ENVY Residences, Deco Communities’ $47 million luxury lifestyle tower, opened in September, ushering in a new era of residential living for downtown Scottsdale.
At eight stories tall, ENVY Residences is the tallest residential building in Scottsdale to be built in the last decade and offers some of the city’s most resplendent views.
“Our vision for bringing a cosmopolitan luxury lifestyle experience has come to life with the completion of ENVY Residences,” said Rob Lyles, partner with Deco Communities in a prepare statement.
“For the first time ever, Downtown Scottsdale has a definitive luxury address with a museum-quality design building that offers a cadre of exclusive services and amenities, not to mention world class views.”
Shaped by Los Angeles architect Daniel Gehman, the building is a marvel of concrete and steel meticulously designed to maximize light, space and the building’s unrivaled views, a press release states.
Buyers of ENVY Residences’ 89 coveted residences quietly began moving into the building in early September. The building is now more than 50 percent sold, the release states.
With 10 richly appointed floor plans including eight lavish penthouse designs, Envy Residences redefines modern sophistication with premier quality finishes and exquisite details. Each meticulously designed open floor plan home ranges from 750- to over 2,400-square-feet with every luxury comfort and convenience considered.
Interiors curated by award-winning interior designers Morgan Kofron Design and Private Label International fuse art, fashion and architecture with the creative use of light, textures and shapes to deliver highly sensory spaces where bold, mysterious and intuitive styles flow together in perfect unison.
Residences are outfitted with sleek European-style kitchens with Bosch appliances, high ceilings, quartz countertops, backsplashes, designer fixtures and hardware, spacious walk-in closets, wood floors and large balconies perfect for entertaining and soaking in the incredible views.
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