Fort Huachuca is nestled in a scenic valley surrounded by mountains and flatlands. Providing 1,064 units, the complex combines excellent housing facilities with community-oriented services. Fort Huachuca features a community center as well as beautiful sports fields, trails, playgrounds, and other outdoor amenities. The Community Connections program offers services and activities that help residents connect with one another, with nearby organizations, and with the surrounding community.
The homes at Fort Huachuca feature upgraded amenities, such as soaking tubs in the master bath, granite countertops in SNCO and above, energy-saving appliances, and energy-star equivalent status—in Arizona this program is called the “Touchstone Energy” Program.
Developed in conjunction with Desert Oasis Communities, Fort Huachuca was one of the last Army projects in the RCI program. This meant a great deal of MILCON work had been accomplished at the two bases. Fort Huachuca is one of the only projects to close during the critical stage of the 2008 financial crisis, and, moreover, the $106 million project (with Desert Oasis Communities) came in ahead of schedule and significantly under budget.
Project Structure: Family homes (military community)
Units: 1,064 Units
Project Cost: $106M* (In conjunction with Desert Oasis Communities)