$350M Scottsdale condominium community to break ground

An artist's graphic rendering of the future Silverleaf community in Scottsdale. (submitted photo)

An artist’s graphic rendering of the future Silverleaf community in Scottsdale. (submitted photo)

The Sterling Collection at Silverleaf, one of the largest residential projects in the Southwest, will host a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the start of construction at the $350 million development by Cypress Development Group.

This is the first and only condominium community in the Silverleaf neighborhood.

The late afternoon ceremony will include bites and cocktails from Proof restaurant located at Four Seasons Resort, according to a press release.

The event is to take place 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Sterling Collection at Silverleaf, 18835 N. Thompson Peak Parkway, Suite C-105, in Scottsdale.

The event is free and open to the public. To RSVP e-mail info@scsilverleaf.com or call 480-568-2827.

Now selling from the low $1 million, the community includes a state-of-the-art robotic parking valet, secured private elevators with direct entry into each home, clubhouse membership to the prestigious Silverleaf Golf Club and Spa, access to the Village Health Club and Spa, chauffeured car service and a dedicated on-site personal concierge, the release stated.

The Sterling Collection at Silverleaf is aspiring to silver-level LEED standards and will be among the greenest condominiums in Arizona, the release stated.

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