Developer offers ‘attainable’ units for SCDL concessions

Site plan via Toll Brothers

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

The developer behind a new apartment building planned near downtown Scottsdale is asking the city to approve increased heights and density in exchange for “attainable” housing in an area that has seen rental rates rise substantially in recent years.

The Miller, a proposed 148-unit residential building, would be located east of downtown Scottsdale on the northwest corner of Miller Road and 6th Avenue on the site of the restaurant building that has been vacant since Sweet Home Chicago closed in 2019.

Under current commercial zoning, the property owner can construct a building up to 36 feet tall.


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