New bridge project gives Red Hawk easier access

The Arizona Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration are working to replace the Mescal Road/J-Six Ranch Road bridge over Interstate 10 in Cochise County , making the bridge state of the art and tops in safety.
Those considering building lot land purchases at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch will benefit as the new project will make the road even more accessible and make commuting even easier.
Red Hawk at J6 Ranch is conveniently located near I-10 offering building lots for new homes near Tucson with lots from 2.5 to five acres. The lots offer stunning views of the Whetstone Mountains.
The old bridge was designed in 1957 and built in 1958 so the new structure will be state of the art and offer even more access for those seeking to build a home near the Tucson Area.
One of the best features of this development is its easy access to the freeway for only a half hour commute to Tucson.
This development will only make that commute easier.

The pedestrian walkway, which is a separate structure adjacent to the damaged bridge, will remain open.
The road developments have spurred interest in land ownership and building lots at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch. This Tucson area Real Estate features building lots that are already equipped with paved roads and utilities.

Until the new bridge is opened to traffic, motorists traveling eastbound on I-10 who wish to access Mescal Road will be required to go to State Route 90 (Exit 302), exit and return to westbound I-10 and exit at Mescal Road. Motorists traveling westbound who wish to access J-Six Ranch Road will be required to go to Empirita Road (Exit 292), exit and return to eastbound I-10 and exit at J-Six Ranch Road.
Only 17% of the land in Arizona is private property proving what a bargain these building lots are now.
The development means you can see the value of the savings you will get at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch where lots 2.5 to 5 acres start at just $69,900.
Remember, there is no time frame deadline to build on these lots. You can also pick your designer and builder.

Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief funds have been secured to replace the Mescal Road/J-Six Ranch Road bridge and ADOT plans tocomplete the new bridge before the end of 2011.

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