421 W. 6th Street delivers luxury living steps from Mill Ave. with iconic views of Tempe’s Papago Buttes and ‘A’ Mountain
Tempe, Ariz. – With Arizona State University and a growing commerce district, thriving arts and entertainment scene, and dozens of new restaurants, retail centers and other hotspots, the City of Tempe has all the ingredients to attract urban professionals. The only thing missing was luxury, instead of college living. That has all changed with the opening of 421 W. 6th St, Tempe’s first luxury townhome community bringing elegant living to the eclectic Tempe scene.
Designed by renowned architect Bing Hu the 24-unit townhomes marries a traditional English façade with modern amenities, all within walking distance of the light rail, ASU, Tempe Town Lake and the Tempe Center of the Arts and the many businesses and restaurants on Mill Ave.
“421 W. 6th finally gives professionals, professors and empty nesters a sophisticated living option to take advantage of all that Tempe has to offer,” said Irene Clary, CEO of Catclar Investments, the developer of the community. “Being in the heart of the city, it also allows homeowners the chance to be less dependent on a car and take advantage of Tempe’s walking and biking transit system or use the Light Rail.”
The three and four story homes range in size from 1550 to 2270 sq. ft. Inside the units have an open floor plan, en suite bedrooms and amenities like hardwood floors, granite countertops and Bosch appliances. Each unit has a grand staircase with wrought-iron railing and two balconies to enjoy spectacular views of Papago Park and A Mountain, and a two-car attached garage. The construction includes double drywall at each party wall between homes for superior sound resistance, pre-wiring for security and surround sound and Low-E Milgard windows.
Pricing starts at $385,000 and homes are selling quickly. The popular Kirkland floor plan is already sold out. For more information on 421 W. 6th St. or to schedule a tour visit www.421west.com or call 480.473.3700.