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Del Webb breaks ground for 49 additional homes
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Del Webb at Woodbridge is confident new home sales will remain steady for the age-restricted community during 2011.

Pulte Homes is investing $1.7 million in grading and making necessary improvements such as streets, sidewalks, and utilities plus lines for sewer, water, and storm run-off for their fourth unit that will front Lathrop Road.

It consists of 49 homes plus the site of a future Manteca Fire Department station.

The Manteca City Council is being asked to approve the final map for the 49 homes and fire station site during Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting at the Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.

Del Webb sold their 500th home in the 1,406-home planned community earlier this year. For the past three years, Del Webb has accounted for just over 25 percent of all new home starts in Manteca.

Del Webb at Woodbridge sold an impressive one out of every five new homes closing escrow in San Joaquin County during 2009.

The planned community was part of the reason why Manteca led the entire Northern San Joaquin Valley in new housing starts during the last two fiscal years ending on June 30. Manteca new housing starts accounted for almost 60 percent or 237 of the 414 new homes built countywide in fiscal year 2008-09. Manteca sold 329 new homes in the fiscal year that ended June 30 out of over 500 sold countywide.

At least one resident in each home has to be 55 years of age under Del Webb restrictions. They also have a 28,000-square-foot clubhouse and recreation center as well as numerous other recreation amenities including tennis courts, a putting course, bocce courts, a baseball field, and parks.