Scottsdale Real Estate Blog

Scottsdale real estate is always at the top of mind for The Kay-Grant Group as we assist dozens of individuals every month interested in finding or selling their next piece of Arizona real estate; whether that's looking for Old Town Scottsdale condos for sale, a downtown Phoenix loft for sale, or selling their house in northern Phoenix. The Kay-Grant Group are your premier Scottsdale Realtors.

This blog focuses on topics relevant to the Scottsdale and Phoenix metro real estate community as well as to those residing in The Valley that are interested in things to do around The Valley or the general going-ons in Phoenix and Scottsdale.

Who is The Kay-Grant Group?

The Kay-Grant Group is owned and managed by Geoff and Andrea Lilienfeld whom reside in Old Town Scottsdale.  We are a group of passionate real estate agents that specialize in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and all places that we call "The Valley."  We are passionate real estate professionals that bring a strong business acumen to the Phoenix and Scottsdale real estate world.

In addition to being Valley real estate agents, we are also real estate investors.  We own several investment properties in Scottsdale and love to help those that are seasoned real estate investors, or those just getting started, to search for great investment properties and calculate the numbers.  If you're just getting started we can help you understand how to target great investment opportunities.

When it comes to selling homes we are extremely aggressive and execute marketing plans for every home we list, often times including aggressive mailing campaigns to neighbors and other individuals whom the home might be of interest to.

Need a Good Real Estate Agent?

If you're interested in purchasing a home and would like to work with premier Scottsdale Realtors, please Contact Us and we can get you setup on a custom search.  If you have any interest in selling your home, or just want to know what it's worth, Contact Us and we'll perform a market valuation to let you know what we believe your house, condo, or townhouse could sell for. 

 

May 4, 2018

4 Tips for Choosing the Best Realtor in Scottsdale

 

Planning a move to the Scottsdale area? Dreading the process of combing through the vast amounts of available real estate agents to hire to make sure that you find the perfect house or condo in Scottsdale, AZ?

 

Between the countless yard signs, billboards, online advertisements, direct-mail flyers, and door hangers, it can feel like an impossible task to know how to pick the agent who is best suited for your needs.

 

Preparing to buy a home can feel stressful as you weigh all your options. Choosing an agent who is communicative, accommodating, and industry-savvy can make all the difference between an enjoyable home buying experience or a complete headache.

 

Here are four tips to help you choose the best realtor in Scottsdale.

 

1. Find a Full-Time Agent

 

You’ll be spending a lot of time with your realtor in the coming weeks. Knowing they are always available to help gives you the peace of mind necessary to know your needs will be met.

 

If you have a question, you won’t want an agent who can’t get back to you until after they are finished at their other job. Ensure the realtor you hire can give you their full attention and is available to you via phone and email whenever necessary.

 

2. Check Their Experience Level

 

Ask potential agents how long they have been in business. Ideally, you will want to hire an agent with at least three years of experience. This provides more assurance that you’re working with someone who has the understanding and skills needed to help you.

 

You can also look up customer reviews on the agent to see what other people are saying about them. If you can find very few reviews or multiple negative comments, it may be better to move on to the next candidate.

 

3. Make Sure They Have the Necessary Connections

 

Your agent will be there with you throughout the entire processing of buying your new home. There are many steps that involve numerous people who all have different roles.

 

Make sure your agent has a network of individuals ranging from lenders and lawyers to contractors and interior designers. These previously made relationships will keep things running smoothly and prevent you from having to search for these people yourself.

 

4. Hire Someone Who Is Local

 

Having a long-distance relationship can be difficult for a dating couple and it can be just as complicated to have a long-distance relationship with a real estate agent. Finding a local realtor is key to having a strong business relationship during your home buying process. You want someone who is aware of your market and knows how to find what you’re looking for.

 

A reliable agent will be aware of other homes that have recently sold in the area. They’ll know details surrounding similar properties and their sales prices. You can also ask them questions about the local entertainment, restaurants, and nightlife.

 

The Kay-Grant Group only employs full-time and professional agents.  Andrea will work with you every step of the way and include team members when appropriate that are experts in their particular area.  

 

If you are planning a move to Scottsdale or one of the surrounding areas, please contact us to learn more. For additional details about what we can do for you be sure to check out www.kay-grant.com.

