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Construction begins on 336-unit multifamily housing complex in Goodyear

Cabana Bullard is Greenlight Communities’ largest new-build project to date

Posted 5/26/21

Construction on Greenlight Communities’ second multifamily housing development in Goodyear is underway. When completed, Cabana Bullard will be the Scottsdale-based company’s largest project new-build to date.

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Construction begins on 336-unit multifamily housing complex in Goodyear

Cabana Bullard is Greenlight Communities’ largest new-build project to date

This rendering shows what the Cabana Bullard multifamily housing complex will look like when it’s completed.
This rendering shows what the Cabana Bullard multifamily housing complex will look like when it’s completed.
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Construction on Greenlight Communities’ second multifamily housing development in Goodyear is underway. When completed, Cabana Bullard will be the Scottsdale-based company’s largest project new-build to date.

The 10-acre property at Bullard Avenue and Van Buren Street will feature 336 units and cater to individuals and families looking for quality housing at attractive monthly rents, according to a release.

Greenlight Communities also broke ground in late 2020 on Cabana Encanto, 2323 N. 150th Drive in Goodyear. The 8.8-acre parcel was acquired in June 2020 and construction is set for completion later this year.

Cabana Bullard is located in an emerging area of the community, providing tenants with easy access to Interstate 10, restaurants and retail amenities.

Both properties offer attainable housing in very close proximity to top Goodyear employers, such as Microsoft, Amazon, Chewy and Cancer Treatments Centers of America.

Cabana Bullard will offer studio-, one- and two-bedroom options, with amenities that include contemporary appliances and kitchen finishes, luxury vinyl tile, a co-working lounge and state-of-the-art fitness center all accessed via smart home technology.

“We are excited to begin construction on Cabana Bullard and to bring this project to life for Goodyear residents,” said Patricia Watts, Greenlight Communities principal. “This is a tremendous opportunity for individuals and families to enjoy a comfortable, secure and high-quality living environment.”

The project is a joint venture between Greenlight and American Realty Advisors.

Greenlight is in the process of building more than 3,000 new Cabana units in the Phoenix metro area and beyond, the release stated. The Goodyear projects are its sixth and seventh new-build projects.

“We continue to see considerable momentum in the marketplace for the kind of quality, attainable housing the Cabana communities provide,” said Dan Richards, Greenlight principal. “Goodyear is an ideal market for the Cabana properties and we’re confident that Cabana Bullard will be a positive addition to the local multifamily market.”

Rents will start around $900, the company said last year.

Greenlight Communities has projects under construction and in the development pipeline in additional cities as well, including Glendale and Mesa, the release stated, and has completed others in Chandler, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Tucson.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents can take virtual tours and talk to leasing representatives online via the apartment communities’ websites and virtual leasing portals. They also may visit the sites for in-person tours during business hours.

For more information on Greenlight Communities’ Cabana apartments, visit livegreenlight.com or call (480) 609-6779.

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