Scottsdale-based luxury home developer, Silver Sky Development, has announced a new custom-home enclave, Silver Sky, which is a 17-acre community approved by the Town of Paradise Valley Planning Commission.
Soon-to-be-presented to the Town Council for consideration, according to a press release, Silver Sky is a “rare, pristine parcel, home to 12 sprawling, ultra-custom estate homes in Paradise Valley,” named in honor of the sunsets viewed from it’s Mummy Mountain site.
The last of its size in this exclusive area, once owned by the Cheney “ranch” family, it has sat untouched for more than 85 years.
“We appreciate the town and neighbors for considering what we genuinely believe will become a treasured landmark in the fabric of this incredible and highly desirable community,” said Gordon Berry, of Silver Sky Development, in a prepared statemement. “Staying true to the integrity of the land was foremost in our minds as we worked diligently to create an iconic destination with our goal of making the special Town of Paradise Valley proud.”
Silver Sky Development, comprised of Berry and Heriberto Velasquez, has also named its real estate team founding partners at RETSY | Forbes Global Properties: Chris Morrison, Shawna Warner, Babbi Gabel, and Kirk Linehan.
“Seeing the majestic mountain views and breathtaking sunsets, we can only imagine how Merle Cheney, the original landowner, must have felt on first site. Bringing this special place to a select few to build their legacy is a promise we do not take lightly,” Berry added.
The Silver Sky’s development team is noted for its commitment to “thoughtful environment stewardship and sustainability, as well as features that are focused on water and energy conservation,” the release said.