Cabana on Twenty-Fourth

Cabana on Twenty-Fourth

Phoenix, Arizona

The client purchased a 1960’s apartment complex in an ‘A’ location and wanted to breathe new life back into this once desirable place to live. Scope included a comprehensive property repositioning plan inclusive of exterior paint schemes, signage, graphic and cultural brand elements. Public spaces included leasing office, leasing displays, club house, models, branded laundries, fitness center, as well as, exterior common spaces, and signature cabanas. The challenges were to transform the property on a minimal budget and reuse as much of the existing architecture as possible.
The overall vision of the property was strongly influenced by international fashion trends, national art and design, with a focus on the local community. The designers pulled in unique vintage pieces from neighborhood stores, one of a kind art, and hired a local artist to create exterior murals as public art. The combination of each of these elements resulted in the unique look.

1st Cabana property designed for Deco Communities

Client/Developer: Deco Communities

Square Footage: 205,000

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