Sunday, March 31, 2013

Apartment, condo complexes, Fry’s revamp get Scottsdale council OK


An apartment complex that will replace Rural/Metro’s Corp’s billing and call center was approved by the Scottsdale City Council on Tuesday.

The council also gave the go-ahead for an eight-story condominium complex in downtown’s entertainment district and a face lift for an aging Fry’s shopping center.

Wood Partners, a developer of multifamily residences, plans to build a four-story, 218-unit apartment complex at the northeastern corner of Indian School and Granite Reef roads. The site has been home to the Rural/Metro center, which is closing.

The $35 million apartment complex will be named Alta Scottsdale.

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