Scottsdale luxury home developer Silver Sky recently announced plans for 12 estate homes alongside Mummy Mountain in Paradise Valley.
The Paradise Valley Planning Commission approved the 17-acre proposal, which will now move to the town council for consideration.
“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. “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’s real estate team is RETSY Forbes Global Properties, featuring the executive group of Chris Morrison, Shawna Warner, Babbi Gabel and Kirk Linehan. “RETSY Forbes Global Properties is excited to leverage Forbes’ global reach to introduce discerning buyers and real estate enthusiasts to Silver Sky’s innovative collection of showcase homes, as well as assist those who wish to create their own,” Morrison said.
The development, if approved, would be built on the former Merle Cheney ranch, which has been untouched for 85 years.