By Murphy Woodhouse Arizona Daily Star - Updated Oct 25, 2016
A 645-acre residential and commercial development south of Valencia Road near Ryan Airfield, which was idled during the Great Recession, has been revived.
The Pomegranate development could have as many as 2,658 homes in an area that county officials say has increasing interest.
“We are seeing growth out there,” said county planning official Chris Poirier.
Residential development trends have also been positive across Tucson, which has seen foreclosures fall and new home permits rise over the last year, the Star reported in July.
Dean Wingert, of Crown West Land Group, which purchased the foreclosed properties from lenders, said building at several nearby subdivisions, as well as a large land purchase in the area by