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The LINK PHX mixed-use development opens in Downtown Phoenix

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The LINK PHX mixed-use development opens in Downtown Phoenix

Shepley Bulfinch designed the project.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | October 22, 2019
The Link

All images courtesy CA Residential

A new 30-story, 257-unit mixed-use building has officially opened in downtown Phoenix, marking the completion of the first phase of a three-phase project.

Studio, one-bedroom/one-bathroom, and two-bedroom/two-bathroom units ranging in size from 450 sf to 1,450 sf are available. Each unit features 9-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances, and a full-size washer and dryer. 

 

The LINK PHX interior

 

Over 22,000 sf of amenity space is available to all residents, including a large rooftop deck that houses Arizona’s highest pool and spa, a sundeck, a lounge, grilling stations, and an outdoor fireplace. Other amenities include an indoor/outdoor fitness center with a yoga studio, a club room with a kitchen, workspaces, and an outdoor dog run. Bike storage and garage parking with spaces reserved for the public are also included.

 

See Also: New Hildreth Elementary School will feature a dedicated STEM center

 

In addition to the 257 residences, The LINK PHX includes 7,000 sf of retail space, half of which is reserved for startups, not-for-profits, and artists. When all three phases complete over the next decade, the development will include more than 600 rental residences and 21,000 sf of retail space.

CA Residential and Diamond Realty Investments developed the project. Shepley Bulfinch was the architect and Katerra was the general contractor.

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