ENVY Residences

  • $47M Luxury Condominium Opens in Scottsdale

    by Evelina Croitoru ENVY Residences Phoenix—ENVY Residences, a luxury condominium property developed by Deco Communities, has opened in Scottsdale, Ariz. Located at 4422 N. 75th St., the $47 million tower marks a new era of luxury residential living for Downtown Scottsdale. The eight-story, 89-unit building designed by Los Angeles-based architect Daniel Gehman is made

    Phoenix 17 October 2016 21:33
  • VIP Packages to Attract ‘Sophisticated’ Buyers

    Scottsdale’s Entertainment District is getting its first and only luxury condominium tower.

    West 03 April 2015 13:00

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