Development

Public input requested for proposed development near Anthem

Posted 3/18/21

A developer planning to build a north Phoenix rental community is asking to hear from nearby residents later this month.

The developer, FDG Acquisitions LLC, is asking for the public’s input about the proposed 170-unit single family rental community, just north of Anthem along Interstate 17.

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Development

Public input requested for proposed development near Anthem

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A developer planning to build a north Phoenix rental community is asking to hear from nearby residents later this month.

The developer, FDG Acquisitions LLC, is asking for the public’s input about the proposed 170-unit single-family rental community, just north of Anthem along Interstate 17.

The planned community is called Arise Arroyo Norte, touted as “a luxury, single-family rental community" that would be centered around a large park. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on March 31 via Zoom.

The rental structures are shown as unattached rather than looking like traditional apartment complexes with a stacked design.

The proposed project was addressed during a recent land subcommittee meeting with city of Phoenix officials.

The area will include a pool, cabanas, a dog park and other smaller parks and common areas for its residents.

To join the Zoom call, visit: https://zoom.us/j/97479806169 Meeting ID: 974 7980 6169 Passcode: 216629

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