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Axon's cases for multi-phased north Scottsdale campus face further review

Discussion of Axon Enterprise Inc.'s cases for a mixed-use development to complement a new flagship headquarters in north Scottsdale have been tabled.Ahead of its Feb. 14 meeting with Scottsdale Planning Commission, the applicants for Axon's general plan amendment and rezoning cases requested a continuance to a date "to be determined" to allow for additional time to work through issues with traffic and water use that the commission raised at its last meeting. Axon is proposing 1,975 multifamily residential units, a 425-key h...

Discussion of Axon Enterprise Inc.'s cases for a mixed-use development to complement a new flagship headquarters in north Scottsdale have been tabled.

Ahead of its Feb. 14 meeting with Scottsdale Planning Commission, the applicants for Axon's general plan amendment and rezoning cases requested a continuance to a date "to be determined" to allow for additional time to work through issues with traffic and water use that the commission raised at its last meeting. Axon is proposing 1,975 multifamily residential units, a 425-key hotel and nearly 47,000 square feet of restaurant and retail on the southeast corner of Loop 101 and Hayden Road, next to where the law enforcement technology company plans a future headquarters campus.

While the request was granted on a 5-2 vote, commissioners Diana Kaminski and Christian Serena pressed Axon's applicant — Huellmantel & Affiliates' Lauren Proper Potter — on the unclear timeline.

Kaminski and Serena were the two dissenting votes on the commission.

"At the last hearing, I had offered that maybe more time would be necessary to prepare and you guys were pretty insistent that you'd be heard at this hearing. I'm a little concerned about doing this to a date to be determined because we did have a lot of members of the public at that meeting. They were told that they were going to be hearing this case tonight and we're asking for another continuance," Kaminski said ahead of the vote.

Scottsdale Planning Commission voted 6-1 at its Jan. 24 meeting, in front of a standing-room-only crowd, to continue Axon's cases until Feb. 14. A large contingent from the Stonebrook II neighborhood, which is located immediately south of Axon's acreage, spoke out against the company's proposal for the site.

Axon's cases were also on the docket for Scottsdale City Council's Feb. 6 meeting. The council unanimously voted to continue those cases to a future meeting as well.

Axon (Nasdaq: AXON) owns more than 70 acres at Loop 101 and Hayden Road. The eastern portion of the land has already been approved for Axon's new headquarters, which will be located in a 400,000-square-foot office building and is considered phase one of the development. As of Feb. 14, Axon has not moved forward with pulling building permits for its office building as it angles for approval to build out additional phases of mixed-use development.

Axon has 4,000 team members worldwide with nearly 1,500 based in Arizona as of January.

"At this time, it's a little bit too early to figure out how it's all going to shake down in terms of the timeline because there are likely to be modifications to this portion of the application that would impact in-progress building permits for phase one," Proper Potter said.

The later phases of the site, located on the western end of Axon's acreage, will need to be rezoned from industrial to accommodate residential use for Axon to build out multifamily along with a hotel, restaurant and retail. Axon has modified its vision for the project since submitting it to the city of Scottsdale last August, namely cutting the number of apartment units by roughly 25% while decreasing the building heights.

"I'm in favor of allowing the applicant whatever time they need," said Commissioner William Scarbrough ahead of the vote. "As I see it ... it's to [Axon's] best interest to get it back to us as soon as possible. The financial ramifications for any developer is huge the longer a project sits in application form or at the city. For me, I am very supportive of a date to be determined because their intent is not to drag this out for nine or 12 months, it's to get back to us as soon as possible."

The company bought 74 acres of the north Scottsdale land in September 2020 at an Arizona State Land Department auction for $49.1 million, which was a month after Axon reached an agreement to keep its headquarters in Scottsdale. The agreement put Axon on the clock to develop 250,000 square feet of commercial space and reach a payroll of $130 million within five years after buying the land.

The area along the Loop 101, is bustling with ongoing and future developments like Cavasson, One Scottsdale, ASM America, Optima McDowell Mountain Village and more. Axon's development is among the Valley's projects to watch in 2024.

