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Camelback Pointe

1537 W Camelback Rd.
Phoenix AZ 85015
602-648-9724

Camelback Pointe features 54 fully furnished units and is located right on the light rail at 15th Avenue and Camelback in central Phoenix.

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Camelback Pointe

33.5090766, -112.0927715

1537 W Camelback Rd.
Phoenix AZ 85015
602-648-9724

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Amenities Include: 

  • Utilities included
  • Single occupancy
  • Smoke free community
  • Fitness center
  • Community room with TV
  • Computer room
  • Barbeque area
  • Appliances include range, refrigerator and microwave
  • Onsite laundry
  • Bike shop
  • Elevators
  • Onsite housing case management
  • Onsite food pantry
  • Income and occupancy restrictions apply
  • LEED Certified

LEED Certification Standards

New LEED for Homes Multifamily Platinum project, Camelback Pointe, incorporates many sustainable initiatives hoping to provide a positive impact on both the environment and local community.

Sustainable initiatives include:

  • Incorporating “High-Quality-Transit” (close proximity to public transportation) to encourage use of public transit resulting in lower regional pollution.
  • Building on infill lots allowing for closer access to community resources and using existing infrastructure rather than developing new roads and utilities.
  • The promotion of water conservation through the use of drought tolerant plants, thus reducing the overall irrigation requirements.
  • Providing highly-efficient plumbing fixtures to reduce overall water demand.
  • The installation of Energy Star appliances in order to reduce electricity demand.
  • The use of high-efficiency HVAC equipment and the use of non-HCFC refrigerants.

These are just some of the many LEED for Homes directives implemented into Camelback Pointe. For more information regarding LEED for Homes, please visit : www.greenhomeguide.com.

 

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