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Optima debuts Green-Building design for luxury condos

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Optima debuts the company’s award-winning, green-building design at its newest $500 million luxury condo enclave in Scottsdale – Optima Kierland Center. / Submitted photo / Scottsdale Independent

Scottsdale Independent

Optima real estate development firm is underway with its third and fourth luxury residential towers, including 7180 Optima Kierland.

Optima Kierland will be the “most elevated offering within the $500 million, multi-tower enclave” of Optima Kierland Center as the master-planned community embodies the design of architects David Hovey, Sr. FAIA, Optima’s founder/CEO, and David Hovey, Jr. AIA, Optima’s president, who create cutting-edge, nationally recognized residential buildings, according to a press release.

Optima is said to have set a new standard for multifamily green building in Arizona with the recently completed 7120 Optima Kierland and 7180 Optima Kierland set to open in late 2020. Features of 7180 Optima Kierland range from a next-generation vertical landscape system to its park-like setting of six acres of landscaped open space, according to the release.


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