Senderos at South Mountain: Apartment Community with Upscale Amenities

by Mike Hunter

Senderos at South Mountain

Now open for tours and expecting to be move-in ready within weeks as we go to press, the gated community of Senderos at South Mountain features a number of unique amenities.

Senderos is one of the first apartment communities in Metro Phoenix to offer personal electric car-charging stations in the apartment’s attached garages. The developers took into consideration future needs of residents who will be purchasing hybrid or electric cars and their desire to use smart technology. Other amenities include pool, spa and fire pit; fitness center-yoga studio; package lockers; clubhouse with Wi-Fi access; barbeque grills; pet wash stations and backyard pet runs, and a lot of green space.

There are spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom options, with one- or two-deck/patios for each unit. The high-end condo-quality units feature gourmet kitchens, attached garages and smart technology that includes thermostats, keyless door locks and light switches.

Notes Susan Kauffman, director of Strategic Relationships for MEB Management Services, which has been selected as the property management firm for Senderos, “It is minutes from downtown Phoenix and sits adjacent to South Mountain Park, the largest municipal park in the USA. Its residents will have the best of two worlds – an active lifestyle, along with any events, recreation, or night life in downtown Phoenix.”

The 156,888-square-foot project is a two-story apartment community complete with brick accents and large windows to take advantage of the spectacular mountain views afforded by the property’s location. The property is being developed by Leon Endres and Nick Conzemius from Minnesota along with Ron Cuttler, project manager, from Phoenix. “We are excited to offer this beautiful property with spectacular views in the best kept secret in the Phoenix market,” Endres says. “It will be a fantastic addition to the transformation that is already happening in the South Mountain area.”

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