Aerium in downtown Scottsdale seeing strong buying interest

0128Ns Business Story (Aerium)Over 40 percent of Aerium, a community by Landmark Homes USA, is reserved with final sales expected toward the end of January, when the development receives its public disclosure report from the Arizona Department of Real Estate, according to a  press release.

Aerium is in downtown Scottsdale.

“We’ve opened to a fantastic reception from the real estate community and urban lifestyle home shoppers,” says John Kostaras, Landmark’s general manager, in a prepared statement.  “And, even though we’re in the heat of the winter visitor season, we are seeing a 70 percent reservation rate from locals.”

Part of Landmark Group of Companies (Alberta, Canada’s largest home builder with a legacy of 37 years and 15,000 homes), Landmark Homes USA unveiled it’s first US project Aerium just three months ago with the opening of their sales office on 70th St. and Goldwater Boulevard.

“It’s rare for a new community by a locally unknown builder to garner this much pre-sale activity before breaking ground,” according to Ken Johnson, Landmark’s Marketing VP. “It can often be difficult to sell a community’s vision with no dirt moving and no construction activity.”

Within the Scottsdale arts district, Aerium features 27 contemporary townhomes ranging from 1,429 to 1,849 square feet, two to four bedrooms and 2.5 to 3.5 baths, according to the release.

The three floor plans feature attached garages, oversized balconies, private patio/courtyards, the release states.

Chef-inspired kitchens and spa-inspired master bath options will also be available. 19,200 square feet of open space and amenities will include a sparkling lap pool, an organic herb garden and outdoor cooking facilities where local chefs will be brought in to prepare fresh locally grown dishes that incorporate pairings from the Aerium garden.

Go to or call 866-353-8555.

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