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Canystone Grand Opening

Above, city officials, members of the Artesia Chamber of Commerce and Artesia Trailblazers, and representatives of the Canyonstone Apartment Complex gather Wednesday for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the complex’s grand opening. At left, a unit is shown. Grace Miller - Daily Press

At top, city officials, members of the Artesia Chamber of Commerce and Artesia Trailblazers, and representatives of the Canyonstone Apartment Complex gather Wednesday for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the complex’s grand opening. Above, a unit is shown.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER

Daily Press Staff Writer

Canyon Stone Apartment Complex co-owners Eddie Benns and Dave Parmeter recognized the need for middle-upscale housing in Artesia as the city continues to grow.

The timing was just right for the new complex, located at 2602 W. Richey Ave. A ribbon cutting was held Wednesday to celebrate the grand opening of the complex’s first units and progression into Phase 2, in which 70 more units will be added. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.