Detached apartments a noted trend in Buckeye, other parts of West Valley

Brian Craig, the City of Buckeye’s development services director, made a presentation to the City Council last week about the detached, for-rent, bungalow-style developments some companies have proposed recently. (Via city of Buckeye)

By Howard Fischer | Your Valley

BUCKEYE — Developers have been submitting different types of development, structure and floor plans in an effort to create more affordable housing.

Brian Craig, the City of Buckeye’s development services director, made a presentation to the City Council last week about the detached, for-rent, bungalow-style developments some companies have proposed recently.

“This is opposed to a town home style, where each individual unit would be on its own plat,” Craig said. “This small, bungalow, stand-alone style is more private than traditional apartments, but has apartment-complex amenities nearby, like pools and a rental or leasing office. It’s really gained in popularity in the past three or four years, across the valley.”

Craig said there have been at least 12 such projects completed in the West Valley in various municipalities or unincorporated Maricopa County, west of the State Route 101 loop. He said there are at least 10 other such bungalow-style rental projects in process within that area.


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October 2021