The opening of the 12-story residential tower 7180 Optima Kierland brings a high-tech gym, amenities like a doggie bathroom and a spectacular sky deck that overlooks the Valley, and a high-tech gym to Scottsdale.
The North Scottsdale building was created by David Hovey Jr., Optima’s president and principal architect. Optima is known for cutting-edge, residential buildings that have been nationally and internationally recognized with more than 50 awards for the company’s commitment to design, innovation and sustainability.

As the building surpasses 70% sold and the first homeowners begin moving in, one of the biggest draws for buyers has been the array of lavish amenities on the rooftop and the ground level.

Set atop the 12th floor is the spectacular Sky Deck, which was designed to feel as if it has a negative-edge view, with the railings lowered just beyond the sightline so the eye goes straight to the vistas beyond and gives the sensation of floating above the city. The Sky Deck offers residents Arizona’s first residential rooftop running track, a heated lap pool with built-in seating areas, spa and a cold-plunge pool; a steam room, sauna and hydrotherapy areas; an outdoor theater, fire pit seating areas, an indoor/outdoor yoga studio and a full kitchen and entertaining spaces with barbecues, covered bar and counter seating with large flat-screen televisions.

The ground-floor amenity offering is Club One, which includes an indoor/outdoor fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio and fitness equipment, free weights and a yoga studio; a steam room, massage room, sauna, cold-plunge pool and spa; barbecues, fire pits, lounge areas and an outdoor fitness area; a covered dog park and dog wash; a game room with a golf simulator, table tennis and billiards; a party room with a chef’s catering kitchen and outdoor entertaining space; basketball/pickleball, squash and bocce ball courts; a lounge area with seating, TVs and a coffee and tea bar; a theater room with a large-screen display; and a business center and conference room.

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