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Avenue North is developing Proximity 7th, a build-to-rent community in Phoenix

Tower Capital Lines Up Financing on Phoenix Build-to-Rent 

Tower Capital arranged more than $20 million in non-recourse construction financing for Proximity 7th, a build-to-rent (BTR) multifamily community being developed by Avenue North real estate investments in Phoenix. The seven-acre property is located at 801 E. Euclid Ave. and will house an 84-unit BTR development that’s expected to deliver the first units in 2023’s first quarter.  

Kyle McDonough, principal and co-founder at Tower Capital, said,We are continuing to see demand for single-family and build-to-rent projects across the country. While financing is more complex for BTR development, it is a product type Tower Capital is a proponent of.” The Phoenix-based lender has closed more than $575 million in financing transactions for BTR. 

Proximity 7th will feature luxury two-bedroom carriage units and three-bedroom townhome units. Homes will include private entrances, private backyards, hard surfaced countertops, full size washer and dryers, stainless steel appliances, 10-foot-plus ceilings and smart home technology packages. 


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Tower Capital's McDonough

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