Art City Center provides downtown luxury in Springville
May 01, 2018 01:00PM
Property Manager Joel Beach said developers wanted the building to be iconic, like the Springville Art Museum, and accomplished that with a contemporary look and stylings. "We are ready for new tenants to come and start living the good life," he said. As a property manager, he said this is his "most exciting project yet."
Beach said during planning, developers had three things they wanted to accomplish.
First, they wanted a building that was safe. At the Art City Center, all of the hallways and stairs are interior and you need codes to enter the building. The area is covered by security cameras. All units are equipped with state of the art smoke alarms and fire extinguishers, child-proof window locks and front door peepholes.
Second, they wanted the Art City Center to offer amenities "that touch our tenants lives every day." The building has elevators and a garbage shoot so residents don't need to walk up and down the stairs with groceries or trash. There are a gym and a meeting room with a beautiful view of the mountains on the top floor.
Third, they wanted to offer affordable luxury. The apartments have premium cabinets and countertops and stainless steel appliances. Each unit has its own water heater and furnace. Beach said oversized windows "bring in light and keep power bills down."
The apartments are just under 1200 square feet and are 3 bedroom, 2 bath. All of the units have a balcony. There are a limited number of pet-friendly units available.
Beach said the units can accommodate families, students and seniors. The first residents moved in May 1. "We're looking to build a community of diverse people," he said.
The climate controlled storage units are available to both residents and non-residents. The temperature is kept moderate so "your property won't freeze in the winter and cook in the summer." They are secure and accessible anytime by electronic entry.
While there are still units available for storage, business and living, they are expected to full up fast. Beach invites people to set up a tour by visiting the website, Artcitycenter.com to set up an appointment.