Heritage Of Excellence
When it opened in 1899 – 13 years before Arizona was granted statehood – Phoenix Country Club was imagined as a desert oasis offering members unprecedented amenities and an unequalled service level. Today, nearly 120 years later, it is the pinnacle of golf club living whose standing in the Valley is highly revered.
Designed to be respectful of the community’s rich heritage, this condominium tower has been thoughtfully conceived both architecturally and in its considerations for enhancing the neighborhood. As the plans begin to advance, future residents can look forward to a superlative addition to the community, one befitting the long-established character of Phoenix Country Club.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How many square feet will the new condos be?
A: They are anticipated to range from 800sf to 2,500sf.
Q: What is the desired price point for the condos?
A: Pricing is anticipated to be commensurate with the existing luxury nature of residential homes in the area.
Q: What is the total cost of the project?
A: In excess of $75,000,000.
Q: What is the maximum number of Condos that will be built on the site?
Q: What is the max height for the building?
A: 164 feet.
Q: How does that height compare to other projects in the area?
A: There are approximately 12 existing projects all within a ½ mile that are considerably higher in height. Crystal Point which is just to the North of the Golf Course on Osborn is approximately 224 feet.
Q: Has the developer built any projects similar to this in the Phoenix area? If so, where and what do they look like?
A: Portland on the Park which is also a residential condominium building, located 200 W Portland Street on the southern boundary of Hance Park.
Q: What is the current zoning on the property?
A: Currently zoned P1, Parking.
Q: What do we want to change the zoning to?
A: R5 HR, Residential High Rise.
Q: How are these changes going to impact me?
A: We believe that an investment of this magnitude, on an intersection that has struggled to keep business open long term, will revitalize and stabilize the community. Ultimately promoting great improvements in the 7th St corridor including shops, restaurants, and housing.
Q: How does the requested density compare to those communities most recently approved?
A: Very similar in density to other projects. This project will be Type 1A construction which means the highest standard in construction materials and life safety.
Q: What are the hours of construction going to be?
A: The Project will comply with the City of Phoenix code on construction hours.