Latest Tuscan Village Apartments Completed

Image courtesy of HDS Architecture

The latest addition to Salem’s resident mega-development: a new apartment complex called Caro Tuscan Village. 

The 260-unit, 5-story project opened earlier this month according to an announcement from the developer, The Dolben Co., and the architect, HDS Architecture. 

“True to the HDS philosophy, we have created a distinctive building that enhances the community within the Tuscan Village development,” Hans Strauch, president of HDS Architecture, said in a statement. “Working closely with Dolben and our partners, we successfully created a unique architectural identity for Caro Tuscan Village, connecting it to the vibrant and diverse offerings that Tuscan Village has to offer. Residents will truly enjoy living here.” 

The development was on one of several sites around the periphery Tuscan Village that master developer Joe Faro has brought in other developers to build as part of the overall project.  

Caro, for example, was Dolben’s second residential development at the site after Corsa Tuscan Village, a 256-unit, four-building community and clubhouse next to Caro. 

“We are thrilled to deliver our second residential community in Tuscan Village in collaboration with HDS Architecture. At Dolben, we are proud to provide renters with luxury housing options in desirable live-work-play lifestyle centers,” Dolben Executive Vice President Andrew K. Dolben said in a statement.