Phoenix, Arizona — The Phoenix-based Fox Run and Arzora apartments are about to open in downtown Phoenix.
The new buildings will be called Fox Run apartments and are slated to open this summer, according to a press release from Fox Run.
The apartments will be located on the ground floor of the Fox Run tower at 2300 East Broadway and the ground level of the Arzoria apartments at 590 East Broadway.
The Fox Run towers have been in the Phoenix area for decades.
The current owners of Fox Run are longtime residents of the Phoenix suburb of Tempe and their father-in-law is a former owner of the Tempe Fox Run who lives in Tucson.
“It’s a great move to come to Phoenix and start our new life here, and we are thrilled to be a part of this historic city,” said Fox Run President Michael Spero.
“The new Fox Run is going to be one of the best apartments we have ever owned.
This building will provide a new home for all the Fox Runs and Arzzias we will share.”
The Fox Runs have been building and renting apartments in Tempe for the past six years.
The Arzias are currently building their own apartment building in downtown Tucson and have been on a remodel project for several years.
Fox Run will be the first Phoenix apartment complex to open.
The company says that the apartments will feature the latest technology and amenities.
The units will be available for rent from September through December of 2019.
The apartment complexes have the largest number of units per square foot in the state.
The project will also be the largest and longest-term remodeling project of its kind in the city.
The buildings are expected to be completed by early 2019.
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The Phoenix apartment development has a long history and will be part of a larger revitalization of downtown Phoenix, the company said.
“Fox Run and the Arizias are the perfect fit for this new city.
We are excited to partner with Tempe to bring a brand new apartment to Tempe.
We look forward to opening our first Fox Run apartment in the future, and to creating a vibrant community for all who live, work and play here,” said Tom Mielke, President of Fox Rises.
The proposed apartments will include a large living room, dining room, living room and a living room with fireplace, according a press report.
Fox Rides will also provide a suite, and the apartment will be able to accommodate up to six people, according the company.
The projects are the latest of many in Phoenix to build and rent apartments, with Fox Run joining several other developers that have recently signed on.
The development has also seen a number of other developments and apartment developments, including in Scottsdale, Mesa, Tucson, Phoenix and Tempe, according Toepicki.