Former Phoenix DEA headquarters converted to apartments

by Emily Marek

via Soltrust Residential

Alloy Midtown, an urban apartment development converted from the former Phoenix Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) headquarters, is set to open on June 20.

Developers at Soltrust Residential combined two structures from the former headquarters to create one residential community composed of both traditional and loft apartments. Architecture and interior design were handled by Synectic and GGLO Design.

“To look at a government building and envision a luxe apartment community took quite a lot of vision, and thanks to our incredible team and partners, we are proud to debut Alloy Midtown to the public,” Dan Duffus, co-founder and managing principal at Soltrust Residential, said in a press release. “We think the public will be surprised and delighted by what our team has done to craft these two unique structures into one community in the heart of Midtown Phoenix.”

The development includes 171 units ranging from studios to two-bedroom floor plans. All units feature keyless smart lock entry, hardwood-style flooring and energy efficient appliances and HVAC systems. Some select apartments feature patios and terraces or private entries.

On-site amenities include a 24/7 fitness center, infinity pool, yoga studio, meditation courtyard, package lockers, rooftop deck and remote working lounge.

Alloy Midtown is currently undergoing an energy audit for certification as a National Green Building Standard Silver development.

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