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Del Webb Starts Active-Adult at Trinity Falls
Builder Del Webb is starting its third older-adult residential community in North Texas.
The division of nationwide Pulte Group is building a 127-acre, 537-home project in the Trinity Falls community northwest of McKinney.
The project will be aimed at buyers ages 55 and up and includes a 12-acre amenities center with a clubhouse, a pool, a fitness center and lounge areas.
"Today, age-restricted communities make up a sizable segment of the housing market," said Robert Ditthardt, general manager of Trinity Falls. "In recent years, Del Webb has been tweaking its master plans and home designs to appeal to the nation's 76 million baby boomers."
The 2,000-acre Trinity Falls community has houses priced from the low-$300,000s to more than $600,000. Builders in the development include Ashton Woods, Gehan Homes, Highland Homes, Meritage Homes, Perry Homes and Plantation Homes.
Del Webb is one of the country's oldest and largest builders of homes aimed at older buyers. It already has North Texas communities in Frisco and Little Elm.
Trinity Falls is one of the Dallas area's biggest residential developments and is owned by Houston-based Johnson Development. West of U.S. Highway 74, the community opened in 2014 with plans for 4,000 homes and commercial space.