Copper Falls, a new garden-style apartment community developed and managed by P.B. Bell, recently opened the first phase of their luxury apartments in Glendale. The $45 million community, Copper Falls, is the first of many new projects P.B. Bell, a leader in multifamily housing development, management and acquisitions, has coming in the Valley.
Located at 5151 N. 95th Ave., Copper Falls offers 240 luxury apartment homes with one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 726 to 1,315 square feet. Each open concept apartment home is smart home life ready with smart light switches and smart thermostats provided by Cox. Apartments feature a modern kitchen layout with granite countertops, subway tile backsplash, GE® stainless steel energy-efficient appliances and gourmet kitchen islands. Each apartment home also comes standard with wood style flooring, 9 foot ceilings, a full sized washer and dryer, personal patio or balcony and more.
“Copper Falls’ modern design truly gives the community a luxurious feel,” said Georgia Eatherton, the community manager at Copper Falls. “Just minutes away from Westgate Entertainment District, State Farm Stadium, Gila River Arena, and more, Copper Falls allows residents to embrace a live-work-play lifestyle.”
Phase I of Copper Falls has a variety of floor plans available to rent and many community amenities for residents to enjoy. The gated and controlled access community includes a resident clubhouse designed for entertaining, a theater room with complimentary movie rentals, a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center with a group exercise studio including spin bikes and yoga, and the largest luxury pool and spa that P.B. Bell has ever built. The community also offers a package locker system, valet trash, electric vehicle charging stations, a shaded playground and a dog park and pet spa complete with pet waste stations.
“We’re excited to bring this live-work-play community to life in Glendale and we look forward to welcoming all of our new residents,” said R. Chapin Bell, CEO and president of P.B. Bell. “This has been a great development project for us and we’re glad to be a part of this local community in the Valley.”
To learn more about Copper Falls, read the full article here.