|By Marketwired .||
|August 12, 2013 02:05 PM EDT||
SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/13 -- Mark-Taylor has begun leasing at its brand spankin' new San Paseo community, marketing the opportunity to prospective residents to live full-time at a nationally acclaimed resort.
The 138-unit boutique community, located inside the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa complex on South Pointe Parkway, offers incredible amenities to all residents through the resort. Residents have full-time access to the Arizona Grand Fitness Center at no charge, a 20 percent discount on the posted resort golf course green fees, a 10 percent discount on the resort guest rate for salon and spa services, and a 10 percent discount on the resort guest rate for restaurants.
The apartment community is built around its own lagoon-style pool and poolside cabana and includes a 24/7 fitness facility and cyber café featuring Mac and PC computers for personal use. Additionally, the first 50 residents to sign new leases will receive five weeks free rent, as well as poolside breakfasts, gift baskets and more as part of its effort to invoke community spirit and camaraderie among new residents in The First 50 Club.
"Many apartment communities tout the resort lifestyle, but this is the real deal because we are actually part of the resort," said Mark-Taylor Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations Kim Atkinson. "With its setting against the hiking and biking trails of South Mountain, San Paseo is for the person who wants to live like a vacationer all year round."
San Paseo is a joint venture of Grossman Company Properties and Mark-Taylor. The community benefits from close proximity to two of the Valley's largest employment centers: downtown Phoenix and the I-10 technology corridor. An added benefit is the community's freeway accessibility without the Ahwatukee-area traffic congestion, since the resort is located outside the area that backs up with residential commuter traffic.
The First 50 Club is also underway at Mark-Taylor 's other new community, San Capella, at Hardy Drive and Elliot in Tempe. Both communities are representative of the "Next Generation of Mark-Taylor," a slogan the company is using to describe the evolution of apartment communities over the last two decades, featuring luxury lifestyle and custom-home appointments. Interiors feature appointments common in custom homes, such as kitchen islands, custom wood cabinets, clean steel appliances, distressed wood plank flooring, oiled-bronze fixtures, pendant lighting and direct-access garages. San Paseo offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom units with monthly rents ranging from $975 to $1725. More information is at sanpaseoapartments.com.
Mark-Taylor is known for its high quality service, the luxurious nature of its properties, sophisticated web-based marketing and its commitment to resident services. The company has become the preeminent brand in multifamily industry in the Southwest, developing and managing upscale projects that enhance communities through strong marketing, charitable support and a highly trained staff. Mark-Taylor is the Number 1 multifamily property manager in 2013 Ranking Arizona, and is consistently ranked one of the "Best Places to Work." Learn more at www.mark-taylor.com.