Blasting from construction rattling north Scottsdale neighborhood

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — There has been a series of explosions from blasting in one north Scottsdale neighborhood. And it’s leaving residents like Michael Trogan on edge.The developer, Shea Homes, hired a construction company to blast and drill to make way for new houses in the community. Trogan said the blast sites are too close for comfort. “How would you feel if this was up against your house sending shock waves through your founda...

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — There has been a series of explosions from blasting in one north Scottsdale neighborhood. And it’s leaving residents like Michael Trogan on edge.

The developer, Shea Homes, hired a construction company to blast and drill to make way for new houses in the community. Trogan said the blast sites are too close for comfort. “How would you feel if this was up against your house sending shock waves through your foundation?” said Trogan.

There have been three blasts since last month. The blast on Thursday was 260 feet from Trogan’s home and about 120 feet from his neighbor’s house. He said the previous blasts had already caused damage, like several cracks in his home. He’s now concerned about the structural integrity of his home, with more blasts set to continue. “Why do my wife and I have to sacrifice the structural integrity of our home for their bottom line, their profit?” said Trogan.

The city of Scottsdale said the company Shea Homes is in compliance, and there are no restrictions on how close blasts can be to homes. However, companies must have Arizona Monitoring Services inspect and survey homes within 300 feet of the blast before they start. On Friday, Shea released the following statement:

Meanwhile, Trogan said he is frustrated residents didn’t have a say in the construction and is now pushing for stricter regulations on blasting. “This has affected us to such a large degree. I am thinking of becoming an advocate for homeowner rights and address blasting in proximity to homeowners and looking for ways to adopt proximity. There should be something established saying they can’t get that close,” said Trogan.

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Poppy’s Office Opens in North Scottsdale on Oct. 17

This fall, Poppy’s Office is set to open its doors as an homage to the late Paul Keeler, founder of Keeler Hospitality Group, which operates Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse and Keeler’s Neighborhood Steakhouse in Carefree. Poppy’s Office opens to the public at 34522 N. Scottsdale Rd., #160 on Tuesday, Oct. 17.After Paul passed, the concept for the speakeasy, which resides next door to Liberty Station Terravita, came to his son Matt in a dream. Prior to Paul’s passing, Matt and Paul had often cont...

This fall, Poppy’s Office is set to open its doors as an homage to the late Paul Keeler, founder of Keeler Hospitality Group, which operates Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse and Keeler’s Neighborhood Steakhouse in Carefree. Poppy’s Office opens to the public at 34522 N. Scottsdale Rd., #160 on Tuesday, Oct. 17.

After Paul passed, the concept for the speakeasy, which resides next door to Liberty Station Terravita, came to his son Matt in a dream. Prior to Paul’s passing, Matt and Paul had often contemplated how to use that extra space. Upon having that dream, Matt knew he wanted to use the space to honor his father and help others remember him too.

“My dad left a big hole in all our hearts and we want Poppy’s Office to honor his legacy while celebrating everything that made him such an amazing person,” said Matt, who serves as CEO of the family company. “We’re excited to bring Poppy’s Office to fruition and help bring the community together through his memories.”

Poppy’s Office brings to life a replica of Paul’s private office and boasts a number of personal mementos, family portraits, memorabilia of Paul’s favorite sports teams as well as “Poppyisms” such as quotes Paul had become known for saying. Though Poppy was the name originally given to him by his grandchildren, Paul quickly became affectionately known as Poppy among the entire hospitality community.

The menu at Poppy’s Office takes a spicy turn with “Papi’s Tacos” — guests’ choice of carne asada (house-marinated grilled steak), adovada (red chili smoked pork butt), pollo asada (marinated grilled chicken) or carnitas (slow-braised shredded pork) all served on white corn tortillas with cabbage, diced onion, limes and salsa. Cost is $3.50 each or three for $9. The menu also features chips and salsa with chile verde and chile rojo for $7 as well as chips and dips such as chilled queso dip, chunky guacamole and grilled elote corn off the cobb, fresh lemon juice, chipotle for $9 each.

