Scottsdale infill to bring 170 apartments

Scottsdale infill

 

Scottsdale infill
Courtesy of City of Scottsdale

By Matthew Roy for Arizona Builders Exchange

From the ashes of an abandoned South Scottsdale parking lot and a long-derelict nightclub may rise a new multi-family and retail mixed-use development.

The nightclub – formerly Polly Esther’s Culture Club, a 70s and 80s themed dance club, which opened around the turn of the century and has sat vacant since 2003 – will be razed to make way for a four-story, 170-unit, 160KSF apartment complex with retail and underground parking.

According to the rezoning application submitted by Tempe-based Synectic Design, Inc., the infill redevelopment – which combines two parcels considered too small for large developments and too large for others – will be among the first to utilize the Planned Unit Development (PUD) design standards. The project is envisioned to draw new residents and could inspire further revitalization of the area.

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