Scottsdale council OKs High Street Residential rezoning

By Independent Newsmedia

A mixed-use, multifamily development plan near Scottsdale Road and Gold Dust Avenue took a step forward by a 5-2 city council vote earlier this moth.

Known as High Street Residential, the proposal seeks to build approximately 215 units and 11,000 square feet of nonresidential floor area on a 4.64-acre site west of the southwest corner of Scottsdale and Gold Dust. The site is just north of the municipal boarder of Town of Paradise Valley, near Chaparral High School.

After a 90-minute discussion on the project on Nov. 21, councilors gave the rezoning go-ahead with Vice Mayor Tom Durham and councilors Tammy Caputi, Betty Janik, Linda Milhaven and Solange Whitehead voting to approve. Nay votes were cast by Councilor Kathy Littlefield and Mayor David Ortega.

The project, at 10050 N. Scottsdale Road, is known as High Street Residential Development Plan.

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