The first car-free neighborhood in the US!
CITIES FOR PEOPLE NOT CARS
The second phase of construction for Eastline Village means going vertical! It's also the mark of nearing the first tenants move-in and arrival. The mixed use development will feature a variety of shops, restaurants, as well as residential units. The project will provide new and unique offerings that are not currently available in the area, while also offering a safe, secure, and vibrant living environment. The development is expected to be a major draw to the growing Tempe area, providing a much needed boost to the local economy.
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"Walkable, car free living."
The country’s first car-free neighborhood built from scratch, Culdesac’s Eastline Village, consists of 636 residential units, 24,000-square-feet of retail and 35,000-square feet of amenities on 17 acres. The retail area will be in five buildings – a 2,600-square-foot fast casual restaurant, 3,500-square-foot market hall, an 8,000-square-foot co-working, café, and retail building, a 4,400-square-foot grocery building and a 5,500-square-foot personal services/general retail building.
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RESIDENTIAL, RETAIL, AMENITIES
Walk, bike or ride share to your destination. In addition to the 636 residential units, amenities including groceries and gyms are just a short walk away from home.