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SmokeTree Resort revitalization open houses slated for Oct. 21

Virtual and in-person programs available for Paradise Valley residents

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 10/8/20

The team working to revitalize the SmokeTree Resort property in Paradise Valley will be holding open house events for Paradise Valley residents on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

The in-person portion of the …

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Development

SmokeTree Resort revitalization open houses slated for Oct. 21

Virtual and in-person programs available for Paradise Valley residents

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The team working to revitalize the SmokeTree Resort property in Paradise Valley will hold open house events for Paradise Valley residents on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

The in-person portion of the open house will be done in a socially distanced manner, and will be from 6 to 7 p.m. at the SmokeTree Resort’s former restaurant space at 7101 E. Lincoln Drive in Paradise Valley.

Project team members will be available to answer questions, and the public will have a chance to review new fact sheets on the project as well as new project visuals, according to a press release.

Additionally, the project team will be available via a Zoom open house from 7 to 8 p.m. that same day.

The SmokeTree Resort has been part of the Paradise Valley community since 1966.

Gentree LLC purchased the resort in 2018 and is  proposing a redevelopment of the property that would honor its history and rustic charm while creating a significant new gathering place for Paradise Valley residents and a new resort while revitalizing a property that is at the gateway to Paradise Valley.

The new resort will feature 122 guest rooms, a destination dining experience, and public gathering and event spaces. It will be designed to combine a rustic, southwestern feel with modern touches and amenities, the press release stated.

Additional information on the revitalization project is available at http://smoketreeresortpv.com/.

To attend the virtual open house hosted through Zoom, the necessary log-in information is: 

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