• Redevelopment Opportunity in Old Town Scottsdale

  • 4439 North Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

For Sale

Retail

For Sale

This property is available for sale
0.08
Acres
$3,000,000
Sale Price
  • Overview

    Unique redevelopment opportunity at 4439 N. Saddlebag Trail in Old Town Scottsdale’s entertainment district. The site area consists of ±3,681 square feet. The existing structure is ±2,728 square feet. Building size could be expanded up to ±8,000 square feet on redevelopment. Asking price is $3 million.


    Site has excellent redevelopment potential for a restaurant, boutique hotel, high-end residential or unique vacation rental model.


    Property is adjacent to many of Old Town Scottsdale’s busiest restaurants, clubs, the W Hotel and Aloft Scottsdale. Adjacent property (currently “Mint) is planned for multifamily redevelopment.


    Old Town Scottsdale is a bustling melting pot of modern nightlife and historical touches of the West’s Most Western Town. It has become one of the most popular districts in the Phoenix metro area for shopping, dining and events, making Old Town Scottsdale one of the most sought-after ZIP codes for brick-and-mortar businesses in the Valley.

    Site area is ±3,681 SF. Existing structure is ±2,728 SF.
    Building size could be expanded up to ±8,000 square feet on redevelopment
    Parcel Numbers: 173-41-120 and 173-41-121
    Less than a 10-minute walk to over 1 million square feet of Class A office space
    Located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale’s entertainment district, just east of the southeast corner of Camelback Road and Scottsdale Road
    Easy access to both Loop 101 and Loop 202 freeways
    In proximity to high-end hotels, such as W Scottsdale, the Saguaro, Aloft and Hotel Valley Ho
    Highly recognizable and visible trophy location within walking distance of the Scottsdale Waterfront
    Significant barriers to entry in the immediate trade area
    Over 9 million estimated visitors to Scottsdale annually, with an estimated $1.1 billion spent by travelers per year

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Property Details

Unique redevelopment opportunity at 4439 N. Saddlebag Trail in Old Town Scottsdale’s entertainment district. The site area consists of ±3,681 square feet. The existing structure is ±2,728 square feet. Building size could be expanded up to ±8,000 square feet on redevelopment. Asking price is $3 million.


Site has excellent redevelopment potential for a restaurant, boutique hotel, high-end residential or unique vacation rental model.


Property is adjacent to many of Old Town Scottsdale’s busiest restaurants, clubs, the W Hotel and Aloft Scottsdale. Adjacent property (currently “Mint) is planned for multifamily redevelopment.


Old Town Scottsdale is a bustling melting pot of modern nightlife and historical touches of the West’s Most Western Town. It has become one of the most popular districts in the Phoenix metro area for shopping, dining and events, making Old Town Scottsdale one of the most sought-after ZIP codes for brick-and-mortar businesses in the Valley.

Site area is ±3,681 SF. Existing structure is ±2,728 SF.
Building size could be expanded up to ±8,000 square feet on redevelopment
Parcel Numbers: 173-41-120 and 173-41-121
Less than a 10-minute walk to over 1 million square feet of Class A office space
Located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale’s entertainment district, just east of the southeast corner of Camelback Road and Scottsdale Road
Easy access to both Loop 101 and Loop 202 freeways
In proximity to high-end hotels, such as W Scottsdale, the Saguaro, Aloft and Hotel Valley Ho
Highly recognizable and visible trophy location within walking distance of the Scottsdale Waterfront
Significant barriers to entry in the immediate trade area
Over 9 million estimated visitors to Scottsdale annually, with an estimated $1.1 billion spent by travelers per year

  • Property Type
    Retail
  • Submarket
  • Sale Price
    $3,000,000
  • Total Acres
    0.08
  • Zoning
    C-2
  • Last updated
    Aug 31, 2018
  • Property ID
    1999606

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  • John Jackson
    Colliers | Phoenix
     
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