By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
Banyan Residential has submitted new site plans to the city of Scottsdale’s Development Review Board for its 33-acre Scottsdale Entrada Redevelopment project at McDowell Road and 64th Street.
Santa Monica, California-based Banyan wants to build 735 multifamily units, a 250,013-square foot office building and 5,713 square feet of retail space on the 33-acre site.
The property was previously a car dealership on Scottsdale’s former ‘Motor Mile’. It was also previously a World War II POW camp and architect Frank Lloyd Wright proposed moving the Arizona State Capitol to the property which is adjacent to Papago Park.
Banyan’s plans call for 2,194 parking spaces at the Entrada development including two parking garages. The new office building will also be the front face of the Scottsdale Entrada redevelopment sitting at the corner of McDowell and 64th Street.