The Vale Modern Living – Tempe

General Information

  • Area: Fantastic Tempe Location 1 mile from ASU
  • Architecture: Will Bruder Architects, LTD
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THE VALE: This cutting edge project created a unique design sensitive community within the urban fabric of Tempe. A perforated landscape of buildings cluster around a courtyard corridor of gardens, patios and amenities. The Vale was a fresh, innovative and creative approach to Modern Urban Living. One that elevated the experience to new heights as owners will be enveloped in world-class modern architecture and quality construction at truly affordable prices.

The Vale was the first of it’s kind in Arizona. All residences sold out prior to completion of construction.

46 unique condominium residences
4 unique Retail and commercial spaces
7 Live/Work units
Unique community one mile from ASU
Architecture by William P. Bruder

THE HISTORY: Blessed with one of the largest rivers in the West, unique terrain, superb weather and a prehistoric network of canals, Hayden’s Ferry communities quickly became an important part of the Salt River Valley. Settlements grew quickly and the town was named Tempe in 1879. “Lord” Darrell Duppa, is credited with suggesting the name… The sight of the butte and the wide river, towering Cottonwood trees, and the nearby expanse of green fields, reminded him of descriptions of such a place in ancient Greek Literature: the Vale of Tempe….

“There is a vale enclosed with hanging forests, steep on every side; men name it Tempe. Here the river rolls at towering peaks; its foot his foaming course, swirling clouds of mist drift down in rain upon the trees… Here is the home, the mansion, the retreat of that majestic River…–Metamorphoses 1.480-581….

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