 

Andrea's specialties include Scottsdale and Andrea works with dozens of clients especially around the Old Town Scottsdale area including Old Town Scottsdale AZ Condos and houses.  Andrea is one of very few Realtors that assists with multiple transactions in the Optima in Old Town Scottsdale every year.

May 1, 2018

Coffee And Beer Proves To Be Winning Combo For These Local Entrepreneurs

While there’s nothing like a fantastic cup of coffee when it comes to putting a little pep in your step, sometimes you need a different kind of kick in the pants. When venturing out, that typically means you need to plan out your itinerary based on the way your personal winds may be blowing for that day. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a stellar local place in which you could snag either of the beverages of your choice - both of the caffeinated kind and of the adult variety?

 

Good news - there is, and the concept is catching on in our neck of the woods. In fact, another one just opened up in Scottsdale at 7306 E. Shea Blvd. Sip Coffee & Brew Kitchen debuted as a single coffee shop on North Scottsdale Road in Old Town Scottsdale back in 2014, and it is now celebrating the opening of its third location. Travis Radevski, who co-founded of Sip along with Tida Radevski, offered up some insight into his light bulb moment that inspired the business. 

 

“Sip offers an experience that sets itself above the typical coffee shop and/or bar. Customers want to enjoy a great cup of coffee, families want great food and business people want a place to come and have a great craft beer after work,” he explained.

 

Sip is enjoying such success that it’s attracting interest from outside investors. Chris Loeffler, CEO and Co-Founder of Caliber - The Wealth Development Company, has taken the plunge to help Sip achieve further liftoff and grow even further.  

 

“Caliber invests in people first and foremost, and Travis has the background and work ethic to make this brand an Arizona success story. Caliber has hotels and retail investments in multiple markets that could benefit from a dynamic brand like Sip taking space in our projects. We are excited to see what the future holds for Sip,” he said according to Business Wire.

 

Sip

 

It sounds like a win-win relationship has sprouted up, as the unique concept of Sip has certainly been a hit with local residents. It all started off with the first Sip Coffee & Beer House in 2014, and that was followed up with a new addition to the roster. Sip Coffee & Beer Garage, located in Arcadia, opened its doors to rave reviews in 2015. The newest member of the family - Sip Coffee & Beer Kitchen - opened up just recently. It’s the brand’s first full-service restaurant and dine-in cafe, and customers can enjoy options from all three day parts. As Travis indicates, his growing company has even more irons in the fire to tend to in the coming years.     

 

“We’re extremely proud of our rapid growth and recognize the value to further achieve our vision with a partner like Caliber. We already have two more locations planned with a target of 10 locations in the coming years,” he added.

 

So whether you’re in the mood for coffee or a beer, be sure to take a trip to Sip and raise your cup or glass to an awesome local success story.  As entrepreneurs and investors in Scottsdale ourselves we're always happy to see other success stories popping up in the neighborhood.  

 

If you're interested in living close to a Sip, you can see all Scottsdale real estate for sale here.

 

Quotes were taken from Source: Business Wire

April 26, 2018

New North Phoenix Community Will Be 1st Of Its Kind In The Nation

New developments always have a way of capturing the attention of local residents. After all, who doesn’t like to stop and check out the happenings at a bustling construction site and wonder how it’s all going to turn out? Before too long, the development itself will meld right in with the surrounding landscape, and it will be business as usual as everyone moves on with their lives. 

Luna Azul North Phoenix

Every once in awhile, a really special development pops up that really captures the imagination. This one falls into that category, as it takes down the mantle of first of its kind in the nation - and it’s coming to the North Phoenix area. Developer Mark Roth and company are breaking ground on Luna Azul, a new 30 home community that’s being put together for an awesome purpose. 

Luna Azul is the first for-sale residential community for adults with special needs in the nation. Roth was inspired to build the community through his own life experiences, as he has an adult daughter with special needs. He gained valuable firsthand knowledge of how challenging it was to find suitable accommodations for her, not to mention a place that he would feel comfortable with himself. Roth had his lightbulb moment from that point, and Luna Azul was soon on the drawing board.      

“Luna Azul is a community where residents can live permanently, safely, and make lasting friendships,” he explains. “The community is suitable for adults with disabilities, providing them and others convenient access to services, vocational opportunities and urban amenities, and an atmosphere within which to live life securely and on their own terms.” 

