Mcshane Construction breaks ground on residential project in Arizona

WCN Editorial Team 23 Sep 2022 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

McShane Construction Company has broken ground on Livano Avondale, a residential project, in Avondale, Arizona, US.

LIV Development had chosen McShane Construction to construct the 316-unit luxury apartment residence.

For McShane Construction, LIV Development is a repeat client.

McShane senior vice president Jim Kurtzman said: “Located just 15 miles west of Phoenix, Livano Avondale will offer luxury living and unique amenities.

“We’re excited to work with LIV Development again on this beautiful new development.”

Livano Avondale is slated to complete in November 2024.

The units will feature high-end finishes and structures including granite countertops, luxury vinyl tile flooring, kitchen back splashes, and tile shower surrounds.

The amenities to be provided at the project include vehicular gated access, a play pool zone with cabanas and hammock swings, barbeque grills and gathering areas, a coffee shop, a sky lounge, and electric vehicle charging stations, pet centre, etc.

To be built on a 14.6-acre site at 11575 W. Roosevelt Street, the project will feature three two-story, six three-story, and three four-story wood frame buildings.

These buildings will feature exteriors of stucco, brick veneer, and fibre cement siding.

PRDG has been appointed the architect for this project.
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Image: Livano Avondale is slated to complete in November 2024. Credit: McShane Construction Company/ LIV Development.

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