High Street Residential, CBRE Global Investors Break Ground on The Fillmore Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Phoenix


Slated for delivery in September 2021, The Fillmore’s Phase I, in downtown Phoenix, will feature 348 multifamily units, 480 parking spaces and more than 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

PHOENIX — High Street Residential, the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Co., and a fund sponsored by CBRE Global Investors have commenced construction on The Fillmore, a mixed-use project in downtown Phoenix.

Situated on 2.8 acres at the southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and Fillmore Street, Phase I will include a seven-story, 533,460-square-foot building with 348 multifamily units, 480 parking spaces and more than 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The first phase will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as studio and junior one-bedroom units, ranging in size from 489 square feet to 1,626 square feet.

The building will include a clubhouse featuring work-from-home suites, a tequila room for resident gatherings, billiards room, kitchen and bar, lounge, catering kitchen, double-sided fireplace and shuffleboard. Other amenities include a fitness center, swimming pool, cabanas, grilling stations, swinging lounge chairs, spa, hammocks, fire pits secure bike storage and Wi-Fi throughout the property’s common areas. Additionally, the phase will feature a second outdoor deck with a water feature, dog run and park.

Completion of Phase I is slated for September 2021. Chasse Building Team is serving as general contractor. Alliance Bank is providing financing for the project.

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