Officials with Edward’s Homes announced Monday that they are making a $30 million investment in the latest phase of Las Cruces’ new Metro Verde subdivision.
Edward’s Homes recently broke ground on 120 single-family homes in the Metro Verde community, representing a $30 million investment in the Las Cruces market.
“The significant investment will not only provide jobs and housing in the budding Las Cruces community, but it also solidifies the partnership between Edward’s Homes and Metro Verde to expand the unprecedented and innovative smart-growth community,” Edward’s Homes officials shared.
The new homes will feature single-story detached residences designed by Aldo Montalvo and California architect, Gabriel Leyva. Homes will range from approximately 1,600 to 2,300 square feet with three to four bedrooms. Floor plans include contemporary and mid-century modern elevations.
Officials share that Metro Verde spans 2,185 acers in the high desert of northeast Las Cruces and includes the 200-acre world-class Red Hawk Golf Club.
Approximately 1,985 acres of land are planned for over 7,000 single-family units and condominiums; 3,000 multi-family units; and nearly 1.5 million square feet of retail and commercial space – including substantial parcels for a high-tech business complex and light-industrial center.
Metro Verde also includes a variety of parks, open spaces and trails that complement the subdivision’s uniqueness.
“Edward’s Homes is honored to be an instrumental part of one of the Southwest’s leading communities, Metro Verde, and it’s forward-thinking master plan, which combines elements of New Urbanism, mixed-use plazas focused on a pedestrian friendly live/work/shop/play lifestyle, and smart-growth concepts,” officials added.