Ascent at The Phoenician unveils design for the Summit Rooftop Terrace

Posted 8/3/21

Ascent at The Phoenician has unveiled the design for The Summit rooftop terrace at its first new luxury condominium building, which offer 360-degree views of the Valley and Camelback Mountain.

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Ascent at The Phoenician unveils design for the Summit Rooftop Terrace

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Ascent at The Phoenician has unveiled the design for The Summit rooftop terrace at its first new luxury condominium building, which offers 360-degree views of the Valley and Camelback Mountain.

Designed for  40 owners, in the exclusive mountainside condominium, residents will have their own private rooftop terrace featuring soft seating, fire tables, multiple gathering spaces, an activity lawn plus "dramatic views," according to a press release.

Ascent at The Phoenician is at the base of Camelback Mountain, overlooking The Phoenician Golf Course and adjacent to The Phoenician, a Luxury Collection Resort in Scottsdale.  The luxury condominium consists of one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, and three-bedroom plus den plans.

Prices are estimated to range from $1.5 million up to $5 million, the release said.

“With spectacular views of the Valley during the day and city lights at night, all set right on Camelback Mountain, The Summit rooftop terrace will provide a one-of-a-kind experience for owners and their guests,” said Todd Patrick, Replay Destinations’ vice president of sales and marketing, in a prepared statement.

“Whether it be playing lawn bocce with your kids on the activity lawn or gathering for a glass of wine at sunset with the city lights below, The Summit rooftop will be an unparalleled amenity in the first condominium building we are offering for sale.”

Pre-selection of the 40 residences are underway with purchase contracts to be written in upcoming weeks. The residence building, including The Summit rooftop terrace, is scheduled for construction this fall, noted the release.

The mountainside condominium residences will also have a private club for owners at Ascent with programs, amenities and private events celebrating the “iconic Camelback Mountain.” Amenities include a private pool, fitness and movement rooms, social spaces and demonstration kitchen for cooking classes and private chef experiences.

Architecturally designed as a modern interpretation of the historic Jokake Inn on The Phoenician grounds, the Mountain Club will be a gathering place for connection, wellness, celebration and relaxation.  Ascent at The Phoenician residents can access the cactus garden available to all of The Phoenician hotel’s restaurants, detailed the release.

Also, residents will have the opportunity to join the Phoenician Amenity Access Program that provides Ascent real estate owners with access to resort amenities, including the pools and fitness facility and preferred pricing for golf, spa, food and beverage, and other services.

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