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Pandemic-related money woes delay Museum Square

The Scottsdale City Council approved the Museum Square development in October 2019, but the city and developer MacDonald Development Corporation have yet to finalize a $28-million land sale that is central to the deal.
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The long-delayed Museum Square development could be pushed back to November 2021 due to the pandemic’s financial fallout.

City Council originally approved the Museum Square development in October 2019, but the city and developer MacDonald Development Corporation have yet to finalize an associated $28-million sale of city land that is a key part of the deal.

The $300-million project includes plans for a 190-room luxury hotel, three condominium buildings and an apartment building totaling 346 along with public improvements that include a plaza, pedestrian connections and new traffic signals.

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