The new development will consist of 2- and 3-bedroom homes that range in size from 1,152 to 1,956 sq. ft. Residents will have a choice of four different floor plans, and all home will feature large front porches and open living spaces. Prices will range from the mid-$300,000s to mid-$500,000s, and LaunchPAD Sales & Marketing Group is on board to ensure the community sells out before too long.  

Luna Azul will offer up a number of amenities for residents, including a multi-purpose flex room and kitchen, a clubhouse with a living room, and a pool. The community will have gated and controlled entry, 24/7 onsite staff, and a full-time director to assist residents with their needs. 

Luna Azul Cottage

For further inspiration, Roth drew on concepts made famous noted architect Ross Chapin, who envisioned what he referred to as “pocket neighborhoods,” which “provides the setting for neighbors to develop meaningful relationships beyond family and housemates.”

Hats off to Roth for an exceptional idea. Luna Azul sounds like it’s going to be a big hit, as well as a welcome addition to the area. 

If you're interested in learning more about Luna Azul, North Phoenix, or Scottsdale homes please don't hesitate to reach out and contact Andrea Lilienfeld at 480-387-3990.

 

 

April 23, 2018

Old Town Scottsdale Real Estate Market Trends (April 2018)

Yes, The Scottsdale Real Estate Market is Up :)

As you can imagine, we get a lot of questions around the real estate market in Old Town Scottsdale seeing as how we sell a lot of homes and condos in and around Old Town Scottsdale as well as reside in a condo in Old Town in the Optima Camelview.

Since 2008 we've seen the prices of single family homes and condos around all of Scottsdale increase substantially.  One of the main questions people have is will the prices of homes in Old Town Scottsdale maintain their current value, will they go up in value, or will they potentially decrease in the next several years (some people like to ask us if the Scottsdale housing market is going to crash).  

I can't tell you what the real estate market is going to do, but I can look at what it has done.

Let's take a look at the average price per square foot of all homes that sold in the Phoenix metro area over the last 5 years

Scottsdale Price Per Foot Last 5 years

We certainly see an upwards trend here.  In fact, 2018 appears to be off to quite the start really blowing the numbers for the same period in 2017 out of the water.  Q2 of 2017 averaged $159.41 and thus far in Q2 of 2018 (we're only 20 days in keep in mind) we're at $191.09.

If this is the Phoenix metropolitan area as a whole, how does Old Town Scottsdale specifically compare?  To keep things simple, let's define Old Town Scottsdale as being the 85251 zip code since that encompasses the majority of Old Town.

Old Town Scottsdale Real Estate Market Trend

It isn't surprising that the average price per square foot in Old Town Scottsdale is higher than the entire Phoenix metro, but it is interesting how steep the trendline is.  With that being said, 2018 isn't seeing the super large push that the rest of the metro is.

Guess where we are seeing the big price explosion?  Scottsdale as a whole!

Scottsdale Real Estate Market Trend

The price per square foot of homes in Scottsdale are really skyrocketing as of the last year and a half.

Continuing to look at the 85251 (Old Town) zip code, let's break this up by dwelling type:

Price Per Square Foot for 85251 / Old Town Scottsdale Condos and Townhouses

Old Town Condos Price Per Foot

As you can see, the price per foot of condos and townhouses in Old Town was extremely volatile between the end of 2012 and 2015 before the price started pretty steadily climbing into today.

Let's compare this to single family homes:

Price Per Square Foot for 85251 / Old Town Scottsdale Single-Family Houses

Old Town Scottsdale Houses Average Price Per Foot

Clearly, the price of condos in Old Town Scottsdale is much more volatile than the price of single-family homes.

What does all of this mean about the price of real estate in Old Town Scottsdale?

The one thing that we can probably derive from this is that if you're looking a short-term investment with minimum market volatility then purchasing a single family home is likely the safer option based on these numbers.  What we can't determine, is if the market will continue to rise or if there will be an adjustment to it.

Please note that with all of the above I've done my best to use as accurate data as possible but can't be held liable for any of the data or how you use it.  Purchasing real estate is a serious commitment and investment and you should seek professional guidance before making any sort of real estate investments.  

If you would like for us to assist you in any way, the first step is to contact my wife, Andrea, by calling or texting 480-387-3990 or using the contact form on our website.

