Scaled-down Tempe apartment plan submitted

Rendering of the previous Crescent Rio proposal. The new proposal reduces the number of units by 40 percent, from 356 to 209. Credit- Crescent Communities
Rendering of the previous Crescent Rio proposal. The new proposal reduces the number of units by 40 percent, from 356 to 209. Credit- Crescent Communities

By Chris Coppola | The Arizona Republic

A Tempe apartment proposal that was pulled by the developer after strong objections from residents and City Council members has been scaled down and resubmitted to the city.

The project, located west of downtown, is one of two recent proposals that raise questions of whether larger apartment buildings should be allowed outside of downtown Tempe’s urban core and closer to traditional neighborhoods.

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