Optima Kierland announces sell out of condo tower, availability in other

Optima Kierland recently announced its 7120 Optima Kierland tower has sold out. (Submitted photo)

Optima Kierland Center announced Thursday, March 21 its first tower, 7120 Optima Kierland, is sold out and its next condominium tower, 7180 Optima Kierland, began sales earlier this year.

On Scottsdale Road and Kierland Boulevard, 7120 Optima Kierland has 220 residences rising up 12 stories.

The tower 7120 Optima Kierland began sales in April 2016 and closed 220 homes over a nine-month period, making it the fastest selling community in the Valley with triple the number of sales compared to the local market, a press release claims.

“The success of 7120 far exceeded our expectations and clearly shows that people desire upscale urban living,” David Hovey Jr. — president of Optima, the project architect, builder and developer — said in a prepared statement.

Optima Kierland recently opened sales to buyers in its next tower, 7180 Optima Kierland, slated for completion in 2020. The tower 7180 Optima Kierland has already received interest, accepting over 50 contracts and reservations to date.

The new condominium tower will offer 202 homes rising up 12 stories including one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums and penthouses priced from the $300,000s to over $2 million. Floor plans range from 776-2,704 square feet.

Buyers of 7180 Optima Kierland have the ability to expand floor plans by customizing and combining their residences to create a larger custom home. Owners in the first tower responded to this level of customization; 83 homes were combined to create 36 custom combination homes ranging in size from 1,950-7,000 square feet.

“Having the ability to combine and customize floor plans was a huge selling point for us and takes condominium living to the next level,” Kim Riggs, homeowner at Optima Kierland, said in a prepared statement.

“Living in a high-rise condominium doesn’t limit your customization abilities — at Optima Kierland you can have your dream home while still enjoying the lock and leave lifestyle.”

For 40 years, Optima has designed, developed and built communities in Phoenix, Scottsdale and the Chicago metropolitan area.

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