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Phoenix to vote on rezoning for apartments on site of shuttered hotel on light rail

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Phoenix City Council is scheduled to vote next Wednesday on rezoning for a new proposed apartment complex at the site of a closed down hotel at Seventh Avenue and Camelback Road.

Alliance Residential wants to redevelop the former hotel property into a 284-unit apartment complex under the Phoenix company’s Broadstone brand.

Plans calls for 65 studio apartments. 104 one-bedroom and 115 two-bedroom units, according to plans filed with the city of Phoenix.

The 4.35-acre site was previously a hotel. The site also sits on the Metro light rail line.

The City Council is being asked to rezone the property to allow for the multifamily development.

Alliance is one of the largest apartment developers in the country and has numerous complexes in Arizona.

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