Scottsdale approves 150-foot towers in Fashion Square mall expansion

scottsdale fashion square mall

scottsdale fashion square mallNearly 300 residents submitted a petition against the expansion, and several spoke in opposition at the City Council meeting.

By Joshua Bowling, The Republic

One month after Scottsdale Fashion Square unveiled plans for a 12-phase renovation and expansion that would affect every square foot of the mall, the Scottsdale City Council voted to let property owners build 150-foot towers on the north end of the property.

The 5-2 vote also comes one month after nearly 300 residents — mostly from the Scottsdale Waterfront and Optima Camelview Village condominiums — filed a petition against the expansion.

Councilman David Smith and Councilwoman Kathy Littlefield voted against it.

Most buildings more than 60 feet tall require special city approval. Most of the Fashion Square property was already zoned for 90 feet.


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