ARIZONA NEWS

New Vistancia luxury apartments set to open in Peoria

May 4, 2024, 7:15 AM | Updated: 3:26 pm

PHOENIX – A new luxury apartment complex is set to open in the Vistancia neighborhood of Peoria.

Eagle Ridge Apartments, located at 28851 N. Vistancia Blvd, are scheduled to open in June. The new community will be the first luxury apartments in the community of Vistancia.

The new Hampton Group Inc. development includes 208 units and a clubhouse across 13 buildings.

“Our luxury apartment homes in the picturesque Vistancia neighborhood of Peoria offer a variety of meticulously planned amenities designed to provide our residents with an outstanding living experience,” John Berry, CEO of The Hampton Group, said in a press release Thursday.

Here’s what else can be expected from the Vistancia luxury apartments

The new apartments feature kitchens with granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, glass top ranges and designer fixtures and finishes. Other features include doors with smart locks, hardwood floors and expansive patios.

“Our impressive selection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments are perfectly situated to blend the convenience of city life with the tranquility of suburban living,” Berry said.

Eagle Ridge Apartments offer four floor plans ranging from 721 to 1,221 square feet with the option of private garages.

Community amenities include a resort-style spa and pool, a fitness center, private work spaces, ramadas and gas grills. There’s also a clubhouse with a full kitchen.

“To enhance the atmosphere further, we introduced a bespoke 50-piece light installation, sourced from the Czech Republic, serving as a captivating centerpiece,” Ali Brooks, one of the interior designers for the apartments, said in the release.

“This custom feature adds a touch of refinement and allure to the clubhouse, elevating the amenity space as prospective residents arrive and for residents to enjoy once they call Eagle Ridge home.”

We want to hear from you.

Have a story idea or tip? Pass it along to the KTAR News team here.

Arizona News

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to wipe out all unfunded pension debt fo...

KTAR.com

Maricopa County votes to wipe out unfunded pension debt for retiring law enforcement

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted last week to wipe out all unfunded pension debt for retiring law enforcement employees.

2 hours ago

A woman was rescued 36 hours after her car crashed about 200 feet down an embankment in Arizona. (P...

KTAR.com

Woman rescued 36 hours after car crashes 200 feet down embankment in Arizona

A woman was rescued 36 hours after her car crashed about 200 feet down an embankment in Arizona, authorities said Monday.

6 hours ago

Smoke billowed over north Phoenix after an abandoned restaurant caught fire in north Phoenix on Jun...

KTAR.com

Abandoned restaurant catches fire, billows smoke over north Phoenix

Smoke billowed over north Phoenix after an abandoned restaurant caught fire in north Phoenix on Monday afternoon, authorities said.

7 hours ago

pool party in the Valley Arizona liability homeowner...

Serena O'Sullivan

Homeowners can be held liable for drownings, injuries in their pools, Phoenix attorney says

Want to host a pool party in the Valley this summer? You can be held liable if someone injures themselves or drowns in your pool.

8 hours ago

Herman Campbell is the subject of a Silver Alert issued June 17, 2024, in Phoenix....

KTAR.com

Silver Alert issued for Phoenix man with medical condition who went missing over weekend

Authorities have issued a Silver Alert for a 65-year-old Phoenix man with a medical condition who went missing.

10 hours ago

Leaving a child in a hot car lands Mesa woman in jail, police say...

Serena O'Sullivan

Mesa woman left her child in car that measured 129 degrees, police say

Nichole Yazzie, a 32-year-old Mesa mother, was accused by authorities of leaving a child in a hot car during an excessive heat warning.

10 hours ago

Sponsored Articles

...

Collins Comfort Masters

Here’s how to be worry-free when your A/C goes out in the middle of summer

PHOENIX -- As Arizona approaches another hot summer, Phoenix residents are likely to spend more time indoors.

...

Day & Night Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing

Beat the heat, ensure your AC unit is summer-ready

With temperatures starting to rise across the Valley, now is a great time to be sure your AC unit is ready to withstand the sweltering summer heat.

...

DISC Desert Institute for Spine Care

Sciatica pain is treatable but surgery may be required

Sciatica pain is one of the most common ailments a person can face, and if not taken seriously, it could become one of the most harmful.

New Vistancia luxury apartments set to open in Peoria