A new 12-story residential building, 7180 Optima Kierland, promoting sustainable living, has opened within north Scottsdale.

With the opening comes the debut of the next evolution of Optima’s award-winning, green-building design created by David Hovey Jr., president and principal architect of Optima.

Optima is known for cutting-edge residential buildings that have been nationally and internationally recognized with more than 50 prestigious awards for the company’s commitment to design, innovation and sustainability, according to a press release.

The building has surpassed 70% sold, and first homeowners began moving in this month.

One amenity 7180 Optima Kierland boasts is a 12th-floor Sky Deck, offering Arizona’s first residential rooftop running track, a heated lap pool with built-in seating areas, spa and a cold-plunge pool.

The Sky Deck also includes 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 TVs.

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