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Hot weather, drought drawing more bobcats into Arizona communities

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Kim Reynolds showed us the spot where some unexpected guests spent some time behind her north Scottsdale home. “It was hot when they came in,” said Reynolds. “They were on my wall walking back and forth several times.” The Scottsdale homeowner took dozens of videos recently of a mother bobcat and her two kittens hanging out in her backyard.The animals chilled out on the grill, played in the yard, and even peeked into the house to check out the family cat. “I thought th...

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Kim Reynolds showed us the spot where some unexpected guests spent some time behind her north Scottsdale home. “It was hot when they came in,” said Reynolds. “They were on my wall walking back and forth several times.” The Scottsdale homeowner took dozens of videos recently of a mother bobcat and her two kittens hanging out in her backyard.

The animals chilled out on the grill, played in the yard, and even peeked into the house to check out the family cat. “I thought they left, so I searched the whole yard thinking they left,” said Reynolds. “I opened my door and stepped out, and the bobcat was right there, like a floor mat. We both jumped up like we scared each other, and I’m like we’re cool, we’re cool.”

More and more bobcats appear to be showing up at homes across the Valley. Social media sites like Nextdoor and Facebook have been flooded with posts from people sharing their bobcat encounters.

According to the Arizona Game and Fish Department, bobcats have always lived among us, but the current drought is drawing a lot of bobcats in from the desert. “What’s bringing urban bobcats into neighborhoods is just food, water and shelter, and our backyards have that in spades,” Amy Burnett, with Arizona Game and Fish. “They are coming in and getting water from your pool, water fountain, maybe a dish of water you put out. It’s attracting them and keeping them there.”

Wildlife experts say bobcats rarely attack people, so there’s no need to panic if you see one. However, it’s a good idea not to leave small dogs or cats outside alone and don’t feed the bobcats. If a bobcat makes someone uncomfortable, they can make a loud noise or spray them with a water hose to scare them off.

Reynolds was happy leaving her bobcats alone until they were ready to go. “I just think we as people need to be careful with pets and respect the fact these bobcats were here way before we were,” said Reynolds. “This was their stomping ground before DC Ranch was developed. I welcome them. I welcome all the wildlife that comes.”

For more information on bobcats, visit azgfd.com/wildlife/livingwith/bobcats/.

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North Scottsdale’s Portico 87% reserved in initial release

Belgravia Group, Chicago’s award-winning real estate developer with more than 70 years of luxury developments constructed under its brand, has received Scottsdale Development Review Board (DRB) approval for its first-ever Phoenix metro community development, Portico, located in North Scottsdale. Portico...

Belgravia Group, Chicago’s award-winning real estate developer with more than 70 years of luxury developments constructed under its brand, has received Scottsdale Development Review Board (DRB) approval for its first-ever Phoenix metro community development, Portico, located in North Scottsdale. Portico anticipates breaking ground by the end of this year, with first deliveries anticipated in early 2024.

Located at the highly desirable area northeast of Scottsdale Road and the Loop 101, Portico has quickly become the Valley’s most desired luxury condominium community. In just a matter of weeks, even before opening its sales center, 87% of the homes initially released are reserved. Sales success for the property speaks to Belgravia Group’s sterling reputation and its partnership with the Phoenix-based brokerage, Cambridge Properties, spearheading sales efforts for the development.

READ ALSO: Scottsdale tops all U.S. cities with more people moving in during COVID-19

“The response to Portico has surpassed our grandest sales expectations,” said Elizabeth Brooks, EVP of Sales and Marketing at Belgravia Group. “We think our future residents will have their expectations surpassed as well — not only in the intricate attention to detail in our floorplans, but also the ease of Belgravia’s seamless homebuying process, including the ability for our buyers to work one-on-one with our in-house design team to personalize their home from an extensive catalog of up-to-date fixtures and materials.”

In response to the demand for the development, Belgravia Group recently released additional buildings consisting of its most popular three- and four-bedroom plans. Portico’s three-bedroom + den plan is comprised of 2,396 square-feet of gracious, contemporary design and exquisite finishes. The four-bedroom plan includes 3.5 bathrooms and 2,768 square-feet of indoor space, plus over 500 square-feet of outdoor living space, creating a true indoor-outdoor living experience.

The $100 million+ collection of 112 luxury condominium residences, situated across nine discreet buildings, will feature stunning views of the McDowell Mountains and amenities, including an outdoor pool, upscale clubhouse and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Prices for Portico’s remaining two-, three-, and four-bedroom residences range from the $800’s to over $1,900,000. To learn more about the development and sign up for Portico’s VIP list, visit www.porticocondos.com.

