The Minnezona Residences are 1850 sqft 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath on 3 levels with a 2 car garage and Flex room and private courtyard and balcony's on the 2nd and 3rd levels.
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The Minnezona Residences are in the heart of Scottsdale Arizona near famed Old Town, Fashion Square Mall and a short walk to Camelback and Scottsdale Roads in the heart of Scottsdale. Location says it all with these new residences. Artisan Builders has already been approached by an investment group in the hospitality industry who has expressed interest in buying all residences for vacation rentals.
Sponser is paying a 10% return monthly for 12 months through the completion and sale of the homes. Artisan Builders is a Scottsdale Arizona based real estate investor and developer and has built and sold 25 homes in the past two years for $15 mil with 29 residences currently under construction in Phoenix and Scottsdale due to be completed by year end 2019. Our most recent sale just sold first day on the market at full price - add link. This project is fully permitted and under construction with an estimated completion date of December 2019. Artisan Builders has veteran contractor teams that have been successfully building in Arizona for over 30 years with top quality finished products that sell quickly and for top dollar.Artisan Builders is your alternative to traditional real estate investing. We are looking for investors who want performance and a good return on their investment.
Artisan Builders Bio:
Artisan Builders is an Arizona based Real Estate Investor and Developer comprised of an established team of industry veterans with over 30 years of acquisition, development, design and construction experience in Arizona.
Artisan Builders has completed and sold more than 25 homes since 2017 valued at almost $15,000,000.00 and has 45 active projects valued at more than $30,000,000.00. All current projects are expected to be completed and on market by the end of 2019 to take advantage of the continued robust real estate market in Phoenix and Scottsdale Arizona.
Artisan Builders has designed and constructed award-winning homes in its neighborhood revitalization projects in Phoenix with several homes achieving “Best of Show” among top real estate professionals.
Artisan Builders pays attention to every detail and each finished home only goes on the market once all interior and exterior finishes are completed and the home is staged. This approach has produced below average days on the market with many homes under contract within 30 days and most recently, a newly completed home sold first day on the market and for full price.
Budget and quality matter at Artisan Builders with most homes coming in at or below budget and each home is finished with an eye to quality and the feeling of a high-end custom home.
Artisan Builders has been active with single family home renovations, neighborhood revitalization projects, ground up residential construction projects, historical district duplexes, multi-unit town-home projects, assisted living home design and construction, and is actively building an exclusive gated residential enclave in downtown Phoenix near major revitalization projects.
Artisan Builders current multi-unit projects include - 7407 E Minnezona in Scottsdale is a 4-unit town home project in the heart of Scottsdale near famed Camelback and Scottsdale Roads. 2250 N 28th St is a 6-unit town home project in an established part of downtown Phoenix which is seeing significant neighborhood revitalization. 3626 N 12th St is a 4-unit town home project near Central Ave in Phoenix along with Square 12 at 4175 N 12th, St which is a 12-home exclusive gated enclave just blocks from the new Central Park $1 bil residential and commercial development at Central Ave and Indian School in Phoenix.
To learn more about Artisan Builders visit www.artisanbuildersaz.com
James Guajardo Bio:
Artisan Builders, LLC – Founder – President
Artisan Capital Fund, LLC – Owner - Manager
James Guajardo holds degrees in Economics and International Business from University of Texas, Austin and Sam Houston State University. Within a professional capacity, Mr. Guajardo has over 20 years' experience in Real Estate evaluation, acquisition, rehab, and development. From 2009 to 2014 Mr. Guajardo served as a Partner of Arizona Equity Properties, a national Real Estate investment firm with a multi-state investment strategy. During this time, Mr. Guajardo had acquired and sold over 1100 properties nationally which produced approximately $82 mil in revenue.
In addition, Mr. Guajardo has always had a passion for creating educational resources for public benefit that would include Real Estate professionals to share their insights and experience with others. Because of this passion, he created Wealth Investor Network which would hold weekly real estate education and development seminars for those interested in Real Estate investments.
2017, Mr. Guajardo and his team have completed and sold more than 25 homes valued at nearly $15,000,000.00 and has over 40 active projects in Phoenix and Scottsdale valued at more than $30,000,000.00.
Mr. Guajardo is a regular co-host for KFNN Financial Radio and can be heard mid-day each Wednesday.
Mr. Guajardo lives in Scottsdale and is married to his college sweetheart and has 3 grown children.
