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$40M project by Deco Communities set to bring 110 contemporary residences to Light Rail corridor 

The heart of Phoenix’s urban core is getting a hip, new neighbor. This fall, Scottsdale-based Deco Communities will break ground on it’s latest contemporary condominium offering, Edison Midtown, a new mid-rise building to be located at 3131 N. Central Ave. along the Light Rail corridor in Midtown Phoenix.

The location for Edison Midtown at the corner of Central Ave. and Monterey Way is central to Midtown’s buzzing scene filled with food, arts, music, culture and history. The $40 million project is slated to break ground later this Fall and expected to be completed by Fall 2016. Sales will begin this September. 

Edison Midtown. Photo courtesy of Deco Communities

Edison Midtown. Photo courtesy of Deco Communities

“The Edison Midtown project taps into the soul of the city, utilizing the unique identity of the neighborhood to create an authentically local living space that caters to the tech-savvy, community-oriented urban buyer that lives and breathes the city lifestyle,” said Rob Lyles, partner for Deco Communities.

“Our outstanding team of architects and designers has worked diligently to curate a thoughtful living experience that is true to the virtues of Phoenix’s downtown dwellers,” Lyles said. 

Fueled by imagination and innovation, Edison Midtown will include 110 residential units with stunning, Instagram-able views of the horizon and city lights. The seven-story structure will include five residential floors and two above-grade parking floors on 1.254 acres.

The city’s best indie coffee shops, bars, live music venues, funky boutiques and museums are all just steps away. The units range from 808 square feet to 1,397 square feet with every luxury, comfort, technology and convenience considered.

Each residence will boast European-style kitchens with gas appliances, 10-foot ceilings, designer fixtures and hardware, glass showers, spacious walk-in closets, wood floors and large balconies perfect for entertaining and soaking in the breathtaking city views. Pricing will start at $239,900.

Four basic residence types with alternatives include:

·       One-bedroom, one-and one-half-bath unit with central balcony.

·      Two-bedroom, two-bath unit with central balcony.

·      Two-bedroom, two-bath plus den unit with corner balcony.

·      Two-bedroom, two-bath plus den unit with central balcony.

With a mix of modern amenities and charmingly retro design inspirations, Edison Midtown speaks to the heart of the Phoenix urbanite. Brought to life by award-winning architect Daniel Gehman of Southern California-based Humphreys & Partners drew inspiration from the past and present of the iconic Midtown neighborhood and its urban dwellers.

The building is designed to be a dynamic urban community; a place that fosters socializing and sharing that integrates seamlessly with Midtown’s vibrant city life. Austin, Texas-based interior design firm SixthRiver will style the interiors with a pulse fusing trendy, classic and cool, drawing inspiration from illustrious hangouts such as the Ace Hotel brand in Palm Springs, Portland, London and Los Angeles, Downtown Phoenix’s unique urban culture and Frank Lloyd Wright’s early designs.

With it’s close proximity to the Light Rail and just steps away from the Osborn/Central Light Rail station, Edison Midtown residents can take advantage of the convenience of Phoenix’s best urban transportation, or bike the city with ease.

Designed to foster a sense of communal living, Edison Midtown will be a hub of activity with an array of social amenities including urban courtyard, pool and spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, Wi-Fi common areas, electric car-charging stations and more. The ultimate urban sanctuary, Edison Midtown will afford residents a superior live, work; play lifestyle at the center of the thriving midtown Phoenix corridor.

Nearby destinations include the Phoenix Art Museum, Pane Bianco, Tuck Stop, Lux Coffee, Hula’s Modern Tiki, US Airways Center, Crescent Ballroom, Durant’s, the Phoenix Symphony, the National Audobon Society and more.

Pre-reservations are now being accepted at www.liveatedison.com. The project will total a sell-out of $40 million. Prominent Valley real estate agent and condominium specialist Roberta Candelaria of Phoenix Urban Spaces will exclusively list the project.

To learn more and to get on the list for Edison Midtown visit www.liveatedison.com.