Back From the Dead 

After bouts with bankruptcy and the housing downturn, a Sahuarita development is roaring back to life

The land was bladed; the roads were paved; the utilities were in place. Large signs indicating the two entrances to Estancia del Corazon had floral touches on them as well as electrical stub-outs for eventual lighting of the signs. All the neighborhood…

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