The Valley’s hottest high-rise is now open in Scottsdale. Towering 12 stories, 7180 Optima Kierland has an eye on green living, award-winning design, endless amenities for owners and Arizona’s first rooftop running track.
North Scottsdale recently opened 7180 Optima Kierland, a 12-story residential tower, boasting the next level of Optima’s award-winning design from David Hovey, Jr., AIA, president and principal architect of Optima. Sales remained strong through the pandemic; as of press time, the tower is 75 percent sold out.
7180 Optima Kierland comprises one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, plus a collection of premium penthouses at the highest floor. Though four models are available to tour, there are a variety of options for custom and combined floorplans. Listening to its residents in its other Valley towers, the Optima team used the input to create the perfect setting for any buyer. Regardless of floorplan, the residences exemplify Optima’s clean, contemporary aesthetic with Italian custom cabinets, Kohler faucets and fixtures, Bosch appliances and floor-to-ceiling window walls. And Optima’s signature terraces are complemented by a next-generation vertical landscape system.
The design only rivals the luxury amenities that residents have access to at 7180 Optima Kierland. Set atop the 12th floor is the Sky Deck, which was designed to feel as if it has a negative-edge view of the surrounding mountains and city lights. The Sky Deck is home to a heated lap pool with built-in seating areas, spa and a cold-plunge pool; a steam room, sauna and hydrotherapy areas; an outdoor theater; fire pit seating areas; an indoor/outdoor yoga studio; and a full kitchen and entertaining spaces. Plus, at the top of the list of bells and whistles is the rooftop running track—the first of its kind in Arizona.
There are plenty of other opportunities to work up a sweat at Club One, which includes an indoor/outdoor fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio and fitness equipment, free weights and a yoga studio; a steam room, massage room, sauna, cold plunge pool and spa; an outdoor fitness area; and basketball/pickle ball, squash and bocce ball courts. There is even a game room; golf simulator for working on your swing; a covered dog park and dog wash; and many other amenities that making moving in even more appealing.
One of the most unique aspects of 7180 Optima Kierland is that it is part of a six-acre, lushly landscaped park which created its own microclimate that lowers the ambient temperature from five to nine degrees. With an eye on the environment, the Optima team worked with Dr. Chris Martin from Arizona State University in choosing plantlife that thrives in the desert climate and is sensitive to the water demands.
The residences are priced from the $500,000s to more than $2 million. To arrange a virtual tour or to schedule a private appointment, visit Optima-Kierland.com.