Thinking of building your next home. These new communities are opening in 2019.

If you’re thinking of building a new home, there are several new communities opening in 2019. More homes for Westfield (including much needed ranches) and lots more townhomes for Fishers. Below you’ll find a quick update. If you are interested in more info about any of these communities, shoot over an email to Want tips on building, then read this.


  • Townes at Avalon North with be opening in fall 2019 in Fishers. The new Pulte-designed townhomes will be at 136th Street and Southeastern Parkway. The community will feature a dog park. There will be two models, and some will have wooded views. Prices have not been released yet.

  • 116th Towns will be new townhomes by Lennar just west of the Nickel Plate District in Fishers.

  • Parkside Towns at Saxony by Lennar will include 32 townhomes in eight buildings on less than 4 acres at Saxony, near Hamilton Town Center.


  • Westchester is a Pulte community opening along Towne Road and 151st in Westfield in fall 2019. It will include a five-acre park with playground. You’ll also have an option of joining Wind Wood Golf Course. Prices and models haven’t been released yet.

  • Pulte is buildng Northwind-Southwind on Wood Wind Golf Course at 161st and Towne Road in Westfield. These will be all ranch homes. Initially there will be about 35 lots. Prices and models have not been released. You can see a map of homesites here.

  • Hawthorne Ridge at 161st and Carey Road will have estate-style homes starting in the mid-$400,00s. There will be an option to join nearby Bridgewater Club. There are 22 home sites available. Click here to see the map.

  • Springmill Villas south south of Ind. 31 and east of Springmill Road will include 62 low-maintenance single-level homes built by Lennar.

  • Springmill Towns adjacent to Springmill Villas will include Lennar-built townhomes. Prices have not been released.


  • Lennar is planning 77 townhomes near Oak Street and Ford Road on 22 acres. This was originally a project proposed by Gunstra, which how now been revived by Lennar (formerly CalAtlantic).