Construction is set to kick off next month on one of Arizona’s biggest affordable housing apartments in Goodyear. The project promises to provide homes with low market rents to address pressing housing needs in the region, West Valley. The 657 rental apartments by Dominium in Goodyear will provide housing to individuals aged 55 and above, as well as families at affordable rates. Owen Metz, Senior Vice President with Dominium, underscored the importance of providing housing options that are within reach for Goodyear residents employed in various sectors, such as restaurants, hospitals, and schools.
The Goodyear City Council unanimously approved the rezoning of the 28-acre site for the rental apartments in January 2022. The developer is partnering with the nearby community, Canyon Trails, to re-landscape a wash area, reducing outdoor water usage and exemplifying responsible development practices. Moreover, the affordable housing apartments in Goodyear colors will be carefully coordinated with the surrounding single-family homes, ensuring visual harmony and appeal.
Completion date for the Dominium’s affordable apartments project in Goodyear
According to officials the affordable apartments in Goodyear project work is expected to be completed in 2025. Goodyear Councilmember Brannon Hampton expressed his enthusiasm for the project, acknowledging the pressing need for housing options that cater to diverse socioeconomic groups. As more people and employers flock to Goodyear, the demand for affordable homes becomes increasingly crucial. Dominium’s involvement with the local community goes beyond housing. The apartment community’s clubhouse will house a 600-square-foot area that local elementary school students can use, fostering a positive connection between residents and the younger generation.
Furthermore, the affordable apartments in Goodyear development will boast the city’s first public art installation within an apartment complex, collaboratively created by local students, showcasing the developer’s dedication to enhancing the community’s cultural landscape. The developer, Dominium, acquired the land they are using to build the affordable apartments few years ago.