AV Homes Opening New Community at Canyon Trails

AV Homes Opening New Community at Canyon Trails 
National Homebuilder Purchases 104 Home Sites in Goodyear
Master-Planned Community 
SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 10/22/13 --  AV Homes, Inc.
(NASDAQ: AVHI) has announced the acquisition of 104 home sites in the
Goodyear, Arizona master-planned community of Canyon Trails. 
Canyon Trails will offer single and two-story homes expected to range
from 1,600 to 2,600 square feet with prices starting in the $160s. AV
Homes anticipates that sales will begin in the second quarter of 2014
and plans to feature high quality living spaces geared toward first
time, move-up buyers and young families.  
Glen River at Canyon Trails features an adjacent elementary school,
beautiful linear park spaces and convenient access to shopping,
employment, and entertainment facilities including: Phoenix
International Raceway, Coyotes' Jobing.com Arena, Arizona Cardinals'
University of Phoenix Stadium, Estrella Mountain Regional Park and
Goodyear Ballpark spring training facility. Both Interstate 10 and
the Arizona Loop 303 freeways are highly accessible from Glen River. 
About AV Homes 
AV Homes, Inc. was formed in 1970. It is best known for the
development of Poinciana, an award-winning 47,000-acre master-planned
community near Orlando, Florida. Today, the company is engaged in
homebuilding, land development and other real estate operations in
Florida and Arizona with its new Carolinas division already in
development of its first community. Its principal operations are
currently located at Solivita near Orlando, and CantaMia near
Phoenix. AV Homes currently builds homes for people of all ages
including active adult communities intended for those 55 years and
older in both the Central Florida and Phoenix metro homebuilding
markets. www.avhomesinc.com 
Media Contact:
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Zion & Zion
www.zionandzion.com
480-751-1007 x128
jennifer@zionandzion.com
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