As West Valley housing demand balloons, in part due to the new KORE power plant, Buckeye is hustling to build multifamily and build-to-rent (BTR) homes. The article doesn’t mention it, but those developments are not affected by the governor’s order to limit new housing there due to a concern about long-term groundwater supply. With the third most permits pulled of any city in the Valley, Buckeye expects to add more than 2,500 units this year serving about 8,000 new residents. The city in 2000 was home to only 6,500 people and now has more than 104,000, and it’s only 5 percent built out. Someday it could be home to about 1.5 million.