Paramount Subdivision is Meridian's most comprehensive master-planned community. That means that virtually everything within our mile-square boundary—both residential and commercial—has been planned in advance to exist in harmony with the elements around it. Strong architectural and quality controls are in place to protect your home's value and the integrity of the community.
With so many Meridian residential communities out there,
It can be difficult to tell one from another. But there is a difference. And in the case of Paramount, it's a big, important difference that adds up to a higher quality of life and greater long-term value.
1. Better plan.
Paramount is Meridian's most comprehensive master-planned community. That means that virtually everything within our mile-square boundary—both residential and commercial—has been planned in advance to exist in harmony with the elements around it. Strong architectural and quality controls are in place to protect your home's value and the integrity of the community.
2. Better lifestyle.
Tired of driving everywhere? At completion, Paramount will include a smart, convenient mix of shops, gathering places, on-site schools, professional office space, and recreational amenities within walking distance of your home. Each of these elements has been carefully situated to protect the quiet, peaceful nature of our neighborhoods.
3. Better builders.
Drive other communities in Meridian, and you'll often find a wide variation in the quality of their homes. Why? Lax oversight of their builders. At Paramount, they started by selecting the best builders in the Treasure Valley. Then using buyer surveys and other methods, to continually monitor their quality and customer service to ensure your satisfaction.
4. Better amenities.
Paramount has two large community centers, with heated pools, exercise facilities, workout equipment, meeting & event rooms, a catering kitchen, and more.
5. Better track record.
If the plan for Paramount brings to mind communities like Harris Ranch and Hobble Creek in Boise, it's no coincidence. Paramount was developed by Brighton Corporation, the same company that created those and other highly successful communities like Heritage Commons and The Hickories. Westpark Company, the developer of Tuscany and Bear Creek, helped co-develop this project.
6. Better access.
Paramount's central location in the Treasure Valley puts you within an easy drive of Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, and the airport. The city of Eagle is literally just across our north boundary. Downtown commuters can have their choice of Hwy. 44 (State St.), Chinden Blvd., or Interstate 84. A new interchange coming to Ten Mile Rd. will provide even more options.
7. Better attention to detail.
From the historically inspired street lamps to the winding layout of our streets, every aspect of Paramount is designed to provide the things that are important to you: safe, quiet streets and play areas, opportunities to meet your neighbors, and attractive places to relax and play.
- Paramount is a nearly one-square-mile community located just off Chinden Blvd., between Meridian and Linder Road.
- Lochsa Falls is to the west
- Developed by Brighton Corporation
- 700+ homes in this community
- Patio Homes: Yes
West Ada School District:
- Elementary School: Paramount Elementary
- Middle School: Sawtooth Middle
- High School: Rocky Mountain High
Paramount homeowner's association dues:
- $250 setup/transfer fee
- $302.50 semi-annually
- For questions or concerns regarding the community association, please contact Ann Marie Baird at (208) 378-4000, or fax at (208) 377-8962. Office hours are Monday-Thursday 8 am-5 pm, and Fridays 8 am-noon.
Paramount community amenities:
- Community building
- Community park
- Community pool
- Walking paths
- Fiber optics
- Lots by water
- Pressurized irrigation