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The Residences are nestled in the luxurious community known as Paradise Valley, and just a few minutes’ drive to some of the most popular attractions in the Valley. Due to a combination of good weather and endless unique experiences, the Valley has become a highly-desired destination for people around the world. The Residences are just a quick 45-minute flight to the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and the beaches of San Diego. Arizona’s best snow resorts are just a quick scenic 2-hour drive to Flagstaff.


Truly a paradise, the Valley of the Sun offers an average temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit with 300 days of sunshine. The Residences are located in the only lush sub-tropical desert in the state.


Ideally located near Phoenix and Scottsdale, Paradise Valley has maintained a reputation of openness and privacy. Paradise Valley, very fittingly named, has light, noise, and building limitations that create an unmatched state of living. Surrounded by three mountain ranges, the town offers many hiking, biking, and running trails, including the ones on Echo Canyon at Camelback Mountain, which have spectacular views.


Known as “The Most Livable City,” Scottsdale offers the perfect combination of an active lifestyle, beautiful scenery, and a popular arts culture. Scottsdale is home to the world renowned Old Town district that includes a variety of restaurants, bars, and shopping. The Palmeraie, also located in Scottsdale, is a premium shopping and dining destination.



One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon spans a staggering 277 miles in length and up to 18 miles wide. The mile-high canyon walls contain nearly 2 billion years’ worth of Earth’s geological history. It has been determined that the Colorado River set its course in the area about 5 or 6 million years ago and has since continued to deepen and widen the canyons. Also known for its breathtaking views and scenery, the Grand Canyon is a must-see Arizona experience. (3.5 hours by car)


Sedona is best known for its steep red sandstone rock formations that illuminate orange and red tones at sunrise and sunset. These gorgeous rock formations are the only of their kind in the world. Sedona is also notable for its vibrant arts community and its mild-climate that makes it perfect for a wide array of outdoor activities. (2 hours by car)


The Desert Botanical Garden offers a world-renowned collection of desert plants from around the world. The Garden has five themed trails that consist of more than 50,000 plants. This sprawling 140-acre outdoor desert museum offers a variety of lectures and workshops on various topics from art to health and wellness, specialized tours, seasonal exhibits, dining options and more. (16 minutes by car)


One of just eight cities that is home to all four major sports franchises (NFL, NHL, MLB, and NBA), Phoenix’s great weather and energetic ambience have turned the city into a year-round sports and events mecca. In addition to sporting events, Phoenix is also home to unique entertainment, shopping, and cultural and culinary experiences.


The Arizona Cardinals are the Valley’s hometown NFL team and have been since 1994. The “Birdgang” has played at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale since 2006, making it the sixth newest NFL stadium in the world. University of Phoenix Stadium has also hosted several ‘mega-events,’ including the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, the Fiesta Bowl and the Super Bowl. This state-of-the-art stadium is considered an architectural icon and was named in Business Week’s Top 10 “Most Impressive” sports facilities in the world; it is the only one in the United States on the list. (University of Phoenix Stadium 19 miles away)


The Phoenix Suns is Arizona’s longest running professional team, having been in the Valley since 1968. The team plays at Talking Stick Arena in downtown Phoenix, which is also home to the Phoenix Mercury, a WMBA team, and the Arizona Rattlers, an arena football team. Talking Stick Arena is 1 million square feet in size on an 11-acre site. (13 miles away)


The Waste Management Open, also known as the Phoenix Open, is held at the Tournament Players Club (TPC) in Scottsdale, every year in early February. The tournament is referred to as “The Greatest Show on Earth” because of its high energy, record breaking crowds, and fun atmosphere. There are also two PGA Tour Champions tournaments yearly, including the Charles Schwab Cup at Desert Mountain and the Conquistador Classic in Tucson. (TPC is 13 miles away)


Half of the MLB teams are hosted in Phoenix for Spring Training, taking place in 10 stadiums across the Valley. Spring Training takes place between mid-February through MLB’s opening day of the regular season. The average temperature during this time is between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The Arizona Diamondbacks play at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, located just five miles from Paradise Valley; however, baseball fans can catch additional Cactus League games in Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise and Tempe. (Salt River Fields is 5 miles away)



Phoenix is home to a wide variety of arts and cultural experiences, including the internationally-acclaimed Heard Museum–dedicated to the culture and art of American Indians of the Southwest. The Valley is also home to the largest art museum in the southwestern United States, the Phoenix Art Museum. Additional arts and cultural experiences can be found at the Scottsdale Museum of the West, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Tovera Castle at Carraro Heights, Arizona Science Center and during the Celebration of Fine Art.


Arizona has world-renowned dining and casino experiences including the only AAA Five Diamond/Forbes Five Star restaurant Kai, which is located at the Wild Horse Pass Casino. Scottsdale is home to Talking Stick Casino and offers the scenic fine-dining restaurant, Orange Sky. Phoenix also has additional casinos including Casino Arizona, Fort McDowell Casino, Lone Butte, Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino and Vee Quiva. (Talking Stick Resort is 5 miles away)


The Palmeraie is a retail destination located at the corner of Scottsdale Road and Indian Bend that encompasses about 160,000 square feet of high-end, mixed-use space. The Palmeraie will have more than 60 luxury and specialty boutiques, as well as restaurants. With a mix of well-curated and unique merchants, you can expect innovative dining experiences paired with timeless architecture and landscape.


The Phoenix metropolitan area has a rich theater and performing arts scene, including the Herberger Theater Center, Orpheum Theater and the ASU Gammage Theater, designed by internationally-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

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