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Soltra at SanTan Village breaks ground in Arizona

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Soltra at SanTan Village breaks ground in Arizona

Todd & Associates designed the project.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | October 31, 2019
Soltra at SanTan Village rendering

Rendering courtesy of Todd & Associates

Comprising 380 units across six three- and four-story buildings, Soltra at SanTan Village has recently broken ground in Gilbert, Ariz.

The complex’s units will feature nine- and ten-foot ceilings, urban mudrooms, smart locks, walk-in showers and soaking tubs, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, wood plank vinyl flooring, and private garages. The community will also offer several entertainment-focused amenities, such as a 1,900-sf third-story sky terrace with a fully equipped chef’s kitchen, a private resident’s club and sports bar with a kitchen and multi-screen television wall, and an oversized “bark park” with a pet spa and grooming station.

 

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Other amenities include a two-tiered negative-edge pool with a swim-up hospitality and entertainment area, a two-story fitness and wellness center with Peloton bikes and a yoga room, a conference room and workstation, and a Luxor parcel reception kiosk.

Todd & Associates was the project’s architects and McShane Construction Company is building it. Sustainable Engineering Group is the civil engineer and AndersonBaron is the landscape architect. Leon Capital Group is the developer.

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