A project that has been the subject of a series of both neighborhood meetings and public hearings for some four years has finally received a green light from the Phoenix City Council.
What is being called the Residences at the Phoenix Country Club will see the $85 million construction of a nine-story development that will include a 110-foot tall tower.
The project will also include a two-level structure featuring a swimming pool and amenity deck and retail space on the first floor of the complex.
To go up at the corner of Seventh Street and Thomas Road on a site owned by the Phoenix Country Club, the project is being developed by the Scottsdale-based Sunbelt Holdings.
A real estate management and investment firm with commercial, retail, office, and residential properties primarily in Arizona and California, Sunbelt agreed to decrease by some 54 feet the originally proposed height of the tower.
The complex will go up on property owned by the Phoenix Country Club, one of the oldest and most popular golf clubs in the country.
By Garry Boulard
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