Ascent at The Phoenecian sells over $100 million in new residences

Posted 12/18/21

Ascent at The Phoenician has now exceeded more than $100 million in sales of its mountainside residences and golf villas. 

Situated at the base of Camelback Mountain and overlooking The …

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Ascent at The Phoenecian sells over $100 million in new residences


Ascent at The Phoenician has now exceeded more than $100 million in sales of its mountainside residences and golf villas. 

Situated at the base of Camelback Mountain and overlooking The Phoenician Golf Course located adjacent to The Phoenician resort in Scottsdale, the private-gated community of Ascent has become one of Arizona’s most coveted new luxury real estate offerings. 

The Ascent golf villas are currently more than 90% sold with only two homes remaining, which include homes ranging from two-bedroom to three-bedroom plus den and office plans, extensive indoor-outdoor living, private two-car garages and views of both the golf course and Camelback Mountain. 

“Ascent at The Phoenician’s Mountainside Residences are truly unique with their highly desirable location sitting directly on Camelback Mountain, offering magical panoramic Valley and mountain views, and being mere steps from the luxurious Phoenician,” Todd Patrick, Replay Destinations’s vice president of sales and marketing, stated in the release.

Construction of the golf villas is expected to be completed in mid-2022. 

In addition, after just a few weeks, Ascent has sold more than $50 million of its mountainside condominiums with construction expected to begin in January and to be completed in 2023. 

“The condominiums are the next chapter in this storied legacy community,” Patrick stated. “We continue to exceed expectations with more than $100 million in combined sales of the golf villas and condominiums in less than a year. Construction of Ascent’s golf villas is well underway and soon the mountainside residences will be under construction.”

An intimate building of 40 luxury condominiums located on Camelback Mountain, Ascent’s mountainside residences consist of one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, and three-bedroom plus den plans. 

Prices for the remaining residences range from $1.5 million up to $5 million.

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The Ascent Mountainside Residences feature seamless indoor-outdoor living, floor-to-ceiling glass to optimize views and natural light, Sub Zero and Wolf appliances, and spa-inspired bathrooms. 

These exclusive condominiums will enjoy a prime location adjacent to the Mountain Club, a private club for owners at Ascent that includes a private pool, fitness and movement rooms, social spaces and a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes along with private chef experiences. 

Architecturally designed as a modern interpretation of the historic Jokake Inn on The Phoenician resort grounds, the Mountain Club will be an intimate gathering place for connection, wellness, celebration and relaxation. 

Programs, amenities and events will take place in a setting that celebrates the iconic Camelback Mountain and everything the Sonoran Desert has to offer.

Residents can enjoy a spacious, private rooftop terrace that provides 360-degree views of both the Valley and Camelback Mountain with social areas, fire tables and an activity lawn. 

Ascent at The Phoenician residents will have a connection through the on-site cactus garden to all of The Phoenician’s restaurants. 

Residents will also have the opportunity to join The Phoenician Resident Access program that provides Ascent real estate owners with access to resort amenities, including the pools and athletic club, as well as preferred pricing for golf and the spa among other services.

“Construction at Ascent at The Phoenician is achieving a great pace,” Chandra Reilly, Ascent vice president of design and development, stated in the release. “With the majority of the infrastructure work complete and construction of the Ascent golf villas on track for completion in mid-2022, we are working with PWI Residential Construction to plan our mobilization on the mountainside residences for early next year.”  

Ascent has attracted a significant number of buyers from the local Phoenix and Scottsdale area and from various states such as California, Illinois, Wyoming and Washington.

The team for Replay’s condominium residences and golf villas is comprised of design partners from the Valley’s best internationally recognized talent including Nelsen Partners, an architecture and planning firm founded in 1990 and Vallone Design, a full-service interior design firm specializing in exquisite residential and commercial interior design among others.

Joe Bushong and Leslie Jenkins of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty are the listing agents for Ascent at The Phoenician. For more information, visit or call 480-534-4086.


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