 

 

April 20, 2018

Viewing the Lyrid Meteor Shower in Arizona

Peaking in the early hours of Sunday and Monday morning, the Lyrid Meteor shower will be making an appearance across the night sky. While the meteor shower can still be seen until April 25, this Sunday will be the best time to spot the meteors in Arizona. You'll be able to spot about 15 to 20 meteors per hour if you are able to find a place that has minimal light pollution.

scottsdale meteor

“The Lyrid meteor shower will be the first significant meteor shower in a few months,” AccuWeather Astronomy Blogger Dave Samuhel said. With the waxing moon, there should be little interference from moonlight after the moon sets around midnight.

 

The Lyrid meteor shower is an annual shower and is one of the oldest, dating back to at least 687 B.C when it was first observed by Chinese astrologists. Earth is crossing the orbital path of the Comet Thatcher, which causes pieces of the comet to enter into the atmosphere. These pieces burn, which causes the streaks of light we see across the sky. 

 

While it won’t be as dazzling of a show compared to the Perseids meteor shower occuring in August, the Lyrid’s will provide a much more pleasant viewing experience with overnight temperatures in the mid 70. Some cloud cover is expected Sunday and Monday night, but there should be enough breaks in the clouds to spot meteors.

If you are unable to catch the shower this weekend, you can try again the following weekend. The evening of May 6 and the morning of May 7 will be the peak time for the Eta Aquarid shower. The Earth is passing through debris left over from Halley’s comet, which is the cause of this annual shower. However, if you only have time to see one meteor shower, pick Lyrid’s. More meteors will be visible at a higher frequency.

Where to see them

Even though state parks and most trails are closed during the prime meteor viewing hours, you can still find places with minimal lights. Pick a direction and drive about an hour outside of the Phoenix and Scottsdale city limits, away from big lights. The darker the sky the more meteors you will be able to see. The South Mountain, Cave Creek, or Picketpost mountain areas could be good places to escape from the light pollution. To check light pollution in your desired viewing area, check this map.

Tips

To see the most meteors, go about an hour before dawn. Between 1 am and 5 am is the best viewing time.

If you aren’t able to drive away from the city limits of Scottsdale, at least move away from any house or street lights. Any glaring light will interfere with your ability to see the meteors.

Save your neck and lie down to be able to see the full night sky. Since you might be staring up for an hour or more, this will be much more comfortable.

Binoculars or special glasses aren’t needed to see the show and can actually reduce the number of meteors you see because your view will be focused on just one part of the sky. All you need to do is open your eyes!

Plan to stay outside for at least 30 minutes in order to catch a sighting of a few meteors.

In the second half of the night, you will also be able to see Mars and Saturn. Right before dawn, Mercury will be visible as well.

Don't expect to see much around your Old Town Scottsdale condo but I'm guessing that heading north towards Sedona would provide a great place to view the the meteors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in AZ Events
April 18, 2018

Optima Camelview Market Update

If you're interested in the Optima Camelview Village condos real estate market, this is certainly a quick video that you should watch. Scottsdale Realtor Geoff Lilienfeld explores the Optima Camelview real estate market including condos presently on the market in Optima Camelview, as well as those recently sold.

 

For those that prefer to read the market update we have included the transcript below:

Today we're going to take a look at the market trends for the Optima Camelview Village in Old Town Scottsdale. Many people are familiar with the Optima. The Optima is a 700 unit condo complex located just off of North Scottsdale Road, just north of Fashion Square Mall.

We're taking a look here at trends for the past three years. Going back to the first quarter of 2016, for those that don't know there was a developer lawsuit that you see occur here and really hit the Optima sales prices pretty hard at the end of 2016. If we come back here we see average price per square foot at about $390 in the beginning of 2016, and by the end of 2016 we are down to $345 per square foot, so that lawsuit that the Optima went through definitely hit it pretty hard, but once that lawsuit is settled we can see it really rebounding.

Let's talk real quick about why it is that lawsuits cause the market to drop. A lot of it is fear that you won't be able to sell the condo because once a lawsuit is actually in litigation it's very hard to write loans against that condo. They're no longer warranted, and they pretty much cannot be borrowed against through conventional financing. In the Optima's case it never actually entered litigation, is my understanding. It was settled beforehand. I am not an expert on this litigation, but that's my understanding from hearsay at least.

We see that it definitely rebounded quite a bit once that was settled, and as we get into Q3 of 2017 it's up to $405 a foot, so actually higher than what we saw a year and a half earlier. Unfortunately, we've started to see prices continue to actually drop since that point in time bringing us to today where thus far for Q2 of 2018 the average price per square foot is actually down to $369 at the Optima Camelview, which is significantly lower from that $405 price point. That's almost a 10% fall, so we have seen prices go down.