Drink choices will of course be inspired by Paul as well. Keeler’s Beverage Director Adam Downey was instrumental in developing a creative cocktail menu to match the vibe of Poppy’s Office.

Hours of operation are Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 4-10 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 4-11 p.m. First Hour and Last Happy Hour are offered Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 4-5 p.m. and 9-10 p.m. as well as Thursday through Saturday from 4-5 p.m. and 10-11 p.m.

For more, visit poppysoffice.com.

Semiconductor supplier ASM America buys land in north Scottsdale corporate corridor

A highly visible parcel of land along Loop 101 in north Scottsdale is under new ownership.Earlier this week, ASM America Inc., the Phoenix-based U.S. arm of an international semiconductor equipment supplier, purchased nearly 24 acres near the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Loop 101, according to real estate database Vizzda.ASM America bought the land for more than $33 million, which amounts to more than $1.38 million an acre, from Hayden Loop 101 Investors LLC, an entity connected to Scottsdale-based De Rito Partners D...

A highly visible parcel of land along Loop 101 in north Scottsdale is under new ownership.

Earlier this week, ASM America Inc., the Phoenix-based U.S. arm of an international semiconductor equipment supplier, purchased nearly 24 acres near the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Loop 101, according to real estate database Vizzda.

ASM America bought the land for more than $33 million, which amounts to more than $1.38 million an acre, from Hayden Loop 101 Investors LLC, an entity connected to Scottsdale-based De Rito Partners Development and Van Tuyl Cos., according to the Arizona Corporation Commission.

ASM America purchased the land in an all-cash deal, according to an affidavit of property value recorded on Aug. 15 in Maricopa County.

Iver Bowden, a partner and designated broker at De Rito, confirmed the deal and told the Phoenix Business Journal that ASM America worked with Jonathan Keyser of Valley tenant brokerage firm Keyser Commercial Real Estate on the deal.

After closing on the deal, ASM intends to use the land to "consolidate multiple sites in Arizona and for future expansion of [research and development] and support activities" following a period of growth over recent years, the company announced Aug. 21.

The company supplies wafer processing equipment to computer chip manufacturers.

ASM America's headquarters is at 3440 E. University Drive near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which is its only location in North America. ASM has offices across Asia and Europe, including its headquarters in the Netherlands, according to its LinkedIn page.

In 2020, the 130,000-square-foot, two-story Phoenix building that's home to ASM America sold for $27 million to Los Angeles-based Mapleton Investments.

The company's newly acquired land is nestled among several multimillion and billion-dollar investments along Loop 101 in north Scottsdale.

The 24-acre parcel is just to the east of Optima McDowell Mountain Village luxury community and across the street from the 120-acre One Scottsdale mixed-use development. Earlier this month, Scottsdale-based law enforcement technology firm Axon Enterprise (Nasdaq: AXON) filed a proposal with the city to develop its new 400,000-square-foot headquarters along with 2,000 multifamily residential units, a 100-key hotel and retail in six five-story buildings on the southeast corner of Hayden Road and Loop 101.

Axon's 74-acre site is across the street from Nationwide Realty Investors' $1 billion Cavasson mixed-use development on 135 acres.

De Rito acquired more than 85 acres of land between Scottsdale and Hayden roads south of Loop 101 in a Arizona State Land Department auction in April 2022 for $61.85 million. The group has since sold 48 acres of that land to Banner Health, which plans to build a $400 million hospital campus there. Banner's land is to the east of the 24 acres De Rito sold to ASM America this week.

Scottsdale's economic development department told the Business Journal in May that there are more than 500 acres of developable land left north of Loop 101 in Scottsdale.

Editor's note: This story has been updated with a statement from ASM.

Axon's north Scottsdale development comes under fire at planning commission meeting

Axon Enterprise Inc.'s mixed-use development plans in north Scottsdale were tabled Jan. 24 in the face of criticism from city commissioners and a standing-room only crowd.Scottsdale Planning Commission voted 6-1 to continue until Feb. 14 Axon's general plan amendment and rezoning cases related to its 74-acre site.In total, Axon wants to develop 1,975 multifamily residential units, a 425-key hotel and nearly 47,000 square feet of restaurant and retail on 43 acres on the western end of the land it owns. On the eastern end, the la...