Portico is a key piece in DMB’s One Scottsdale masterplan development, which is planned to include up to 2.8 million square feet of retail and office space, 2,000 residential units and 400 hotel rooms upon completion.

To learn more about Portico and Belgravia Group, visit www.porticocondos.com, www.belgraviagroup.com or follow Belgravia on Facebook or Instagram.

Scottsdale man hikes Mt. Everest to raise money for Arizona kids

--> Sorry, we're having issues playing this video.In the meantime, try watching one of the videos below.Scottsdale Realtor Clayton Wolfe achieved a goal this year that fewer than 7,000 people ever have.In May, he summited Mount Everest in Nepal and raised more than $14,000 for Arizona children's charities.The feat didn't come without delays, though.He had trained for about seven years and was first ready to make the trek in 2020....

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Scottsdale Realtor Clayton Wolfe achieved a goal this year that fewer than 7,000 people ever have.

In May, he summited Mount Everest in Nepal and raised more than $14,000 for Arizona children's charities.

The feat didn't come without delays, though.

He had trained for about seven years and was first ready to make the trek in 2020.

"Nine days before I left for that expedition, COVID, the pandemic, shut the world down and it was canceled," Wolfe said.

If, at first, you don't succeed, try again.

Wolfe tried the hike again in 2021, but COVID wasn't done foiling his plans just yet.

Fifty-three days into that second attempt, at 26,000 feet, one of his teammates got sick. For the safety of everyone, they couldn't finish the climb.

"I'm stubborn in nature, and I go for my goals with everything I got," he said. "I signed up again for 2022."

His training has taken him all over.

"I did avalanche training out in Colorado, ice climbing training, lots of different kinds of training, to help prepare me for the big mountain."

He also used the Valley's mountains to his advantage, hiking multiple times a week. Some days, he said, he'd summit Piestewa Peak several times while carrying 50 pounds of water on his back.

"Piestewa Peak has the perfect footsteps on the way up," he said. "When you get to Camelback, especially when you have a lot of weight, the step might be too high and you can risk injury to your hips or your knee."

While he felt prepared, the Everest expedition takes a toll.

"It's absolutely physically demanding," he said. "You put your body through something that you might never put it through again, absolutely, but the mental aspect is generally one of the toughest and it can be for many reasons."

The end proved to be the most mentally difficult part of his journey.

He had to wait in line for hours, braving the elements, to reach the summit. About 150 other climbers were also trying to finish their Everest climb that day as well.

But then, on May 11, 2022, this Valley Realtor made it all 29,035 feet in just 21 days - a speed ascent because he had already acclimated his body prior to the trip.

"It's surreal, it's hard to put into words, definitely got tears in your eyes when you're up there," he said. "You're on top of the world. No one at that point in time is taller than you right now."

As if the climb itself wasn't enough of an accomplishment, he also raised about $14,000 for Arizona children's charities through the Scottsdale 2030 Club.

He sold 140 golden tokens prior to the trip that made it to the summit with him.

"Not only did all of these people help me raise money for a really good cause, but they got a little piece of the summit too."

He hopes his journey inspires others to complete their goals, no matter how many times it takes them.

Wolfe actually has a bigger lifetime goal called the Explorer's Grand Slam.

He has to summit the highest mountain on every continent, and cross-country ski through both the north and south poles.

Only 60 people have accomplished it in the history of mankind.

So far, he's climbed four of the seven mountains, and now he's training to cross-country ski through the South Pole next year.

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2 new independent living communities open in Scottsdale

Award-wining interior design firm, Private Label International, was selected by Revel Communities, a division of The Wolff Company, to design the company’s two new independent living communities in Scottsdale, AZ. Revel Scottsdale and Revel Legacy are scheduled to open this summer.Revel Scottsdale, located on Indian Bend Rd. and...

Award-wining interior design firm, Private Label International, was selected by Revel Communities, a division of The Wolff Company, to design the company’s two new independent living communities in Scottsdale, AZ. Revel Scottsdale and Revel Legacy are scheduled to open this summer.

Revel Scottsdale, located on Indian Bend Rd. and Hayden Rd. in Scottsdale, offers a 172,746-square-foot property with 159 apartment homes. Located in North Scottsdale at Legacy Blvd. and Pima Rd., Revel Legacy offers a 170,605-square-foot property with 171 apartment homes. Both properties are part of Revel Communities, a collection of senior living communities that focus on independence, connection and wellness. Each property is built from the ground up featuring tailored lifestyles to fit each resident within a high-end amenity offering.

