FirstStreet at Happy Valley

PHOENIX, AZ

FirstStreet at Happy Valley

PHOENIX, AZ

This new luxury community features 212 single-family rental homes. Just east of the southeast corner of Happy Valley and 19th Avenue in Phoenix, Arizona, FirstStreet at Happy Valley provides a private and exclusive resident experience, without the commitment of home ownership. The project includes single story, detached, low-density and private residential homes with 24-hour gated security, smart home features, walled yards and garages. Built to be environmentally sensitive and energy efficient, each home includes the Energy Star™ rating.

FirstStreet at Happy Valley offers one, two, and three-bedroom floor plans with detached garages. A limited number of carriage units above the garages have private access and include sound proofing. The pet friendly community includes a dog park and washing station and "doggie doors" in each residence.

Additionally, a luxury resort style pool, fitness center, and clubhouse are featured amenities. The community features primarily single level living and no resident will have any other resident above or below their home with only three-bedroom homes featuring two levels.

The community is designed to serve the pent-up demand in the Norterra submarket with a one-of-a-kind resident experience. FirstStreet at Happy Valley is strategically located in a booming employment corridor with proximity to several major employers. Based on US Census data, there is a ratio of jobs to housing in this area of 0.2, compared to the Maricopa County average of 1.2, suggesting significant demand.

The proximity to quality schools, retail, entertainment and great freeway access in a dense employment core makes for an ideal location, providing renters with a hybrid experience between single-family and multi-family living—the best of both worlds with privacy, yards, professional management, services and amenities.

First Street at Happy Valley was developed as a joint venture with Snowden Residential, it is now wholly owned by an affiliate of Harvard Investments.