Grayhawk Scottsdale

Grayhawk Scottsdale is a master-planned community where the everyday pleasures that make life so enjoyable are not only embraced but celebrated. Comprised of more than 1,600 acres, this community is located in the heart of Scottsdale and showcases the finest aspects of family – and the resort-style living in two distinct, yet interconnected neighborhoods: The Park and The Retreat. The community consists of more than 4,000 residential units with a broad mix of housing types. The Grayhawk residential community adjoins the nationally acclaimed Grayhawk Golf Club.

The neighborhoods feature a distinctive landscape and architectural palette that complement the dramatic natural beauty of the surrounding Sonoran Desert. As with all of our projects, our mission is to be sensitive to the surrounding environment and history of the land. We believe that sensitivity adds long term value. Likewise we have seamlessly blended into the residential community other components, such as:

  • Public & Private Schools
  • Neighborhood Parks
  • Boys & Girls Club Campus
  • 31 miles of Multi-use Trails
  • Retail Shopping & Dining
  • Commercial & Office Development
  • Medical Campus

These and other amenities serve to enhance the residents’ enjoyment of the unique lifestyles offered by each of Grayhawk’s neighborhoods. To assure that residents actually become neighbors, Grayhawk installed a Resident Program Director in the initial stages of the community who works to intentionally produce events that build relationships for the long-term. Because of the diversity of options, the quality of the development and the incredible added value Grayhawk affords its residents, the community is widely considered one of the most popular and successful master-planned communities in the American Southwest. In fact, Grayhawk was chosen by the readers of AZ Business Magazine as Arizona’s #1 Master-Planned Community.

Grayhawk opened in 1996 and completed build out in 2004 with 2,000 units in The Park and 1,600 units in The Retreat. A resort component to the community is in the planning stages.