We’ve got the rundown.
2018 will be a great year at Eastmark! As our community celebrates its five year anniversary, we’ll usher in several exciting new development projects. Check out the official rundown from the Eastmark Developer Update and see what’s in store.
As of Jan. 1, 2018, DMB has transitioned the day-to-day management of Eastmark to their 50/50 partner, Brookfield Residential. Brookfield Residential has been an equal partner in Eastmark since day one. But don’t worry, the Eastmark development team remains the same. Azcentral.com recently posted an article on this DMB transition.
In addition, DMB Community Life is now a stand-alone company as of Jan. 1, 2018. The DMB Community Life staff remains the same, even though the company is now separate from DMB and Brookfield Residential.
Eastmark is getting a farm!
Erich Schultz, owner of Steadfast Farm, will grow certified-organic produce on the dirt lot just north of The Handlebar Diner and adjacent to The Eastmark Great Park. Look for the first round of crops next fall.
Steadfast Farm at Eastmark will host a “Community Supported Agriculture” program, educational opportunities, and a storefront to purchase farm goods. Stay tuned for a mid-March open house at the current Steadfast Farm in Queen Creek.
Other Notes & News
You can also view the presentation from the Feb. 1 Eastmark Developer Update.
If you have questions about any of these updates, please feel free to reach out to the Eastmark Community Life Team.
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