Loloma 5 – A completely modern Live/Work solution at a new level of urban experience and architectural design. Showcasing a fabulous palette of materials designed and conceived by Architect Will Bruder. Every unit offers commercial office space, 2 bedrooms, roof terrace, and a view patio aligned with Camelback Mountain. This was the first development in the Loloma Arts District which offers easy access to the very best of historic downtown Scottsdale, including the art centers of Main Street, Marshall Way, transit centers, Canal Front Development and the refurbished Hotel Valley Ho.
A rich palette of Materials includes: sandblasted concrete block, standing seam zinc, corrugated steel, fiberglass and LUMAsite panels, plus a desert inspired vibrant color scheme on the limited stucco surfaces. Interiors feature maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, finished concrete, linoleum and commercial carpeted floors and light-filled spaces.
One of the first Downtown Scottsdale projects built under the City of Scottsdale Green Building Program, Loloma 5 features Desert Landscape by Debra Burnette. The drives are stabilized decomposed granite and there is a living ocotillo fence along the north property line.
The developer was Context development who has built a unique niche by supporting and promoting in-fill projects featuring innovative, expressive and sustainable architecture appropriate to the region.
Loloma 5 was built by Preferred Building Systems and the project was sold by Jarson & Jarson Real Estate who specialize in the marketing of Architecturally Unique Homes and inventive new construction projects. [Property Details]