The Douglas to bring six luxury homes to Scottsdale art scene

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A rendering of The Douglas set to be finished in Scottsdale in Fall 2015. (Submitted photo)

The Downtown Scottsdale Arts District is getting a stylish new neighbor.

After years of urban sprawl, the pendulum has officially swung back into downtown Scottsdale with more than 1,000 residential living spaces currently under construction within the parameters of Scottsdale’s hip urban core.

In fact, they’re getting six new neighbors as part of a new collection of contemporary single-family luxury homes now under construction in the heart of the bustling arts scene.

“Residential enclaves like The Douglas are fueling the urban scene that’s shifting the area away from being a day-time or night-time destination,” stated Lorenzo Perez, director of development for Venue Projects and creator of The Douglas, in the release. “For the first time ever, Downtown Scottsdale has truly emerged as 24 hour environment with people living, working and playing in the urban core of the city. There is continually a growing demand for developers to deliver more residential to the area, and The Douglas is one of the first to offer single family luxury homes in the heart of the exhilarating Downtown Scottsdale arts scene.”

Being part of Scottsdale’s renowned Arts District, The Douglas was designed to fuse art with architecture in a truly dynamic way, according to the release.

Each 2,390-square foot two-story home features views of Camelback Mountain, two master suites with a den/office, a kitchen with SubZero and Wolf appliances, a private outdoor courtyard for entertaining and a two car garage, according to the release. A private elevator option is available in select floor plans.

Architect John Douglas has taken the notion of living among art to a whole new level with a set of elaborate building designs that feature his signature, dramatic and modern inspired architecture.

The richly appointed interiors feature floor plans with soaring 10’ ceilings and 8’ interior doors, according to the release. The private courtyard adjacent to the living room offers an indoor/outdoor living space that is ideal for the urban Arizona lifestyle and entertaining.

The Douglas is expected in fall 2015, according to the release.

The Douglas Scottsdale is now selling, starting at $900,000. For more information about The Douglas Scottsdale or to join the VIP Waiting List visit

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