Construction is in full swing at KC’s newest master-planned community—the largest yet for Rodrock Development.
Words by Megan Felling
or nearly 40 years, Rodrock has been one of Kansas City’s leading developers, creating exceptional communities for families to call home. Its largest and most impressive community to date is Sundance Ridge, a premier master-planned community situated on rolling terrain along 175th Street between State Line and Mission Road. Visitors will first notice the mature trees, expansive vistas, and the stone entry monument and water feature.
Located in the highly coveted, award-winning Blue Valley School District, Sundance Ridge encompasses three distinct single-family home neighborhoods: Big Sky, Red Fox Run and Archers Landing.
The Big Sky enclave features custom upper-bracket homes up to $2.5 million plus. The esteemed builder team consists of trusted names such as Ashner Construction, Don Julian Builders, James Engle Custom Homes, Pyramid Homes, Starr Homes, Walker Custom Homes and Rodrock Homes. The area is also open to developer-approved builders.
Residences in Red Fox Run are priced from $700,000 to $950,000. Archers Landing homes will surround a future state-of-the-art Blue Valley elementary school.
More than 120 lots are available now to choose from, each suited for a variety of floor plans. Sundance Ridge currently has homes in various stages of construction, with the majority of them able to close this year. Eight furnished models—four in Red Fox Run and four in Archers Landing—are open daily, providing inspiration and showcasing quality construction.
“This truly is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood, offering homes at every price point,” says CEO Brian Rodrock. “We designed this development to be a destination for families to enjoy every day.”
Part of what makes a Rodrock neighborhood so popular is its sense of community and the lifestyle it creates for residents. Plus, there’s plenty to do at Sundance Ridge, thanks to the community’s many amenities. The new, multimillion dollar amenities center—The Village—has recently been completed. The complex offers a clubhouse and fitness center overlooking two swimming pools, the first of which is complete. Additional planned amenities will include a pickleball court, bocce ball court, playground and indoor gymnasium.
“This is the largest fitness center we have ever done,” notes Brian. “But the unique piece about Sundance Ridge is the pocket parks located in various places throughout the neighborhoods, connected by nature trails. No matter where you live, you are only a few minutes’ walk or bike ride from fishing in one of the area ponds, taking an evening stroll, or taking the kids to conveniently located parks.”
“Sundance Ridge offers more amenities than the typical community—I call it amenities on steroids,” says Dan O’Dell with Group O’Dell of Keller Williams Realty. “The clubhouse is immense. My client had looked at several other communities but ultimately chose Sundance Ridge for the amenities, and she liked this location the best. I think this is the next major area to explode. There is a good selection of lots, and the schools are great. It’s an easy neighborhood to sell, and the Rodrock staff really is above average.”
Visit the Sundance Ridge models and information center Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
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