In terms of the number of sales, the fact that 25 units have sold, and we've just barely began the second quarter, definitely says that we should expect to see a decent number of condos exchanging hands this year, even though yes, the spring is notoriously high season, especially for the Optima. The fact that we've already seen 25 units close would lead us in the direction to believe that inventory will be turning over and exchanging hands this year. Hopefully for everyone that owns units at the Optima, we will see this continue to change and go back to rising a little bit instead of dropping.

Now lets compare this to the rest of 85251. You'll see that 85251, this is the main Old Town Scottsdale zip code, has certainly been on the rise over the last few years. If you look at the two of those it does not bode well for the Optima. Again, hopefully this changes, and that's all homes including single family, and if we look specifically at our townhouses and condos, again in Old Town Scottsdale, we still see a very similar trend to what we just saw for the single family. Overall I'd say bad news for Optima Camelview Village prices at this exact time, but that doesn't mean that they won't rebound. We have seen that Optima can be somewhat of a volatile market in the past, so we will be looking for that to change.

The Optima is just one of several Old Town Scottsdale Condo communities.  If you have any questions about the Optima, Old Town Scottsdale houses or condos, or anywhere else in the AZ valley, please reach out. My wife, Andrea Lilienfeld, is the best person to contact. Her email is andrea@kay-grant.com and her number is 480-387-3990

 

March 8, 2018

New Bowling Alley in Old Town Scottsdale

A nightclub and bowling alley mixed into one. Located in the Entertainment District of Old Town Scottsdale, Sky Lanes breaks up the monotony of the regular club and bar scene. 

With six lanes showing vibrant graphics of piano keys, fish, flags, or whatever shows your personality, Sky Lanes has opened up a whole new flavor to your nightlife. Featuring a full food menu, but even better, a full bar, you can spend the night showing off your moves to your friends or sitting back with a cold one and watching them sink their gutter balls. 

Even if you are more of an early bird, Sky Lanes has something for you. Stop in Saturday and Sunday mornings at 11am for Brunch & Bowling and Champagne specials. So, whether you are looking to begin your night with a light game, amp things up at the end of the night, or sip on a mimosa Sunday morning, Sky Lanes has you covered.

Hours: 

Monday - Friday 6pm - 2am

Saturday + Sunday 11am - 2am

Location:

Sky Lanes is located at 7320 E Indian Plaza, Scottsdale (Upstairs from Casa Amigos).

If you are interested in rolling strike after strike and being part of everything Old Town Scottsdale's night-life has to offer and want to purchase a home in Scottsdale or the surrounding areas, please contact Andrea Lilienfeld at 480 387-3990 or learn 

 

Old Town Scottsdale Sky Lanes Cocktail Menu

Feb. 1, 2018

New Tasty Cuisine and Patio at Metropolis, an Optima Camelview Restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale

The Optima Camelview condominiums in Old Town Scottsdale are not only known for their stunning architecture and luxury living, but also for the delicious eats! Metropolis is a restaurant located within the Optima Camelview and was originally started by the guys who own Bliss ReBar and Fez on Central. The restaurant features internationally inspired comfort food and cuisine and uses locally sourced ingredients.

Stop by during happy hour, held 7 days a week from 3:30pm-6:30pm (and from open to close on Wednesdays), and get a taste of the owner’s favorites including the Amalfi Spinach Salad the Torta de Parma and the Gnocchi. Enjoy the views from their newly upgraded patio, designed by owner Ryan Rinaldo alongside Anita Lang of IMI Design and CC Patios. Read more to get a taste of Metropolis!

What’s for happy hour?

  • Every Monday Metropolis offers $4 local drafts and $5 organic convection roasted chicken wings in several different flavors such as Buffalo, Hot Buffalo, Teriyaki, Sweet Thai Chili, Sweet BBQ, Salt & Pepper, and is currently testing out a new dry Cajun rub!
  • Tuesdays, they offer delicious $5 Margaritas that are freshly made in-house (no pre-made margarita mix here) and $5 taco trios with choice of roasted organic pork, chicken, shrimp, or ground beef.
  • On Wednesdays, enjoy unlimited happy hour from open to close and get a taste of their $6 ½ lb burgers.
  • Every Thursday, the head chef offers a unique and creative pizzette special for only $7, along with $7 cheese and charcuterie boards and $7 off all bottles of wine!
  • Fridays (the owners personal favorite), calls for another unique and fresh chef’s creation, offering pasta for $11.95, in addition to $4 glasses of house cabernet and chardonnay all day and night!
  • Saturdays and Sundays, Metropolis offers Mimosa and Bloody Mary specials, along with creative chef brunch specials.

