Callia community in Phoenix metro, Arizona, opened

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The 403-unit Callia community in Phoenix metro, Arizona, which began construction in 2021 has finally been opened. The development opened in a grand ceremony held by the joint venture partners, Toll Brothers Apartment Living and Davis Cos.

Callia, whose resident occupancy commenced last October, marks the third multifamily community by the Toll Brothers, which will expand its presence in Phoenix’s metro market. The Toll Brothers President, John McCullough said his company was happy with the project’s location. Especially since the Phoenix region has seen significant employer growth, which continues to attract renters and home buyers alike.

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The 4-story Callia community occupies an 8.2-acre site at the intersection of Indian School Road and Central Avenue. Its location is in close proximity to the Phoenix Valley Metro light rail stop.

The property consists of studio, one, two, and three-bedroom units, of which nine are live/work units. The design for the apartment units incorporates oak-styled floors, intelligent home tech as well as private balconies.

Additionally, some selected units designated as premium will have double bathroom vanities, soaking tubs, large closets, and freestanding showers. Residents will also have access to ground-floor retail space and on-site short-term parking with a frontal view of Central Avenue.

Additional amenities

About 27,000 square feet of amenities are available such as hospitality, sun, rooftop, and interactive gaming lounges. The community also includes a package room, wellness lobby, coworking area with private offices, and a conference room.

Exterior facilities at the  Callia community include a dog park, fitness center, two resort-style pools with cabanas, and bicycle storage. In addition, the property also offers enclosed garages with 624 parking spaces, as well as electric charging stations.

The Biltform joint venture was the project designer, while Streetsense handled the branding and interior designs. The project was financed by a loan from Pinnacle Financial Partners and Trustmark.