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Luxury residential community breaks ground next to Scottsdale resort

Nov 30, 2020, 4:25 AM | Updated: 2:50 pm
(Photo by Clementhyme Photography)...
(Photo by Clementhyme Photography)
(Photo by Clementhyme Photography)

PHOENIX – A private, luxury residential community next door to The Phoenician in Scottsdale broke ground last week, according to a press release.

Spearheaded by Replay Destinations, Ascent at The Phoenician will feature a variety of condominiums and golf villas at the base of Camelback Mountain.

“We’ve assembled an outstanding design team that represents the best of Arizona for Ascent at The Phoenician,” Director of Development for Replay Destinations Jeremy Pfile said in the release.

“After years of entitlement and design work, we are excited to celebrate this important milestone with our partners and development team to officially launch a true legacy project.”

The homes are expected to feature contemporary architecture with expansive windows and large outdoor living areas.

The first phase of luxury residential homes is expected to be completed by the spring of 2022, and future phases will be built out over the next several years.

Reservations are available for the first release of luxury homes, which will be a 30 golf villa homes along the first fairway of The Phoenician Golf Club. The homes, which start at $1,785,000, will features private two-car garages and two or three bedroom plans.

Residents will also have the opportunity to join the Phoenician amenity access program, which will give them access to report amenities like the pools and fitness facility and preferred pricing for golf, spa, food and beverage and other services.

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Luxury residential community breaks ground next to Scottsdale resort