REBusiness Online: P.B. Bell Opens First Phase of $45M Copper Falls Multifamily Community in Glendale, Arizona

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P.B. Bell has opened the first phase of Copper Falls, an apartment property located at 5151 N. 95th Ave. in Glendale. The $45 million community is the first of the company’s multiple projects in the Glendale area. Copper Falls features 240 apartments in a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 726 square feet to 1,315 square …

Top 4 Holiday Ideas To Host For Residents

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With the holiday season upon us, residents are busy managing their everyday lives while also juggling the craziness that accompanies this time of year. With dozens of parties to attend and host, gifts to wrap and cookies to make, it’s very easy for residents to feel burnt out during the holidays. Here at our P.B. Bell communities, we make it …

Multi-Housing News: LivCor Pays $43M for Phoenix Asset

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The buyer of the 240-unit property assumed the remaining balance of a $20 million financing package taken by the seller in mid-2016.   In a $43 million deal, the P.B. Bell Cos. has sold Solis at Towne Center, a 240-unit Class A community near Phoenix, according to Yardi Matrix. LivCor, the buyer, assumed the outstanding balance of a $20.2 million …

SanTan Sun News: $40M Ocotillo Community Opens New Amenities

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Arista at Ocotillo, a luxury mid-rise apartment community developed by P.B. Bell and Gilbane Inc. in Chandler, recently opened its latest amenities to its residents.   “The Yard” features bocce ball, corn hole, an outdoor fireplace, fountain, gas grills, TVs and a dog park. The $40 million community is part-owned by P.B. Bell, a specialist in multifamily housing development, management …

Multi-Housing Pro Article: P.B. Bell founder passes the baton after 42 years as a leader in the multifamily housing industry

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R. Chapin Bell to take the reins as title upon his father’s retirement P.B. Bell, an established leader in multifamily housing development, management and acquisitions, recently announced the retirement of P.B. Bell Chairman and Founder, Philip B. Bell.  Upon his departure, the longtime namesake of P.B. Bell is pleased to announce President and CEO, R. Chapin Bell will continue the …

Real Estate Daily News Article: P.B. Bell Founder Passes the Baton After 42 Years as a Leader in the Multifamily Housing Industry

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Chapin Bell to take the reins as title upon his father’s retirement “From the age of 12, I’ve enjoyed the chance to share in every aspect of this company with my dad, from sweeping off apartment rooftops after monsoon storms, to dinnertime discussions about property development. His core principles, work ethic, and regard for people have always been at the …

Commercial Executive Magazine Article: P.B. Bell Founder Passes the Baton After 42 Years as a Leader in the Multifamily Housing Industry

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R. Chapin Bell to take the reins as title upon his father’s retirement P.B.Bell, an established leader in multifamily housing development, management and acquisitions, recently announced the retirement of P.B. Bell Chairman and Founder, Philip B. Bell. Upon his departure, the longtime namesake of P.B. Bell is pleased to announce President and CEO, R. Chapin Bell will continue the family …

New $42 Million Luxury Apartment Community Now Open In Mesa

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The Premiere at Dana Park, a luxury multifamily housing community, recently opened in Mesa. PCS Development developed the $42 million project and selected P.B. Bell, a leader in multifamily management, as the property management firm.  Located on Val Vista Drive, just off US-60, The Premiere at Dana Park offers 198 luxury apartment homes to the Mesa area. The inspiration for …

The Impact of Social Distancing on Resident Events

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As social distancing continues to create a new set of norms for various aspects of our lives, the impact that these guidelines have had on the multifamily industry have become more prevalent as time goes on. In order to stay afloat, communities have had to quickly adapt in order to meet the needs of their current residents, as well as …