In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a condominium project in Arizona is moving forward, after it was originally slated to be torn down in 2018.
The Arizona Condominium Association (ACAA) has agreed to move the project to a new location.ACAA president, Paul C. Lutz, said that the new site will be in a rural area that is not accessible by road.ACTA said it will relocate the project, located in a mountainous region near Tucson, Arizona, to an area that has fewer roads and is accessible by foot and bicycle.
The move to the new location will allow ACAA to move forward with a larger number of projects that were originally proposed and completed but have not yet been approved.
ACAA also will create a dedicated site for the construction of new condominium towers in the region.
The ACAA was founded in 1884 and has a membership of approximately 25,000.
The group has been a leader in the construction and management of residential and condominium projects in Arizona, including several that have been approved by the state and the federal government.