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Old Posted Apr 18, 2017, 2:28 AM
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NAU Honors College Community

New $58.8M, 205k s.f. dorm for honors students under construction:

http://news.nau.edu/honors-community/
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Old Posted Jun 6, 2017, 7:30 PM
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Timber Sky (W. Route 66 & S. Woody Mountain Rd.) - proposed Dark Skies-compliant, master-planned community with 1,300 homes (492 multi-family and 808 single-family) on 197 acres; will include community spaces and connection to Flagstaff Urban Trail System. Developer: Vintage Partners.
Status: annexation and zoning changes approved by city council in November.
http://azdailysun.com/news/local/gov...3c0fd7b98.html, http://vintagevp.com/project/timber-sky, http://timberskyhomes.com/




(courtesy: Vintage Partners)
I've just read that Vintage Partners wants to increase a mixed-use building height up to 95' at Timber Sky. I'd be interested to see how they plan to incorporate that size building into the surrounding development. I'd think neighbors at Timber Sky wouldn't want something that big. I for one, like the idea of building up, not out, but some areas (downtown) are better suited for that than others.
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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 12:56 AM
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2017 Review/2018 Outlook for Flagstaff

As projected, student housing and hotels dominated the Flagstaff development scene this past year. Over 1,440 new beds in two projects were readied for NAU students this fall: Fremont Station (815 beds) and the on-campus SkyView project (626 beds). New hotel openings included a Fairfield Inn (99 keys) and Hampton Inn (103 keys) near Continental Country Club, as well as a Residence Inn (110 keys), the first new downtown hotel of more than two stories since the Monte Vista opened in 1927.

2018 will see even more student housing come online by August, including the controversial Hub (591 beds) and the on-campus Honors College (636 beds). And the student housing pipeline continues, with The Standard (763 beds) now under construction and scheduled for completion in 2019, and possibly a groundbreaking this year for the massive Mill Town project on the current ADOT site, with 340 units/1,221 beds for students, retail and commercial space, and a parking garage. NAU will also see the completion of the Fieldhouse Ice Rink early this year, as well as a new $15M Recital Hall in October, adjacent to Ardrey Auditorium.

Here's an interesting read on Flagstaff's challenges to accommodate the ongoing growth at NAU, while struggling to maintain sufficient affordable housing in the face of spiraling real estate prices:

https://azcir.org/news/2017/07/02/fl...g-traffic-hub/
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Old Posted Mar 21, 2018, 6:30 PM
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192 unit for Cottonwood

Figured I would give this one some love,

Not really flagstaff but like much of the state the Verde Valley is having large growth.

http://azbex.com/192-affordable-mult...in-cottonwood/

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Inspiration at Cottonwood will be a new, two- and three-story garden style apartment community designed to provide workforce housing to fill a growing need for families currently living in, or moving to, the Verde Valley. Developer Inspiration Holding Company, LLC hopes to break ground this summer
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Old Posted Feb 4, 2019, 3:37 AM
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Final update: Flagstaff development list

As with my Tucson project list, this latest update will also be my last one for Flagstaff--after nearly 10 years!
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Old Posted Feb 4, 2019, 4:00 AM
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There's just not much happening here aside from construction for student housing. I'm wondering if the market is starting to cool down?
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Old Posted Feb 4, 2019, 6:34 PM
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As with my Tucson project list, this latest update will also be my last one for Flagstaff--after nearly 10 years!
I'm curious how you tracked development in two separated cities so well?

Just watching the news? Attended Planning board meetings? Or did you have websites you looked at often?
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Old Posted Feb 5, 2019, 3:51 AM
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I'm curious how you tracked development in two separated cities so well?

Just watching the news? Attended Planning board meetings? Or did you have websites you looked at often?
Having lived in both cities was a plus, and there are plenty of online resources available if one is willing to do the research.
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