Timeshare development pitch at Troon North draws ire of neighborhood

A graphic rendering submitted to the city of Scottsdale for a proposed timeshare development at Troon North in north Scottsdale. (Submitted graphic/Scottsdale Independent)

By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent

A collection of north Scottsdale residents are calling into question a development proposal critics say is against the character of the existing neighborhood and behind-the-scene municipal moves on behalf of the developer of the project has some crying foul.

Leading the charge against a proposed 62-key timeshare resort property at Troon North on about 3 acres is Troon North Homeowners Association Vice President Manny Siprut.

“What is truly absurd about this is (the developer) hired a consultant who is a retired city planner,” Mr. Siprut said in an Aug. 1 phone interview. “He seems to have latched on to a potential loophole and these developers believe they can lump the unused density of the entire 55 acres that was originally designated for a resort.”

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