Mountain Shadows Debuts Resort Condominiums Completing $100 Million Resort in Paradise Valley

The High-Designed Paradise Valley Resort Features 41 Condos with the Ultimate Perks

USA, Paradise Valley, Arizona. March 07, 2018

A celebrated desert destination has been reimagined for a new era of luxury as Mountain Shadows has officially opened its luxury wing of resort condominiums and suites, marking the completion of the $100-million resort. Nestled between Scottsdale and Phoenix in serene Paradise Valley, Mountain Shadows Resort Condominiums recapture the glamour of this mid-century playground with incredible amenities and resort perks.
 
Sitting between iconic Camelback Mountain and Mummy Mountain, the only three-story residential building in this small, affluent enclave features 41 fully furnished luxury resort condominiums priced from $840,000 to $4.1 million. There are four penthouses as well as studio, one-, two- and three- bedroom floor plans, ranging from 1,000 to 3,410 square feet, with select units available for guests seeking a suite experience for their resort stay. Expect a tranquil enclave with “lock and leave” resort-style living, as well as a rich tapestry of amenities including full access to Mountain Shadows resort, which features floor-to-ceiling glass, butterfly roofs and an abundance of outdoor spaces to admire the dramatic views.
 
“It's the next iteration of resort living—but with vibrant culture, moonlight yoga, harvest-to-hearth cuisine and outdoor adventure,” said Scott Lyon, founder and managing partner of Westroc Hospitality. “Residents and guests are checking into a lifestyle.”
 
Luxurious amenities at Mountain Shadows include:

  • The Citizens Club, a 4,000-square-foot, high-tech wellness center, complete with two 75-foot pools, cabanas, and vibrant fitness programming
  • The Gallery, featuring artist talks and new exhibitions every two months, including artists with connections to Frank Lloyd Wright and Arizona
  • Hearth '61, which serves seasonal American fare by renowned Executive Chef Charles Wiley, named one of “The Ten Best New Chefs in America” by Food & Wine
  • The Short Course, Arizona's only 18-hole, par-3 golf course, completely redesigned by Forrest Richardson, acclaimed golf course architect

Originally opened in 1959, Mountain Shadows wrote the script for desert luxury before the town of Paradise Valley was even incorporated, luring Hollywood stars including Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, and Robert Stack. Rebuilt from the ground up by Woodbine Development Corporation and Westroc Hospitality, the acclaimed developers behind Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley and Scottsdale's Hotel Valley Ho, the brand-new resort opened its doors in April 2017. Mountain Shadows features 183 guestrooms, a presidential suite facing Camelback Mountain, as well as 37,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space.
 
Scottsdale-based Allen + Philp Architects designed the resort, while New York City firm MARKZEFF conceptualized the dramatic interiors. MARKZEFF's top-tier portfolio includes the upcoming Virgin Hotel flagship in NYC. At Mountain Shadows, each room and suite is a personal retreat where residents and guests can rest and re-energize amidst the best of mid-century modernism and contemporary design. Guestrooms are luxurious from top to bottom, boasting breezy layouts, geometric lighting, spacious showers, vintage artwork and plush bedding.
 
Mountain Shadows Resort Condominiums can be booked for leisure stays, from $429 to $2,899 nightly. Guestrooms in the resort are available from $179 to $529, while the Camelback Presidential Suite is available from $819 to $1,099. For more information on Mountain Shadows, please visit www.mountainshadows.com.
 
About Mountain Shadows

Mountain Shadows is a new boutique resort in Paradise Valley, Ariz., between Phoenix and Scottsdale. Set in the shadow of iconic Camelback Mountain, it features desert modern design, 183 guestrooms, a luxury wing with 41 condominiums and suites, Hearth '61 restaurant helmed by Executive Chef Charles Wiley, The Citizens Club & Juice Bar, two pools, a fully revamped 18-hole golf course with a golf grill and lounge, and 37,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space. Mountain Shadows is part of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts LVX Collection and is located at 5445 East Lincoln Drive in Paradise Valley. www.mountainshadows.com
 
About Mountain Shadows Resort Condominiums

Centrally located in Paradise Valley, Mountain Shadows Resort Condominiums is the benchmark for desert luxury and distinctive design. Sitting below Camelback Mountain, the first and only three-story building in the small, affluent town features 41 fully furnished luxury resort condominiums (59 keys) designed for people seeking “lock and leave” resort-style living, including four penthouse resort condominiums featuring unrivaled views of Camelback Mountain. www.Mountainshadows.com/ownership/resort-condominiums
 
About Westroc Hospitality

Since 1998, Westroc has acquired, renovated and managed unique properties that exude a timeless allure. Extraordinary settings, creative design, and high service standards create the ultimate boutique hospitality experience. Westroc's other hotel properties include the historic Hotel Valley Ho in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale and the luxurious Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa in Paradise Valley. www.westroc.com
 
About Woodbine Development Corporation

Woodbine Development Corporation is a full-service real estate company with over 40 years of development, investment, acquisition and asset management experience. With offices in Dallas, Phoenix and Los Angeles, Woodbine specializes in hotels, resorts and mixed-use developments throughout the United States. The company's hospitality portfolio features major brands, independent hotels, full-service destinations and select- service stays alike. Since 1973, Woodbine has been involved in more than $7 billion in commercial real estate projects, including the development, ownership, asset management, repositioning and renovation of over 7,000 hotel rooms. www.woodbinedevelopment.com

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