By Angela Gonzales for Phoenix Business Journal
Young adults with autism will have the chance to live on their own at a mixed-use residential property being built in midtown Phoenix.
The residential property will cost about $18M to develop, with work slated to begin in early 2016 so that residents can move in in early to mid-2017.
Ryan Cos. will build the project, which was designed by RSP Architects.
While the project is under construction, some young adults already have moved into a temporary apartment complex owned by the Foundation for Senior Living. This temporary space will serve as a beta site for the First Place Transition Academy, one of the components of the future First Place mixed-use residential property.
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