Walkable Communities in LA, Austin, Phoenix and Denver Entice Residents to Downtown Cores
The choice to live in an apartment community amounts to more than just finding the right number of bedrooms and bathrooms. For many apartment-dwellers, it means living in comfort in the city’s urban core, where communities in walkable neighborhoods support sustainable, centrally-located lifestyles. A recent article posted by azcentral.com touches on that concept in relation to the affluent Biltmore neighborhood of Phoenix, highlighting Alliance’s recently-sold development, Broadstone Camelback, which attracts renters looking for low-maintenance, luxury housing close to work, shopping, dining and major freeways.
Similarly, Alliance develops and manages a variety of communities where walkability is a prime factor for prospective residents. The Hesby, a new community in the Arts District of north Hollywood, is two short blocks from all the restaurants, bars and music venues that attribute to NoHo’s artsy, one-of-a-kind feel. Broadstone Blake Street is situated directly across from Coors Field in the Ballpark neighborhood of Denver, just north of the Central Business District. The 164-unit boutique-style complex is set to open in late 2014 and will cater to the growing demographic of young professionals living in downtown Denver. In east Austin is Eleven, an eclectic, four-story community voted Mid/High-Rise Property of the Year by the Austin Apartment Association. With a Walk Score® of 85, Eleven is a pedestrian’s paradise near the city’s best parks, restaurants and museums.
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