Multifamily

North Phoenix apartment complex project moving forward

Posted 3/26/21

Plans are moving along for a multifamily apartment complex near Dynamite Boulevard and Black Canyon Highway, according to a local homebuilder. The complex, called Ascend at Dynamite, will feature a …

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Multifamily

North Phoenix apartment complex project moving forward

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Plans are moving along for a multifamily apartment complex near Dynamite Boulevard and Insterstate 17, according to a local homebuilder.

The complex, called Ascend at Dynamite, will feature a swimming pool, fire pit, ramada and a barbecue and picnic area for its residents. The complex will have 260 total units on an 11-acre parcel.

The complex is being built by DHI Communities of the Arlington, Texas-based D.R. Horton Group.

On March 26, the site received preliminary approval from the city of Phoenix.

“It’s a great position to be in,” said Steve Noblet, team lead of the planning and development department for the city.

According to the site plan, a main entrance is planned from the frontage road near the Dynamite Boulevard alignment and a secondary entrance along Oberlin Way, which is a private drive, along the south side of the site.

The construction start date has not been formally announced.

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