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“In an urban environment like south Scottsdale, an opportunity with this much space is quite rare,” said Mark-Taylor Vice President Chris Brozina. “We leveraged the expansiveness by building the Valley’s largest rental units, attaching individual garages to the units, and adding custom home touches like vaulted ceilings. Whether you’re an ’empty nest’ couple or recent graduate looking to move up the career ladder, we believe residents appreciate that apartments don’t have to be compact just because they’re in urban locations.”
Mark-Taylor’s newest high-end community, San Travesia , meets the needs of residents who want to live at the center of two vibrant urban communities, in a luxurious, spacious home while enjoying the flexibility that comes with rental living. Located in the heart of the revitalized McDowell Road corridor, San Travesia is just minutes from both downtown Tempe and downtown Scottsdale, and adjacent to the Skysong Innovation Center.
In an area of the Valley dominated by condensed, midrise apartment communities, San Travesia is quite noticeably different. The 572-unit community expands across 29 acres, allowing for unparalleled open recreational areas and an unrivaled amenity package for residents, including a 6,000-square-foot fitness facility, spinning and yoga studio, poolside volleyball court, and outdoor living rooms.
Rents range from $1,100 to $2,800 a month, with one, two and three-bedroom units now available for lease. For more information about San Travesia, visit the website atwww.santravesia.com or call 480-477-9589.
Apparently Cox Communications felt the community would appeal to a diverse group of residents as well, as they selected San Travesia as the first in the state to roll out its brand new G1GABLAST internet connection which operates more than 100 times faster than the average broadband connection. They had a formal ceremony at the community to announce the heralded decision in October.
The McDowell Road corridor has garnered acclaim recently for its ongoing revitalization. Helped in large part by its irreplaceable location, directly between the Loop 101, Loop 202, and Sky Harbor Airport, the area has become a very attractive residential option.
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The community is the next in a line of “The Next Generation of Mark-Taylor ,” a phrase the company uses to describe the evolution of apartment communities over the last two decades, and including features expected in modern, custom homes, such as kitchen islands, custom wood cabinets, clean steel appliances, distressed plank flooring, oiled-bronze fixtures, pendant lighting and direct-access garages.