Battle brews over Scottsdale project

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

A City Council hearing on the $150-million Kimsey redevelopment in downtown Scottsdale was delayed as the city and developer grapple with opposition to the proposed height of the project.


The redevelopment proposal from Utah-based PEG Development would replace the two-story Howard Johnson motel and The Venue, a four-story event center that has sat empty for years, with a new hotel and residential building near Indian School Road and Marshall Way.

The developer would preserve the adjacent Kimsey Triangle building, which was designed by famed architect Ralph Haver in 1961 on land owned by the Kimsey family.

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