Loloma 5 is an extensively-published, award-winning, timeless design by William P. Bruder, FAIA. This highly-upgraded unit has a mixed-use office space, spacious living/dining/kitchen area, 2 bedrooms, a rooftop terrace and a view patio off the living space, each aligned to the Marshall Way streetscape. This perfectly-proportioned 3-story condominium features loft-like interior spaces with high ceilings throughout. The original upgrades have been thoughtfully blended with recent refinements using architect-specified materials and finishes. Live/work zoning makes for a flexible lifestyle; the 2-car carport is gated and private, with direct access to the 1st floor office space from the carport and from Marshall Way.
This building integrates timeless and sustainable materials with desert modern architecture. An elegant zinc clad street elevation marries to natural steel details, galvanized perforated panels, and a Galvalume roof for an elegant material palette. Windows fall playfully, yet rhythmically, along the elevations to allow maximum north-facing natural light to flood the interior spaces.
A 13-foot master suite ceiling, 2 balconies, and walk-out roof deck complete the connection to the outdoors in this sophisticated, urban setting. This unit offers an array of custom built-in storage, as well as upgrades not standard in this development: Poliform/Varenna master closet, bathroom, and kitchen/pantry cabinetry, ILVA porcelain tile, Nora® Systems flooring, custom-fabricated sink and backsplash. A Navien tankless water heater was installed in 2019. HVAC was replaced in 2020. All appliances replaced in 2021.
More about this very special project: Loloma 5 was the first multi-unit, mixed-use project to be constructed under the Scottsdale Green Building Program. Enjoy the gorgeous views of Camelback Mountain from the two decks/patios and take full advantage of the vibrant Old Town Scottsdale location. Directly across the street from the Scottsdale School of Art, as well as minutes from the noted Museum of the West and from SMOCA, which was also designed by Will Bruder! This unit is steps away from award-winning restaurants, plus delightful museums, galleries, and shops – hurry!
Considered a masterpiece of modernism by the internationally renowned architect, this iconic building has been published in books and magazines throughout the United States, in Global Architecture (Japan), and UME Magazine (Australia). It is also featured in the book The Green House: New Directions in Sustainable Architecture, and The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary Work Architecture.
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Scott Jarson – 480.254.7510