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Scottsdale developers push boundaries of Paradise Valley Ritz-Carlton heights

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A view of a model outlining how the Paradise Valley Ritz-Carlton will ultimately be developed. Independent Newsmedia/Terrance Thornton


By  Melissa Rosequist | Independent News Media

Scottsdale-based Five Star Development officials — those who are building the Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley Resort Community — deliberated with the town’s Planning Commission once again to discuss a special use permit amendment for a minimal height increase on five of its buildings.

The request, officials say, was more of a formality based on interpretation of the submitted plans, rather than a petition to gain more height.

On Dec. 18, the Paradise Valley Planning Commission discussed a minor special use permit amendment for Ritz-Carlton area A1, at 6651 N. Palmeraie Blvd., near the northeast corner of Mockingbird Lane and Lincoln Drive.

Scottsdale-based Five Star Development, which was founded by prominent developer Jerry Ayoub, is the entity that is bringing the Paradise Valley Ritz-Carlton development proposal forward and is represented by Jason Morris of Withey Morris PLC.


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