-acre, master-planned community designed to attract 100,000 new residents to Southern Arizona.
The proposed 28,000 home project of Vigneto will offer retail, commercial, and recreational amenities and a modern take on the old-world architecture found in breath-taking Tuscany. Mike Reinbold, the Development Manager for Vigneto, said “Vigneto will feature five levels of golf, 120 acres of open park land, and a senior assisted living facility. The community will bring countless employment opportunities and boast serene, unparalleled natural beauty and adventure.”
Close by sits Red Hawk, where tranquil, rolling hills seclude 280 lots of 2.5 to 5 acres. Red Hawk at J6 Ranch is conveniently remote with hospital, gas, and groceries just five minutes East in Benson, and arts, entertainment, fine dining, and an international airport just 30 minutes west in Tucson. At 4,500 feet elevation, enduring desert vistas by day and a million unspoiled stars by night transcends the best of the west.
St. David Springs is another master-planned community just off State Highway 80 with five planned subdivisions: River Bend Ranch, Escalante Crossing, Quail Call, Kartchner Lookout One, and Kartchner Lookout Two, is close to Benson, Sierra Vista, Sonoita, Huachuca City, and Bisbee. Family friendly and farm-ready 5-acre homesteads sit at 3,500 feet, while the one acre lots of St. David Springs provide its residents ample opportunity to bird, farm, and escape to the nearby San Pedro National Conservation Area, while living close to the land.