Finding available Chandler, Arizona Apartments has never been easier. Take a step back to the timeless traditions of Italian Country living and imagine a community of unprecedented grandeur. Villa Pallavicini is located just minutes from Chandler Mall, fine dining and employment opportunities. These large apartments also provide easy access to the I-10, US 101 and US 202. Living in Chandler does not get any better than this. From our unbeatable location to our endless amenities, at Villa Pallavicini, our goal is to raise the standard of living. Our spacious one, two and three bedroom floor plans have been meticulously crafted to provide you with the ultimate in contemporary apartment home living.
Each apartment home is creatively designed with a wealth of interior amenities. Large all electric kitchens, nine foot ceilings and private patios or balconies are just a few of the standard features included in each unit. Come home to Villa Pallavicini and escape to an Italian paradise with out leaving the country. Take a refreshing swim in our sparkling lagoon-style pool or reward yourself with a soothing soak in our relaxing spa � it�s all here for your comfort and convenience. Other community amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and Cappuccino bar.
Come experience Italy without leaving Arizona at Villa Pallavicini. A replica of the La Pasquareccia, also known as the Easter Bell, hangs proudly above the clubhouse to help depict the traditions and history of Tuscany that the Villa Pallavicini community represents. La Pasquareccia was made in 1262 with characteristics of greenish patina from centuries of exterior exposure, and a distinctive elongated profile, typical of bells from the 1200�s. Such bells are very rare today. Their metal was often more valuable in form of a cannon in times of war over the centuries and once a bell cracked it had limited appeal. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World, located in Tuscan coastal city of Pisa. It is apart of the Cathedral of Pisa, at the Piazza dei Miracoli, with construction beginning on the tower in 1173 and ending in 1350. In 1705 a narrative of the tower stated there were 8 bells at that time. All the bells in the Tower of Pisa have names, and the oldest bell called La Pasquareccia. It was originally hung in Torre dell Orologio dal Ponte di Mezzo (Tower of the Clock from the Means Bridge) and was called La Giustizia (the Justice).