P.B. Bell opens the Curve at Melrose

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The Curve at Melrose, developed, owned and managed by P.B. Bell, recently opened in the center of midtown Phoenix’s vibrant, eclectic and urban Melrose District. 

P.B. Bell, a leader in multifamily housing development, management and acquisitions, broke ground on the luxury apartment community in August 2016. The community provides residents with a host of amenities in an unparalleled location, a short distance from a number of museums, galleries and nightlife hotspots. 

The Curve at Melrose, which offers 204 luxury apartment homes, is located at the northeast corner of Glenrosa Avenue and 6th Drive. The community offers residents a 24-hour state-of-the-art Tone Zone and Body Shop strength training facility including Synergy equipment and cardio studio, outdoor courtyard with gas barbecue grills and fire pit, heated pool with water features and spa equipped with an outdoor entertainment ramada with TVs and pool tables. The Curve also reveals a Think Tank conference center with video capabilities, electric vehicle charging stations, complimentary beach cruiser rentals, climate controlled interior corridors, controlled access underground parking as well as surface-covered parking and more.


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