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New Homes in Tucson, Arizona

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TUCSON, ARIZONA

LIFE IN THE SONORAN DESERT CITY

Welcome to Arizona’s scenic desert city! D.R. Horton is proud to provide quality, Energy Star certified homes for the Tucson area. You’ll see the Spanish influence in our Southwest style homes available in ranch and two-story, open-concept floor plans. We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Tucson, Arizona.

This culturally-savvy city in our South Region offers a variety of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Whether you’re spending time outdoors with your kids at Gene C. Reid Park, enjoying a romantic evening on Congress Street District, or discovering local artisan culture on Fourth Avenue – the Tucson community offers a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Marana Unified
Tucson Unified
Vail Unified

PARKS & RECREATION

Gene C. Reid Park: The city’s flagship urban park consists of 131-acres of pet-friendly features including baseball fields, picnic areas, as well as a rose garden, bike trail, and duck pond.

URBAN DESIGN

Sun Link Street Car: The Tucson Streetcar is a fixed-guideway electric rail system consisting of eight operating vehicles in operation, stopping at all 18 set pickup and drop off locations every 10 minutes during the day and 20 minutes in the evening.

NIGHTLIFE

Congress Street District: Known for being the city’s cultural hub, this richly diverse neighborhood is the perfect combination of old and new — with modern urban dwellings next to colorful plazas and historic sites.

ARTS & LIFESTYLE

Fourth Avenue: Affectionately known to locals as "4th", this hip area of local artisans and boutiques offers curated selections of vintage clothing, jewelry, furniture, artwork, antiques, handcrafted and imported wares, hard-to-find books and much more.

Tuscon is a city known for its participation in the arts. It has been dubbed a “mini mecca for the arts” thanks to the many artists who have set their sights on this slice of desert paradise.