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Ground to be broken for first phase of 250-acre project

(The Enterprise) Four years of planning and waiting for the US housing industry crash to bounce back are about to pay off. A sprawling, mixed-use community consisting of roughly 250 acres straddling American Fork and Pleasant Grove will break ground early next year. The first homes will be those in the first phase of Vintaro, being developed by American Forked-based Fusion Group. Initial development will consist of 54 single family homes on five acres. These homes will be approximately 1,300 square feet with two-car detached garages and prices starting in the $170s. Sugar House architect Ken Wheadon has designed the residences, which will be built by Gold Medallion Homes.  A second plat is currently being drawn up and will be submitted to the city this winter. It will consist of around 60 single family homes ranging in size from 1,500 to 2,100 square feet. Approximately 200 townhomes are planned thereafter.