Several affordable housing projects going up in metro Phoenix

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Greenlight Communities.)

By Catherine Reagor | AZ Central

Maryvale High School special education teacher Kareem Neal will be able to live close to his school and pay a lot less to rent.

The first Arizona National Hall of Fame instructor currently pays $1,900 for a downtown Phoenix apartment. But recently he was at the groundbreaking for a new, more affordable complex blocks from his school, where rents for a one-bedroom will start around $1,100.

“I have seen how often teachers have to leave schools because of financial strain, and students are having to move around too much because of high rents,” Neal said. “Rents are really scary and frustrating for too many.”

The new apartments developed by Greenlight Communities, called Streamliner 67th, will open about the time his lease is up. The Phoenix complex near Interstate 10 at 67th Avenue and McDowell Road will have 292 units and is expected to open in early 2024.


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