A Scottsdale-based real-estate development company has secured land in Peoria for its latest project. The developer, Greenlight Communities, is planning to build a 190-apartment unit called Streamliner 87th, which will be located at the southwest corner of 87th and Peoria avenues. Construction is slated to start by the end of 2023. Leasing is set to…
One Valley developer is ramping up construction of apartments that are affordable without government subsidies, as housing for people earning Phoenix’s median income remains elusive.
Developers broke ground on a new apartment complex near downtown Phoenix on Tuesday, touting the project as a much-needed source of “attainable” — if not affordable — housing in an increasingly squeezed housing market. The project, spearheaded by developer Greenlight Communities, is a 208-unit apartment complex on 16th Street and Polk Street in downtown Phoenix….
An affordable housing project in downtown Phoenix that will bring 208 new rental units to the area broke ground on Tuesday. Greenlight Communities said in a press release that the new community at 16th and Polk streets is set to be made up of 90 studios, 64 two-bedroom and 54 one-bedroom rental units. Read the…
Greenlight Communities was featured on Arizona Family 3 (KTVK-PHX) this week. Click the link below to watch the segment or click the View PDF button to read the article. Arizona Family 3 Segment on Affordable Housing Development
Dan Richards, co-founder of Greenlight Communities, joins Arizona’s Evening News to discuss the attainable housing Greenlight Communities is building in downtown Phoenix. Listen to the full interview here: KTAR Podcast Player
As the struggle to find attainable workforce housing persists across the state, Valley-based Greenlight Communities is proud to announce another new project that will bring a viable housing solution to Phoenix’s downtown urban core.
Nearly 4,000 affordable apartment units are under construction or in the pipeline in metro Phoenix and Tucson. Greenlight Communities is investing $697 million to build 3,686 affordable apartment units in metro Phoenix and Tucson. The Scottsdale-based developer has 14 communities in the Valley in various stages of development — that’s in addition to the five communities it already has built and sold.
This past election helped bring our current housing crisis into focus, and I applaud Gov. Katie Hobbs for prioritizing a plan to address the problem. Gov. Hobbs made affordable housing a campaign issue and crafted a comprehensive plan for the state.
Maryvale High School special education teacher Kareem Neal will be able to live close to his school and pay a lot less to rent.