Papago Plaza plans changing for residents’ concerns

Some Scottsdale residents and business owners have complained about scooters being left in the middle of sidewalks, in violation of the city’s ordinance. / Photo Courtesy Larry Kush / Scottsdale Progress

 

The additional public outreach stipulated by the City Council for the redevelopment project at Papago Plaza has resulted in some small but significant changes to the designs.

Some residents voiced support for the project and the vibrancy they thought it would bring to a dormant shopping center while others decried the lack of retail, height of buildings and inclusion of a hotel and 274 units of apartment housing.

The proliferation of apartment housing, specifically, has been a major complaint for residents throughout southern Scottsdale.

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