Scottsdale Centrovida – New Housing Project

Los Arcos project would have housing, retail, an article from the East Valley Tribune, reports that a proposed project, called Scottsdale Centrovida, is scheduled to bring apartments, town homes, shops, restaurants and a new grocery store to a site next to SkySong.  Developer PDG America is expected to file its rezoning application today with the city for the $150 million project.  The proposal includes building between 405 and 525 apartments in up to five buildings as high as five stories, 70 town homes, and about 150,000 square feet of retail space including a grocery and public spaces.  Project attorney Lynne Lagarde said the rezoning request is necessary to allow residential units and the increased height on the 26-acre site.  No tenants have been announced, but Lagarde said the developer is negotiating with a grocery, sit-down restaurants, a bank and other neighborhood retailers.

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  1. Charles Richey (3 comments) on February 12th, 2008 10:40 pm:

    Are you seeing a lot of Canadian buyers? I read an article in a Alberta paper that Canadians are descending on Phoenix and Scottsdale looking for deals.