“We are proud to partner with Revel Communities to bring two beautiful new independent living communities to Scottsdale,” said Wendi Stallings, principal of Private Label. “Our approach to independent living and accessibility is to incorporate it into the design in a way that feels natural and inclusive, as opposed to clinical and exclusive, to allow the spaces to feel more ageless and comfortable for all residents and guests.”

In this spirit, each community was designed as a timeless, resort style experience that features a farm-to-table restaurant, a bar lounge and a luxurious lobby lounge, which brings guests, residents and neighbors together for signature cocktails, food, entertainment and more. Additional amenities include a full-service salon, wellness and fitness center, game rooms, library, art studio, pool and outdoor living spaces. The goal of each amenity is to foster community and social activity in a safe and comfortable atmosphere to encourage life-long learning and growth. Patterns and colors were thoughtfully selected to aid in memory retention, wayfinding, comfort and sense of place.

Another important element in the design of both properties is the connection to the local vernacular of Scottsdale. Revel Scottsdale, located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, features sleek, modern and luxurious design, resembling an upscale hospitality space. Revel Legacy, located in North Scottsdale, will embrace the spirit of the McDowell Mountain Preserve with a sophisticated desert feel featuring woven and matte materials and handmade art. The indoor and outdoor connection for both projects throughout is vital, not only in function but feel.

Revel Scottsdale is located at 8225 E Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 and Revel Legacy is located at 8890 E Legacy Ln, Scottsdale, AZ 85255. Both communities are scheduled to open in summer 2022.

These 5 New Restaurants are Now Open In Greater Phoenix

Summer can be a rough time for restaurants in metro Phoenix. But a few newcomers are taking advantage of the slower season to open for the first time.Over the last week, five new restaurants and cocktail bars have opened in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Chandler. Here's what you need to know.Fans of Bourbon & Bones Chophouse, rejoice. The restaurant now has a spin-off cocktail bar located just steps away. Located north of the restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale, ...

Summer can be a rough time for restaurants in metro Phoenix. But a few newcomers are taking advantage of the slower season to open for the first time.

Over the last week, five new restaurants and cocktail bars have opened in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Chandler. Here's what you need to know.

Fans of Bourbon & Bones Chophouse, rejoice. The restaurant now has a spin-off cocktail bar located just steps away. Located north of the restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale, B&B Cocktail Lounge opened on Wednesday, June 22. The bar offers beer, wine, and cocktails along with sharable snacks including sliced Wagyu with sweet chile and ponzu butter, cheese-stuffed dates, sushi, and fondue. This is the first location of B&B in the Valley, with another slated to open at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix next year.

A new Neopolitan-style pizza joint has quietly opened in downtown Phoenix. The Desmond restaurant and bar, located next to the Kettle Black pub on First Street, serves pizzas, sandwiches, and salads made with ingredients that are either local or imported from Italy, according to its website. For those looking for a heartier meal, entrees include New York Strip, a bone-in pork chop, or shrimp and scallop linguini. The food menu is accompanied by a drinks list of wine, beer and cocktails.

Texas-famous Torchy's Tacos has opened its first Arizona location. On Monday evening, the new Camelback Colonnade restaurant hosted an opening party with free tacos, queso, beer samples, and other drinks. At 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 29, the restaurant officially opens for service. The new location includes a dining room and patio where customers can try signature tacos and margaritas. After this restaurant, Torchy's is planning to open two more Phoenix locations later this year.

The Camelback Colonnade is filling up with new places to eat, as the 47th location of the national chain California Fish Grill opened there on June 25. It is the restaurant's second location in Arizona, following a Mesa opening last year. The counter-service restaurant serves tacos, hand-battered fish, chowders, salads and plant-based dishes. The chain focuses on serving sustainably-sourced seafood.

Indian food just got a fine-dining makeover in Chandler, at Feringhee Modern Indian Cuisine. Local ingredients, including produce from Steadfast Farms and fish from Chula Seafood meet aromatic Indian spices at this new restaurant which opened on June 23. Dishes include Tandoori stuffed bread with masala ricotta cheese, pindi chana hummus with pickled gooseberries, and duck, lamb, and shrimp kebabs. The new restaurant also serves cocktails in its dining room and outside patio, located on Frye Road in Chandler. Reservations can be made online.

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