As Maricopa County continues to rapidly grow, local housing officials see a systemic need for more attainable housing.
In the grand scheme of things, affordable housing – typically envisioned as multifamily layered development including single-family detached and attached dwellings – is a fair and balanced way to describe Phoenix metropolitan housing stock.
A Scottsdale-based housing company is looking to fill a need in the Valley apartment market.
Greenlight Communities has completed development of two attainable housing communities in Phoenix, AZ.
Scottsdale-based Greenlight Communities LLC, which is investing $325 million in new housing across the region, is opening its first attainable housing project in downtown Phoenix.
Greenlight Communities has completed Cabana on Washington and Cabana on 12th, two attainable housing communities totaling 478 units in Phoenix.
Greenlight Communities has completed the development of two affordable housing properties in Phoenix.
Scottsdale-based Greenlight Communities completed development of two attainable housing neighborhoods in Phoenix.
A Scottsdale-based developer is trying to tackle Phoenix’s ongoing affordable housing crisis.
Current health, job and economic upheavals are not creating, but are certainly magnifiying the ongoing need for affordable housing throughout the Valley.