Luna Azul Breaks Ground in Phoenix

Luna Azul, a new development of 30 homes in North Phoenix, addresses the needs of millions of families across America who have a loved one with special needs and have struggled with finding appropriate permanent housing. The development, which is located at 16th St. and Loop 101, is the nation’s first for-sale residential community for adults with special needs. The first Luna Azul residents can expect to move in mid-next year.

“Luna Azul is a community where residents can live permanently, safely and make lasting friendships. The community is suitable for adults with disabilities, providing them and others convenient access to services, vocational opportunities and urban amenities, and an atmosphere within which to live life securely and on their own terms,” says Mark Roth, developer, in a press release. Roth decided to develop the community when looking for a permanent housing solution for his daughter with special needs. Since Luna Azul residents will own their own homes, they will be able to customize their homes to fit their needs, and hire in whatever level of help they require.

Community amenities will include a clubhouse with a living room, a multi-purpose flex room and kitchen and will be built around large public gathering spaces and a pool. The community also will have a perimeter wall, gated, controlled entry, a full-time director and 24/7 onsite staff.

The neighborhood will be comprised of 30 independently owned cottages that face common areas, fostering a sense of community for residents. The two- and three-bedroom homes will consist of four floorplans, ranging in size from 1,152 to 1,956 square feet, and will feature open living spaces, large front porches, high quality finishes, and will be wired for Z-Wave technology. Pricing will range from mid-$300,000’s to mid-$500,000’s.

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