Photo credit: Greenlight Communities
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Greenlight Communities.)
By Gabriela Rico | Arizona Daily Star
A company with a mission of building privately financed, attainable rentals is building a second community in the Tucson area.
Scottsdale-based Greenlight Communities has broken ground on Villa Cielo Cortaro, a 196-unit complex at 3100 W. Cortaro Farms Road, on the northwest corner near Shannon Road.
Located near Omni Tucson National Resort, the boutique apartment complex will be a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom units.
About 40% of the units will be studios for about $1,299 a month, with rents up to $1,700 for a two-bedroom unit.
“That allows us to get to a price point that allows people to rent in that neighborhood,” said Dan Richards, a partner with Greenlight.