Winfield at the Ranch luxury apartments will be ready for occupancy around March 1. Pre-leasing began in January.
Located at 3740 Lee Circle on the eastern edge of Prescott and nestled on the south side of Bullwhacker Hill, the six-building apartment complex contains 100 units. All have elevated views looking south.
Residents will have ready access to retail shopping, service centers and restaurants at the Prescott Gateway Mall.
Dale Phillips, president of Stellar Residential, a Scottsdale-based management firm, and Tanner Bickelhaupt, founder and CEO of The Tanbic Company, a Scottsdale-based development company, developed the 7-acre apartment complex. It features 48 one-bedroom, 720 square- foot units and 48 two-bedroom, 1,070 square-foot units as rental options. Four 1,240 square-foot carriage apartments with direct access garages are available. Monthly rent ranges from $1,200 to $2,370.
The apartments feature granite countertops, hardwood plank-style flooring, stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, spacious living areas to entertain guests and large closets. Eight-foot exterior window walls lead to private balconies.
Barbecue grills, porch-style swings, fire pits, designated reading and relaxation areas, a heated year-round swimming pool and Jacuzzi and a fully equipped fitness center are adjacent. Also, the east side of the development has a pet play area.
Phillips has been involved with more than 60 multifamily developments throughout Arizona, including in Phoenix, Flagstaff and Scottsdale. He said the Winfield at the Ranch apartments were planned for residents who wanted a low-stress, low-density living environment.
Bickelhaupt added that recent renter demographics reveal a pent-up demand from people who view home occupancy differently. They are renters by choice, not necessity.
Both men praised Jim and Linda Lee, longtime Prescott residents and developers, who encouraged construction of luxury apartments at Winfield at the Ranch.
Bickelhaupt continued that partners of Tanbic Company have committed to give up to $100,000 back to the local community. He said five local nonprofits have been selected, and when each unit is leased, $700 per apartment unit will be contributed to the nonprofit the resident chooses.
More information is available by calling 928-449-3085 or online at www.winfieldranch.com.
Photo: Exterior of Winfield Apartments