“Beach House” Project Will Line Arizona Canal

Alan Lamb and Gary Lamb, of Lamb Architects, have designed the 55,000-square-foot SouthBridge Canal Walk residences along the Arizona Canal.

The project includes an urban street plaza, which will extend redevelopment of the canal southwest from the SouthBridge restaurants and Mix retail shops.

According to Gary Lamb, the 4-story residences, with 3 levels above the canal, range from 3,700 to 6,400 square feet. Prices are from $4 million to $6 million, with firm commitments for half of the units. He added they hope to start construction by the end of the year and finish the residences by midyear 2010.

Story courtesy of the The Arizona Republic.


4 Responses to ““Beach House” Project Will Line Arizona Canal”

  1. courtier hypothecaire (1 comments) on July 1st, 2008 9:36 pm:

    The beach houses must be very luxury and expensive. But it will be definitely enjoyable and comfortable. Expecting!

  2. Matt Pellerin (15 comments) on July 2nd, 2008 1:25 pm:

    Since the article states that they are to be priced from $4 to $6 million per unit, I guess you could say that they will be very expensive.

    It should be interesting to see what the next 10 years holds for the “Scottsdale Waterfront”. Which includes a lot of residential units, Loren Hotz (1 comments) on July 13th, 2008 8:45 pm:

    I have seen that “canal”. I know water is scarce in Arizona but is a cement canal really that attractive for a condo project?

    I am not trying to be negative just wondering what is the attraction.

    BTW: My daughter was invited to crew for ASU a few years ago and that would have been their venue. Very ironic.

  3. Matt Pellerin (15 comments) on July 14th, 2008 12:39 pm:

    I personally don’t think a cement canal has that much draw to it… but, the location in general is outstanding.

    It’s in Arts District” with a whole lot of good shopping including