The real estate specialist for Phoenix realtor Sherry Loh says he doesn’t know whether condo and hotels are being rehabilitated.
Loh is a real estate broker with PhoenixRealtors.com.
“I’m not aware of any rehab being done on the site,” Loh told The Arizona Republic.
She added that it is too early to say whether the project is complete.
Phoenix realtor Brad Hulber says the renovation of the Phoenix-area Phoenix Skyline Hotel and Tower condo complex is on schedule.
The condo complex has been at the center of controversy over whether it will be renovated or demolished.
Hulberg is also the president of Phoenix-based real estate firm Kroll, Hulbert and Hulbrot, which operates the Phoenix SkyLine.
The Phoenix Skylines tower, which was built in the 1920s, was one of the largest hotels in the country when it opened in 1927.
The developer said it plans to demolish the condo and turn the site into condos, but the building’s developers want the condos to remain.
HULBER says he has heard nothing about that plan.
“It’s not something that’s happening right now,” Hulbur said.
“It’s something that is in the development process, but we don’t know what’s going to happen.”
A construction crane was seen on the Phoenix skyline near the property that is slated to be redeveloped.
The condo complex, located at 1650 South Grand Ave., was built as a condominium project for hotel guests in the 1940s and 50s.
Phoenix Skyline is the most expensive condo project in the city.
It was the second-most expensive condo complex to open in Arizona.
The $1.9 billion project was completed in 2021.