MC Companies breaks ground in Marana

By Karen Schutte | Real Estate Daily News

TUCSON, ARIZONA — An affiliate of MC Companies of Scottsdale and Tucson (Ross McCallister, principal), Mason Ranch Apartments, recently purchased 16.12 acres at 2945 & 2965 North Bear Canyon Road in Tucson for $4.4 million ($6.26 PSF) from C. Thomas Mason III and the Charles T Mason, Jr. Trust, according to public record.

MC Companies also broke ground this week at The Place at Silverbell Gateway, a 300-unit luxury apartment homes at 7430 North Silverbell Road in Marana. The new community will have large floorplans at an average square footage of 1,070-square-feet and six unique floorplans. Each home will be designed with upscale finishes and include hard surface flooring, granite counter tops and designer lighting packages. The proposed amenities will be best in class for new apartments, similar in luxury as the Award winning The Place at Riverwalk Apartments at Craycroft and River in Tucson.

The development team of MC Companies is excited about this new opportunity to build luxury apartments and grow their existing portfolio. The town of Marana is fast growing, and this offering will add to the much-needed mix of luxury apartment homes for residents that rent by choice for the convenience and modern amenities that this demographic has come to expect.

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