Chauncey Lane to Bring 53K Square Feet of Luxury to Scottsdale
Chauncey Lane to Provide the Perfect Space to Live, Work and Play in Scottsdale
Looking for a new place to eat, shop and be seen in Scottsdale? Residents are already anticipating the 2018 summer arrival of Chauncey Lane, a massive 53K square foot mixed-use project.
Chauncey Lane will be located at the intersection of Scottsdale Road and Chauncey Lane and will bring an array of high-end retailers (what else would you expect in Scottsdale?!), fitness centers, restaurants and adjacent luxury residences.
LGE Design Build President and CEO David Sellars noted, “From its walkability to its luxurious exterior and interior features, every element of Chauncey Lane will be thoughtfully, artfully designed and executed. Expect an upscale, interconnected environment that offers virtually everything you need at one address.”
This exclusive destination-within-a-destination was created and executed by developer DBM Ventures, with LGE Design Build serving as general contractor and Cawley Architects/AV3 Design taking on the role of lead architect for the project.
“I appreciate this new investment in Scottsdale,” said Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane. “This is a great mixed-use project in a great location that will provide wonderful new amenities for our citizens and visitors.”
The residential component of Chauncey Lane will feature over 300 units complete with state-of-the-art amenities, elegant interiors and common areas and top-tier features throughout, including a rooftop exercise clubhouse and pool.
“The trend nowadays is to stick closer to home,” said Sellers. “Chauncey Lane offers the same luxuries as today’s thriving downtown areas, but without the parking headaches or commute home.”
The destination will take shape in a space rich in Arabian horse history, and citizens and visitors can expect nods to the land’s early days as a horse training ground in Chauncey Lane’s style and style components.
“From a developmental perspective, this part of Scottsdale is an ideal investment opportunity,” said Bret Anderson of DBM Ventures. “There’s a strong existing residential component, productive, successful people and an incomparable quality of life.”
I can’t wait to see what the end result looks like and what kinds of restaurants and boutiques will fill up the retail space! What would you like to see in this innovative and luxury space?