In addition, Metropolis also has new menu items! Take a look at their full menu below.

 

Want your food delivered to your doorstep? Metropolis delivers to-go food and wine 7 nights a week directly to your condo at The Optima Camelview! Give them a call today at 480-621-6339.

Metropolis Hours:

Monday - Friday 11:00am to 10:00pm

Saturday – Sunday 9:00am to 10:00pm

Located at 7137 E Rancho Vista Drive Scottsdale AZ 85251

(Located lower level in center garden courtyard of Scottsdale Optima Camelview Condos)

Interested in purchasing or selling a condo within The Scottsdale Optima Camelview or surrounding areas? Please contact Andrea Lilienfeld at 480-387-3990 or learn more about how we can help you with your real estate needs at www.kay-grant.com.

Posted in Optima Camelview
Jan. 16, 2018

Scottsdale Waterfront “Reflection Rising” Art Sculpture in Old Town

This large-scale rainbow sculpture takes air like a kite, and when winds rush, thousands of nylon streamers flow above the Scottsdale Waterfront and Arizona Canal, making it a stunning sight to see for residents and visitors to stop by and get a closer look! This latest project is commissioned by Scottsdale Public Art and designed by Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Shearn and Poetic Kinetics, whose art has been shown around the world and at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, giving Scottsdale the great honor to host his artwork and a stunning display for Old Town Scottsdale residents.

Shearn was inspired in creating this artwork display by the physical movements that happen throughout natures daily cycles. “I was moved by the schools of fish underwater and how they move in concert, and I was very moved by wind blowing through fields of wheat…and by the murmuring of birds, the clouds of starling that flock together and you see these amazing patterns happening in the sky,” Shearn says.

After a week of installation, assembled by many invisible wires back in November, “Reflection Rising” has been a sight to see, displaying a colorful rippling sculpture for Scottsdale Waterfront residents and visitors to enjoy. The art display will be up until March 3rd, so stop by and check it out!

Are you considering living in Old Town Scottsdale? The Scottsdale Waterfront is the perfect place for the one who wants to be in the middle of it all! The Scottsdale Waterfront consists of two 13-story luxury condominium buildings located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale and gives residents easy access to Fashion Square and surrounding shops and restaurants right out their front door.

If you or anyone you know is interested in purchasing or selling a home or condo within Scottsdale or surrounding areas, please contact Andrea Lilienfeld at 480-387-3990 or learn more about how we can help you with your real estate needs at www.kay-grant.com.

Jan. 12, 2018

Condo In Optima Camelview Sold By The Kay-Grant Group

Happy New Year 2018!

As 2017 has come to an end, my husband Geoff and I would like to take this moment to thank every one of our clients who has given us the opportunity and put their trust in us! We became Realtors because of our love for real estate. Not only do we love assisting our clients with purchasing and selling real estate, but we’re also real estate investors, which means that we really have our finger on the pulse of the market.

We also focus on helping people sell and buy condos, and at the end of November 2017, we sold a penthouse condo without it even going on MLS at The Optima Camelview! Read to learn more about this beautiful condo and all it has to offer!

Penthouse Condo

This unit is a penthouse condo with no shared walls, offering a great open floor plan and two private patios featuring both mountain views and courtyard views!

Patio-Optima-Condo

Connected to the great room is the condos upgraded kitchen with all stainless appliances, granite countertops, and a wine fridge, making this perfect area for preparing meals and hosting family and friends. In common areas, the floors of the condo are beautiful Travertine tile floors. The floor to ceiling windows gives widespread views of The Optima Camelview; offering three on-sight pools with four spas, two on-site restaurants, state of the art fitness center with basketball and racquetball courts. One of the many draws to The Optima Camelview, is its amazing location, allowing residents an easy walk to Fashion Square and Old Town Shopping and dining.

If you or anyone you know is interested in purchasing or selling a home or condo within Scottsdale or surrounding areas, please contact Andrea Lilienfeld at 480-387-3990 or learn more about how we can help you with your real estate needs at www.kay-grant.com.

Posted in Optima Camelview