As modern, sustainable real estate becomes the market norm, the city of Phoenix is taking steps to meet the “eco-moment” by bringing a new smart home community to north central Phoenix. The project—better known as Karma—is a product of Boyer Vertical, the same architect-led real estate development firm that focuses on sustainably minded designs and is behind other top Valley real estate projects like artHaus, The Point, 5214 Residence and more.
Karma will represent a first-of-its-kind smart community, with luxury homes set apart by more modern, sustainable and notably energy-efficient properties. The eco-neighborhood—which is currently under construction and settled near North 13th Place and Bethany Home Road—will also mark the first community in the country to include such an expansive, electrical panel plan with all of its homes.
In short: homeowners in Karma’s neighborhood will actually be able to manage the power circuity of their house directly from their smartphones. The project will also emphasize energy efficiency—with solar panel and home battery control integration.
According to Boyer Vertical’s president and CEO, the homes will reportedly “start just over $1 million,” with a variety of upgrade options available, as well.
Karma will also offer a number of varying floor plans—with some as big as 2,600 square feet. Each two-story home will be made up of four bedrooms and a handful of bathrooms, plus a private backyard and a garage perfect for storing a homeowner’s smart car (or regular-sized vehicle).
For more information on Phoenix’s new smart home community, Karma, visit www.boyervertical.com.