Agritopia in Gilbert

Agritopia is a 166-acre mixed use planned community in Gilbert, Arizona designed to encourage agrarianism combined with a sense of community among the socioeconomic ranges. It is an agrihood with housing plots, a certified organic farm, and commercial spaces. Homes range from 1300 square feet to 7000 square feet. Narrow streets and front porches, with low back fences, encourage neighborly socialization. 

The neighborhood was developed by Joe Johnston in the 2000s on the site of his historic family farm. It contains 452 lots on which the developer built single family homes, cottages, and bungalows, all in neotraditional architectural styles popular in early 20th century America.

The community also includes a functioning urban farm, a community garden, a private 470-student Christian school, a community center, a retirement home, and four restaurants. The developers established neighborhood covenants which encouraged home-based and agricultural businesses, and pedestrian transit, but discouraged rental housing. 

Within Agritopia are currently two stand-alone restaurants. 

Agritopia is a 166-acre mixed use planned community in Gilbert, Arizona designed to encourage agrarianism combined with a sense of community among the socioeconomic ranges. It is an agrihood with housing plots, a certified organic farm, and commercial spaces. Homes range from 1300 square feet to 7000 square feet. 

Agritopia Address & hours:

Address:

3000 E Ray Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85296 

Phone:

480-563-4745 

Hours:

Monday 

7:30AM–9PM 

 

Tuesday 

7:30AM–9PM 

 

Wednesday 

7:30AM–9PM 

 

Thursday 

7:30AM–9PM 

 

Friday 

7:30AM–9PM 

 

Saturday 

7:30AM–9PM 

 

Sunday 

7:30AM–9PM 

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