Radiate Phx held their March 2010 meeting on the 12th floor of One Lexington, a project I believe to be the most rousing and believable condo/loft development in downtown Phoenix. We are so excited there is a condo project we can be over-the-top excited about.
Let’s talk a bit about the meeting and then discuss One Lexington itself. The evening began with the usual talk time with friends new and old. Catrina Knoebl, Radiate’s helmsperson, kicked things off and welcomed Carol Johnson from the City of Phoenix who talked about how the Urban Form project is moving forward. Next up was Rob McDonald, the President of McDonald Development… the new owners of One Lexington.
I really like Rob McDonald. Though he calls Vancouver Canada home, his family roots are from Atlanta, GA. He is a warm engaging man who is both excited and committed to offer Phoenix the most viable condo project in years. He spoke about the reason for choosing to buy the building, the partners gathered to make it work and the project itself.
One Lexington offers 145 units in 1,2 and 3 bedroom floor plans plus penthouse units and 15,000 square feet of commercial on the first floor. The floor plans are well thought and feel very gracious and welcoming.
McDonald talked about the excellent quality of the buildings and his commitment to use American made products in the build out as well as local contractors and vendors. The unit we were in had winsome finishes including wood floors, tasty tile backsplashes, clean-lined cabinets and other niceties.
Based on the 20 or so purchase reservations already submitted, I am not the only one who feels this is an incredible opportunity.
The Radiate Phx evening ended with more conversation and tours of the various models. As a downtown realtor, I found this venue exciting, a welcome addition to the community and a great place to Radiate Phx. Special thanks to Catrina and her husband Chris for putting this night together.
The Urban Connection Team
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