Greenlight Communities joins Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and National Hall of Fame teacher Kareem Neal to break the news and officially break ground on a private sector solution to the state’s growing housing crisis.
Standing alongside Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego (D) and National Hall of Fame Teacher (2022) and Arizona Teacher of the Year (2019) Kareem Neal, the country’s first innovative company to focus solely on building truly attainable housing, Valley-based Greenlight Communities broke ground on Streamliner 67th — its most streamlined, attainable and affordable apartment community to date.
On Monday, City of Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego joined representatives of longtime apartment builder Greenlight Communities to show her support for the company’s newest construction project at 67th Avenue and McDowell Road.
New Valley-based affordable housing project company Greenlight Communities broke ground on a new project in Phoenix called Streamliner 67th, alongside Mayor Kate Gallego and National Hall of Fame Teacher Kareem Neal.
Greenlight Communities’ founders think the most efficient way to build attainable housing is to di it themselves – cutting out the middle man.
Leasing will begin soon at a new affordable housing community in the West Valley that is finishing up construction. Cabana Bullard, located at Van Buren Street and Bullard Avenue in Goodyear, will have 336 available units and is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Greenlight Communities was featured on Good Morning Arizona Sunday (KTVK-PHX) this past weekend.
Metro Phoenix’s housing crunch has many renters searching for homes they can afford, but there are far too few of them. Arizona’s minimum wage of $12.80 an hour is only about half of what renters need to pay for a basic Valley apartment now, according to new research.
Greenlight Communities continue ‘Gives Initiative’ with donations to 2 Phoenix efforts aimed at serving children
Greenlight Communities is announcing two new charity efforts for the month of July in partnership with the Arizona Builders Alliance and Kids in Focus. A part of the Greenlight Gives Initiative, which representatives say is an ongoing effort to give back to local neighborhoods, the local homebuilder is providing $6,200 divided between the two 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
Commercial real estate in Arizona is in the midst of an unprecedented run. Ever since early 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic rocked the business community, the commercial real estate industry in Arizona came up with innovative ideas for not only surviving, but thriving. That kind of cutting-edge innovation is evident in the recent commercial real estate projects that are changing the landscape of Arizona.