Scottsdale planning recommends approval for waterfront mixed-use development

An artist’s map shows the planned developments included in SouthBridge 2.0, which will include hotels, office space, residential and retail and restaurants. Courtesy of Spring Creek Development / Phoenix Business Journal

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development

Project would involve office, residential and hotel components

By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal

The Scottsdale Planning Commission agreed to recommend the City Council approve a proposed mixed-use development that spans several sites along the Old Town Scottsdale canal at its meeting Thursday afternoon.

Carter Unger, president of Scottsdale-based Spring Creek Development, took on his father’s legacy project after his father, Fred Unger, passed away from cancer in 2018.

The project, which will likely cost over $700 million, is called SouthBridge 2.0 and would include 412,000 square feet of commercial space, including 170,000 square feet of office, 570 residential units and 200 hotel rooms, according to documents submitted to the city.

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