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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 10:16 PM
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2018 Phoenix Project Rundown Thread

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PLANNED

Berger Hotel
Overview: 20 story "lifestyle hotel" with creative office space
Location: South east corner of Central and Adams
Developer: Berger Holdings/Sunbelt Holdings
Expected commencement: TBD
Link: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news...ams/715854002/



Collier Center
Overview: 25-story condominium high rise that Hines is planning at the Colliers Center, near Third and Jefferson streets. Plans call for 375 condos in the tower.
Location: North west corner of 3rd Street and Jefferson.
Developer: Hines
Expected commencement: Q1 2019
Link: https://www.azcentral.com/story/mone...ict/479051002/



The Fillmore
Overview: 7.5 acre site containing 679 residential rental units, 14,000 feet of retail, and 3,100 feet of office to be completed in two phases. This is based on information given in 2016 and may differ once construction begins.
Location: South side of Fillmore between 4th and 6th avenues.
Developer: Trammel Crow, WDP, and Metro West.
Expected commencement: TBD
Link: http://downtownphoenixjournal.com/20...-fillmore-rfp/




HB Monroe Office Tower
Overview: two phase mixed use high rise tower. No verifiable information available as of 1.9.18
Location: 201 W Van Buren Street
Developer: HB Monroe
Expected commencement: TBD
Link: None available

AC Marriott Arizona Center
Overview: 200 room 15 story hotel tower.
Location: NWC 5th Street and Van Buren Street
Developer: Parallel Capital Partners
Expected commencement: Spring 2018
Link:https://www.hotelmanagement.net/deve...rriott-phoenix

Kenect Phoenix
Overview: 20 story residential tower with store fronts.
Location: SEC Central Avenue and Polk Street
Developer: Mortenson
Expected commencement: Summer 2018
Webcam: this is for the neighboring hotel but shows the residential parcel https://app.oxblue.com/open/mamortenson/phoenixhampton
Link: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...300405376.html
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=227366



Palmcourt Tower
Overview: 31 story apartment tower designed by Will Bruder to be part of AZ Center renovations.
Location: NWC 5th Street and Van Buren Street
Developer: North American Development Group
Expected commencement: TBD
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=227423



Barrister/Jefferson Place
Overview: renovation of Barrister building most recently used as a Phoenix Police Museum.
Location: 101 S Central Avenue
Developer: Crescent Bay Holdings
Expected commencement: TBD
Link:



UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Haverly Apartmentsl
Overview: 256 market rate apartments on four stories
Location: 31 East Thomas Road
Developer: Toll Brothers
Expected commencement: 2019
Link: https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/...build-499.html

McKinley Courtl
Overview: 104 market rate apartments
Location: NEC 3rd Avenue and McKinley
Developer: Scott Walker, Rick Serrano, NCARB, Kym Billington, NCARB
Expected commencement: 2019
Link: http://ccbg-arch.com/project/92


Cambria Hotel
Overview: 7-story boutique limited-service hotel
Location: North west corner of 3rd Street and Portland
Developer: True North Studio, LLC + Choice Hotels
Expected commencement: Mid 2019
Link:
Webcam: https://ueb.net/webcam47.html


Creighton Medical School
Overview: education space for up to 800 students
Location: Central Avenue and Earll
Developer: Creighton
Expected commencement: Spring 2021
Link: https://www.omaha.com/livewellnebras...6bd3088be.html


Central and Columbus apartments (name pending)
Overview: 223-unit luxury apartment community
Location: North east corner of Central Avenue and Columbus Avenue
Developer: Fore Property Co.
Expected commencement: Mid 2018
Link: http://downtownphoenixjournal.com/20...mpression=true

Cityscape Block 23
Overview: Fry's grocery store, office building, and apartment tower.
Construction webcam: https://app.oxblue.com/open/WhitingTurner/Block23
Location: Block bounded by First Street/Second Street and Washington Street/Jefferson Street.
Developer: RED Development
Expected Completion: Sometime in 2019
Link: http://www.cityscapephoenix.com/block-23/
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=227360

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The Stewart
Overview: The Stewart is a 19 story, 312 unit luxury apartment project under construction at the corner of N. Central Ave and W. McKinley Street in downtown Phoenix
Construction webcam: https://ueb.net/webcam30.html
Location: NWC Central Avenue and McKinley Street
Developer: Aspirant Development - UEB
Expected completion: Winter 2018
Link: http://theempiregroupllc.com/project/circle-on-central/
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=222307



The Link
Overview: 257 apartments and 7,000 square feet of retail space. Future plans call for the development to grow in three phases to 600 apartment homes and 21,000 square feet of retail space.
Construction webcam: https://ueb.net/webcam34.html
Location: 3rd Street and Pierce
Developer: CA Ventures/Diamond Realty Investments - UEB
Expected completion: August 2019
Link: http://thelinkphoenix.com/
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=230317




