Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Safari Drive residents worry about sale of Phase II land in Scottsdale

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Residents of the Safari Drive condominium complex in downtown Scottsdale were told recently that ST Residential plans to sell the property that would house a second, larger phase.

In fall 2011, the City Council approved ST Residential's proposal for the second phase of the complex, including amended development standards under the city's downtown infill-incentive district and plan. It would allow an increase in maximum building height to 105 feet, from 65 feet; an increase in overall density to 55 units per acre, from 50; and an increase in the floor area of the buildings.

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