Luxury Living - Condos
420 Luxury Condos.
910 Luxury Apartments.
22 Acre site
36,000 sqft of Retail Space
About Optima McDowell Mountain Village™
Designed by award winning architects David C. Hovey, FAIA and David Hovey, Jr. AIA, Optima McDowell Mountain Village™ is comprised of six concrete-framed condominium and apartment buildings with stepped and undulating landscaped facades that echo the shapes of the McDowell Mountains. Glass-enclosed 15-foot-high ground-floor levels will feel utterly transparent. Every rooftop deck will provide spectacular views of the McDowell Mountains to the east, beautiful sunsets to the west, Pinnacle Peak to the north, and Camelback Mountain to the south. The site features a lushly landscaped central courtyard which will include seating areas and fire pits, a synthetic surface recreation area and the balance of the space landscaped with indigenous plants, shrubs and trees.
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“We are especially excited about the location of Optima McDowell Mountain Village being in North Scottsdale so close to the spectacular McDowell Mountains and the proximity to the Loop 101 Freeway as well as current and future major employers,” says David Hovey Jr., AIA, Optima’s President and COO, in a press release.
The kind of sophisticated architectural detail that characterizes Optima’s Arizona projects: Optima Biltmore Towers®, Optima Camelview Village®, Optima Sonoran Village®, and Optima Kierland®, will be reprised at Optima McDowell Mountain Village™, and represents the next evolution of Optima's architecture and construction. The 8-story towers are designed to have complex elevations that step in and out creating depth, shadow and texture that enlivens each face of every building. Adding to the dynamic effect will be the outdoor terraces provided for every unit that will be edged with trailing native plants cascading down the building. We have designed the buildings to emulate the colors of the desert with bronze glass, railings, and planters.
Optima McDowell Mountain Village