Four luxury penthouses were recently unveiled at the nearly sold out 7180 Optima Kierland in north Scottsdale with two penthouses available for private tours starting this week.
Among the most impressive high-rise residences in Arizona, priced from $1.349 to $1.445 million, according to a press release, the penthouses are part of The Mountain Collection, which is a limited selection of penthouses with views of the McDowell Mountains, featuring floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and an “ultimate indoor-and-outdoor living experience.”
“We’ve truly saved the best for last as we debut these very special penthouses that grace the top floors of 7180 Optima Kierland and serve as a capstone to the most elevated building that we’ve ever created here in Arizona,” said David Hovey Jr., president, COO and principal architect of Optima, in a prepared statement. “This exclusive, highly curated collection of residences embodies our collective vision for what refined, high-design living is all about.”
Each penthouse features a private terrace adorned with hanging greenery – a signature of Optima’s award-winning design aesthetic – and upgraded finishes including European Oak wood flooring and Gieffe Cucine cabinetry, polished granite countertops, tiled terraces, upgraded lighting, 10-foot ceilings and appliances from high-end brands Bosch and Elicia.
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