Current zoning allows 36ft plus unlimited height for
Example: The Scottsdale Quarter used + 18 ft for
screening. The Planned Unit Development
zoning (PUD) requested for this project allows 48 ft
+ 10 ft for mechanical screening or 58 ft tall.
Original project requested
Opposition requests 3
stories at 36 ft.
48ft + 6ft= 54 ft
Developer 2022 response reduced to 50 ft
tallest (45ft + 5 ft) with perimeter predominantly
36 feet or three levels.
Original project greater than 45 dwelling units/acre
requests less than 30 DU/acre.
Developer 2022 response-Reduced
to 34 DU/acre . If include all of developer’s
property between Carl’s Jr and Starbucks the density
is 23.8 DU/acre
NUMBER OF APT UNITS:
Originally 300 units Reduced 2021 to 278
Developer response 2022 Reduced to 238
Original submittal was 19% 2 bedroom units
requests more one and two bedroom units.
Developer 2022 response decreased studio units and
increased one and two bedroom units Approx.
percentages are 29%
studio, 49% one bedroom, 23% two bedroom
Opposition requests removal
of cantilever units over western paseo
Developer 2022 response -are removed
Opposition requests 4th
floor removed on western (golf course facing) side.
Developer 2022 response: 4th floor pushed back
leaving 36 feet/3 story on western, northern and
4th floor reduced by approximately
Opposition requests no
stucco on exterior. Developer agreed no stucco on
first two floors
Opposition encouraged Green
Developer committed to IGCC
Opposition requests larger boxed trees and upgraded
plant standards. Developer 2022
to a minimum of 25,000 sq ft of retail. with
the ability to add more retail in the “flex areas”
should market conditions warrant.
Opposition requested no first floor residential
units. Developer 2022 agreed to no residential.
Opposition requests to
retain current tenants/businesses.
offered leases to current tenants.
Additionally, a new building constructed in Phase 1 of the project will
be available for existing tenants (including Uncle
Sal’s) to relocate into prior to construction of the
remainder of the project – enabling for continuous
Originally, COGS concerned
that retail % was low for mixed use, but there are
no criteria for city.
and PUBLIC BENEFITS
Eight of the apartment units
will be set aside for WorkForce Housing renters.
Agreed to zoning reversion
if construction has not started in 5.5 years
Agreed to prohibit short
term rentals by a Deed Restriction
Agreed to accept a Condo
Plat (apartments can be converted to ownership in
Agreed to install a left
turn traffic signal at Osborn Road and Hayden Road
Designed for first floor
setbacks in excess of required 32 feet (Osborn Rd
185ft and 235 ft and Hayden Road 210 ft and 235 ft)
Agreed to two public
assessable art pieces with a preference for local
Open Space exceeds the
publicly usable 10% required of this project with
This does not include the private outdoor
open space required for the
residential component nor the required
parking lot landscaping open space.
The parking garage is
wrapped/surrounded by the building and where
potentially visible from
the 3 story eastern side , it will have a 5
City of Scottsdale parking
ordinance requires 465 spaces. Current project
provides 470 including guests.
Although not required for
any project already in the city process, G-88 did
not request the reduced, older parking code and
would provide 470 spaces.
Agreed to confirm to the
International Green Construction Code (IGCC).
Agreed to enhanced
architectural design standards with no stucco or
EFIS on first and second floors.
Agreed to License Agreements
for public paseo on the west and public plaza on the
Public will have walking and
biking along the western/golf course paseo from
Osborn Road southward.
Public will have use of the
sitting plaza on the northern side between the main
buildings and the stand-alone restaurant in the NW
corner of the project—overlooking Osborn Rd and the