The Enclave at Borgata debuts luxury condos in central Scottsdale

0211Ns News brief (Enclave at Borgata) FOR WEBThe Enclave at Borgata, has opened its preview center, called The Enclave Debut in central Scottsdale.

It is near the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Lincoln Drive, on the former Borgata retail site at 6176 N. Scottsdale Road — between Blanco and Paul Martin’s.

The Debut offers an introduction to the only new luxury condo homes to come to market in central Scottsdale in many years, according to a press release.

“We are thrilled to open The Debut during the height of the winter visitor season, showcasing the superior quality of this condominium community, as well as the convenient access to the restaurants and retail offerings that are within walking distance from The Enclave at Borgata,” said Mike Jesberger, president of Phoenix-based Antera Development.

The Debut features interactive technology to explore the various homes and features. And, prospective buyers can also learn about the engaging community lifestyle and amenities, the release states.

The Enclave at Borgata will include only 90 home opportunities, ranging in size 1,500- to 3,100-square feet. There are select opportunities to combine two units to create a home upwards of 5,400 square feet.  Pricing starts at approximately $500 a square foot.

Special attention has been paid to a high level of quality, inside and out, including Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, generous patios and balconies, and views of Camelback Mountain.

On site amenities include:

  • Gated entry
  • Lush landscaping
  • Generous fitness facility
  • Resort-style pool
  • Demonstration kitchen
  • Outdoor kitchen
  • Resident clubroom
  • walking path
  • dog park

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