Construction has begun on Springs at Deer Valley, a 296-unit apartment complex in Phoenix, Arizona. McShane Construction Company was selected by Continental Properties to provide general contracting services for the development, which marks their 19th Springs assignment for Continental. This is one of three multi-family projects that McShane currently has underway in the Phoenix area.
Springs at Deer Valley rendering shows the development’s dog park, one of the many on-site amenities the property features.
“We’ve recently seen a surge in demand for multi-family developments in Phoenix in response to the rapid growth the City has experienced,” commented Jim Kurtzman, Senior Vice President of McShane. “Springs at Deer Valley will be a great option for anyone looking for an amenity-rich development in Phoenix.”
Located on 17 acres of land at 24025 N. 23rd Avenue, the development will incorporate 12 two-story, garden-style apartment buildings with a total of 296 units. The buildings will feature wood frame construction with an attractive stucco exterior. Units will offer studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom configurations with one to two bathrooms. All units will incorporate granite countertops in the kitchens and bathrooms.
In addition to a central clubhouse with a fitness center and outdoor pool, residents will have access to an attractive array of amenities including a dog park, fire pit, seating area, pergola and barbeque area. The property will also feature two garage buildings as well as 265 carports and 532 parking spaces.
Continental Properties owns and operates 60+ Springs communities across the country. The company believes that their approach to developing multi-family communities offers a long-term investment for both the company and the areas that they serve. The natural exterior finishes and indigenous plants that are used in their communities, combined with their innovative interior space-planning, showcases practicality, privacy and peace of mind for residents.
Completion of Springs at Deer Valley is slated for June 2021. The architect of record is Phillips Partnership.