Axon Enterprise Inc.'s mixed-use development plans in north Scottsdale were tabled Jan. 24 in the face of criticism from city commissioners and a standing-room only crowd.

Scottsdale Planning Commission voted 6-1 to continue until Feb. 14 Axon's general plan amendment and rezoning cases related to its 74-acre site.

In total, Axon wants to develop 1,975 multifamily residential units, a 425-key hotel and nearly 47,000 square feet of restaurant and retail on 43 acres on the western end of the land it owns. On the eastern end, the land has already been approved for Axon's new headquarters, which will be located in a 400,000-square-foot office building.

A portion of the site, located at the southeast corner of Loop 101 and Hayden Road in north Scottsdale, will need to be rezoned from industrial to accommodate residential use for Axon (Nasdaq: AXON) to build out multifamily along with a hotel, restaurant and retail to complement plans for a new headquarters campus for the law enforcement technology company.

A large contingent of the Stonebrook II neighborhood, which is located immediately south of Axon's acreage, spoke out against the company's proposal for the site. A sticking point for residents and commissioners was that the land Axon was looking to rezone prohibits residential uses. Axon bought the land in 2020 at an Arizona State Land Department auction.

Residents also expressed concerns about the impact on traffic, neighborhood density and increased water use that would come from nearly 2,000 more multifamily units.

“As we used to say in the world of finance: this deal has a lot of hair as far as I'm concerned," said Commissioner George Ertel before the vote.

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Other residents came and expressed support for Axon as it looks to continue to grow within the city — a potential sign that Scottsdale can be competitive with top-tier technology companies. Axon currently has 4,000 team members worldwide with nearly 1,500 based in Arizona.

"We expect our number of Arizona-based team members to double within a decade and that our World Headquarters Campus in Scottsdale will continue to be our most significant site globally and the focal point for the bulk of our operations, but we cannot grow without finding better ways to attract the best employees to our team. The World Headquarters Campus provides the type of mixed-use environment that best serves our employees and customers while providing us the opportunity to continue growing in Scottsdale," the company wrote in a statement ahead of the planning commission meeting.

The planning commission vote came after Scottsdale's Airport Advisory Commission voted against the project on a 7-0 vote on Jan. 17.

"I'm hearing there's problems with water, problems with sewer, problems with traffic. ... This is not a small project by any means," said Vice Chair Joe Young. "I think it's going to require some more thought."

Axon has amended its vision for the project since submitting it to the city of Scottsdale in August. The number of apartment units has been cut by roughly 25% while decreasing the building heights. Axon also looks to add more community amenities like a running trail and dog park. The company envisions employees living at the residential units.

Charles Huellmantel of Huellmantel & Affiliates is the land-use attorney for Axon's project.

Axon's current headquarters is just to the southeast of the 74-acre site at 17800 N. 85th Street in Scottsdale.

The company bought 74 acres of the north Scottsdale land in September 2020 at an Arizona State Land Department auction for $49.1 million, which was a month after Axon reached an agreement to keep its headquarters in Scottsdale. The agreement put Axon on the clock to develop 250,000 square feet of commercial space and reach a payroll of $130 million within five years after buying the land.

"The price Axon paid for the land was based upon industrial zoning, the value of which is a fraction of the value of the land had it been zoned for residential," said Susan McGarry, president of Stonebrook II HOA. "Axon stands to make a lot of money off the back of the city if this is rezoned."

Axon's new headquarters would be in the heart of several huge investments along Loop 101 in Scottsdale. Axon's campus would be directly across from Nationwide Realty Investors' $1 billion Cavasson mixed-use development and to the east of Banner Health's future $400 million hospital campus. Roughly a mile down the street are the emerging Optima McDowell Mountain Village luxury community and the 120-acre One Scottsdale mixed-use development.

ASM America Inc., which bought nearly 24 acres of land last year on the corner of Loop 101 and Scottsdale Road, unveiled plans in December to invest $300 million in a new headquarters and research and development facility that will create 500 new jobs at the site.

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