Portrait at Hance Park
Overview: Apartments located adjacent Margaret Hance Park.
Location: 2nd Street and Willetta Street
Developer: Transwestern
Expected completion: Winter 2018
Link: https://www.transwestern.com/propert...e/Brochure.pdf

Circa
Overview: 229-unit mid-rise apartment community including 2 Creative Office units
Location: Central Avenue and Willetta
Developer: Tilton Development
Expected completion: Projected to be in 2018
Link: http://tiltondevelopment.com/projects/the-willa/




Alta Central
Location: 4001 N Central Avenue
Developer: Wood Partners
Expected completion: Winter 2018
Link: http://www.woodpartners.com/wood-pro.../alta-central/



Urban Living on Fillmore
Location: 609 North Second Avenue
Developer: Native American Connections
Expected completion: Winter 2018
Overview: 63 affordable apartments with ground floor community space and supportive services.


RECENTLY COMPLETED

The Churchill
Overview: Shipping container project containing restaurants and bars with artist space and retail.
Location: NEC 2nd Street and Garfield Street
Developer: Private group/Local Studios
Expected completion: Spring 2018
Link: http://thechurchillphx.com/
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=231155



The Edison
Overview: 7 story condominium building
Location: 3131 N Central Avenue
Developer: Deco Communities
Expected completion: Projected to be in 2018
Link: https://www.liveatedison.com/

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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 10:26 PM
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3:30 on Friday I need to head out to an appt. I'll work on this more Monday or maybe over the weekend. Moderator, maybe you can sticky it and in the mean time anyone can send me some updated information to add.

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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 10:29 PM
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3:30 on Friday I need to head out to an appt. I'll work on this more Monday or maybe over the weekend. Moderator, maybe you can sticky it and in the mean time anyone can send me some updated information to add.

PM the info, thanks.
Awesome thread Biggus! I'll try to contribute too. One thing. Can you update the Block 23 image to the most current rendering?
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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 10:35 PM
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Awesome thread Biggus! I'll try to contribute too. One thing. Can you update the Block 23 image to the most current rendering?
please PM me a link to the current rendering and I'll change it out.
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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 10:59 PM
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This is awesome biggus. Thank you! I'll shut up now.
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What's the scope of projects?

Under construction, height ... ? There's like 9,313 lowrises in varying stages of planning, for example.
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Great thread! Thanks for putting in the work.
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What's the scope of projects?

Under construction, height ... ? There's like 9,313 lowrises in varying stages of planning, for example.
I wasn't going to create a black and white criteria. I'll be happy to add what's notable, some things have significance even when not a zillion feet tall.
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Buiggus you are missing a lot of projects my man, barrister, ac Marriott, colliers, Hampton inn and residential, Willa, whatever that other one is called at Janice park
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Buiggus you are missing a lot of projects my man, barrister, ac Marriott, colliers, Hampton inn and residential, Willa, whatever that other one is called at Janice park
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Thanks for starting this. I no longer live in Phoenix, but it helps figure out what the hell you're all talking about in the development thread
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Added quite a few this morning, need to get some work done now.
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Added quite a few this morning, need to get some work done now.
Don't forget that barrister has its new renderings !
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I don't know where those are. This is a work in progress that I need help with.
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Thanks for putting this together. Now I can better follow the Phoenix threads
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Really solid work, Biggus!
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I just noticed today walking to lunch that workers are putting up the 7th floorplate at Stewart and I think this means the first level of the building that isn't garage.

Does anyone here know the process of getting the crane out of the building? Seems awkward to have it stuck in the middle.
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I just noticed today walking to lunch that workers are putting up the 7th floorplate at Stewart and I think this means the first level of the building that isn't garage.

Does anyone here know the process of getting the crane out of the building? Seems awkward to have it stuck in the middle.
Generally, they mount a derrick on the top of the building to disassemble the crane and lower the pieces to the ground.

I also think that Stewart will be going much fast now as there is less concrete per floor for the residential portion vs the parking garage. So, we should see it going quicker at this point.
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What's the scope of projects?

Under construction, height ... ? There's like 9,313 lowrises in varying stages of planning, for example.
I think just the projects in the core and maybe projects in the outlying more urban areas (i.e. Biltmore or Kierland areas) will be good. We obviously don't really need to put a 3 story suburban apartment building out in Deer Valley on here. But anything South of Camelback to Jefferson and between the 7's I'm good with even if it's 4 stories.
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Nice thread, this is really helpful. Want to add the tower proposal at 201 W. Van Buren?

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