Phoenician resort could downsize golf courses for residential redevelopment

Phoenician Golf Club

By Mike Sunnucks and Steven Totten | Phoenix Business Journal

The Phoenician Resort at the south foot of Camelback Mountain could downsize its golf courses from 27 to 18 holes as part of a potential redevelopment plan that could bring new high-end residential units to the property.

Host Hotels & Resorts bought the Phoenician last year from Starwood Hotels for $400 million.

Maryland-based Host Hotels has hired the heavyweight law firm Beus Gilbert PLLC to lead a potential redevelopment effort with the city of Phoenix.


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