Artisan Capital Fund, LLC
|Capital Raised to Date||$1,500,000.00|
|Total Capital Required||$2,000,000.00|
|Total Cost||$500,000.00 Per Unit Includes Land, All Build Related Costs and Carrying Costs|
|Sales Prices To Be||$675,000.00 Plus Per Unit|
|Total Sales Price||$2,700,000.00|
|Estimated Net Profit||$500,000.00 or 19%.|
Scottsdale Planned Development Projects
Old Town Scottsdale will get its first new hotel in a decade, plus five more.
City planners in metro Phoenix's tourist hotspot say nine new hotels are in various stages of planning, including one in north Scottsdale, six in Old Town and two farther south.
The last hotel to open in Old Town was the W Hotel in 2008.
The development burst comes after a marked period of slow hotel growth during the recession, according to Randy Grant, Scottsdale's director of planning and development services.
"There's a confidence in the market," he said, noting increased funding for new hotels.
He attributes some of the spark to Super Bowl LVII, which the Valley will host in 2023.
Scottsdale, with about 9,000 hotel rooms, traditionally gets an outsize share of visitors during mega-events. The broader area, including Paradise Valley and Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, boasts about 13,500 rooms, according to city of Scottsdale data.
The proposed Canopy Hotel on Marshall Way and 2nd St. in Scottsdale. Eight new hotels are being proposed for development south of Camelback Road in Scottsdale, with at least six located in Old Town and another in north Scottsdale. (Photo: City of Scottsdale)
In total, the new hotels will add approximately 1,300 rooms for the city.
- The Edition at Waterview: Camelback Road and 73rd Street, 246 rooms.
- Don and Charlie's: Camelback Road and 75th Street, 181 rooms.
- Southbridge Hotel: Scottsdale Road and Camelback Road, no room details available yet.
- Winfield Hotel: Scottsdale Road and Fourth Avenue, 244 rooms.
- Canopy by Hilton: First Street and Marshall Way, 178 rooms.
- Museum Square: Second Street and Marshall Way, 190 rooms.
- Element at SkySong: Scottsdale Road and SkySong Boulevard, 153 rooms.
- Papago Plaza: Scottsdale Road and McDowell Road, no room details available yet.
- Fairfield Marriott at DC Ranch Crossings: Pima Road and Trailside View, 125 rooms.
Only one of the hotels, Element at Skysong, has broken ground. All others, except Southbridge, has plans working their way through the city.
ONE COULD REACH 15 STORIES
Museum Square is expected to be the tallest at between 130-150 feet, or about 13-15 stories.
Such heights can be a point of contention for some Scottsdale residents and leaders, while others embrace an urban vibe in parts of Old Town. The city recently passed a downtown development plan that allows buildings just outside the downtown core to rise up to 150 feet.
The developer must provide the city with a public amenity, such as public parking, public art or mobility access and pedestrian walkways.
Southbridge developer Carter Unger said he expects to provide new public parks, plazas and shaded walkways to strengthen pedestrian connections at his project in Old Town.
Other projects are expected to range between 65 to 90 feet.
Those with height proposals already submitted include:
- The Edition at Waterview: 90 feet.
- Winfield Hotel: 90 feet.
- Canopy by Hilton: 76 feet.
- Don and Charlie's: 74 feet.
- Element at SkySong: 65 feet.
The proposed Don and Charlie's Hotel on Camelback and 75th St. in Scottsdale. Eight new hotels are being proposed for development south of Camelback Road in Scottsdale, with at least six located in Old Town and another in north Scottsdale. (Photo: City of Scottsdale)
Element at Skysong, off Scottsdale Road and SkySong Blvd., is one of eight new hotels being proposed for development south of Camelback Road in Scottsdale.
The Edition at Waterview, off Camelback Road and 73rd St., is one of eight new hotels being proposed for development in Scottsdale
The proposed Winfield Hotel on Scottsdale Road and 4th Ave. in Scottsdale. Eight new hotels are being proposed for development south of Camelback Road in Scottsdale, with at least six located in Old Town and another in north Scottsdale
The proposed Museum Square Hotel on Goldwater Blvd. and 2nd St. in Scottsdale. Eight new hotels are being proposed for development south of Camelback Road in Scottsdale, with at least six located in Old Town and another in north Scottsdale.
Lorraine Longhi, “9 new hotels coming to Scottsdale, with six in Old Town”, Arizona Republic.
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