Completed Communities


Since the 1960’s, the Frank family has been building signature residential communities in the metropolitan Phoenix marketplace. Today, their longstanding tradition of innovation and excellence continues with a new generation
of award-winning projects, including the Main Street Promenade in Verrado®. The Main Street Promenade lines both sides of Main Street in the Town of Verrado with urban row homes, designed to combine the sophistication of contemporary design with the traditional style and elegance of a classic front-porch dwelling.  All units have sold in this project since January 2016.


Other recent communities completed include Renaissance Villas on the Park, a unique multi-family condominium village located across from Rose Park in the prestigious Village at Litchfield Park. Also located in this same master plan is a separate enclave of 33 single-family villas called Litchfield Villas on the Park, a newly designed concept which places two out of every three homes on an open grass courtyard.  There is one unit left in Renaissance Villas project.  Please inquire at


Also known for building luxury apartment communities, the Franks were the first to introduce “downtown living” to the Phoenix metropolitan market with The Met at Third & Fillmore Apartments, located just north of the Arizona Center in downtown Phoenix. The Frank’s multi-family communities have fostered critical acclaim and have set the standards in our marketplace for quality and innovation in design and construction.

The 140-unit apartment project located within walking distance from Chase Field, US Airways Arena and the Arizona Center, was nominated as one of three finalists for “The Best Apartment  Community of the Decade” by the Arizona Multi-Housing Association.


Our courtyard concept evolved out of our desire to create a sophisticated, lower maintenance product that would appeal to the growing category of discerning homebuyers who value higher quality design and lower maintenance over sheer size.  We have found that by using the courtyard concept, not only could we offer a home with a lower maintenance lifestyle, but we could also develop a neighborhood that is far more varied and interesting than the monotonous, garage lined streets experienced in the standard subdivisions which dominate our community.  Our concept satisfied the Cities’ concerns as well as the consumers, since our neighborhoods featured curvilinear streets with meandering setbacks rather than rows of garage door after garage door.

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