By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange
Developers DMB Associates Inc. and Ryan Companies have submitted a master plan proposal to the City of Scottsdale for a multi-phase, mixed-use development at One Scottsdale, north of Legacy Boulevard near Scottsdale Road and Loop 101.
The proposal lists four three-story office buildings and two main parking structures, with five additional commercial pads. Phases I and II include 288KSF of office in the northeast portion of the site with 24KSF of commercial pads.
While the area currently has four architectural styles, the proposed development is contemporary, in fitting with the Henkel building near the property.
When completely built out, the area will offer nearly 1.8MSF of commercial, office and retail space, with up to 400 hotel rooms and 1,100 residential units. The area currently under consideration for this development – Planning Unit III – is bounded by Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale Road, Legacy Boulevard and the Grayhawk community.
The area to be developed is approximately 22 acres directly west of the existing Jefferson on Legacy apartment community.
The proposed first phase will consist of a 154.5 gross KSF three-story office building and a 740 parking space garage. Phases I and II call for approximately 1,430 parking spaces total.
Building materials for the proposed office building will consist of metal and concrete panels with anodized aluminum window frames. Colors will be consistent with the desert Southwest area and cream, grey and black with orange accents. Window glazings will feature greys, blues and clear glass.
Landscaping will also be desert-centric, with willow, live oak, mesquite and palo verde trees, among others, complemented by agave, bird of paradise, yucca, sage and other shrubs and plants.
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