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News > Optima Biltmore - Across the Street From, Well, Everything.

by Liz Suto

You can't miss the Optima Biltmore condo community when driving around the 24th street and Camelback area. It's the high rise building on 24th street with the trees on the roof and striking red trim that frames the balconies. But other than being able to boast that you live in "that building," Optima Biltmore owners have one of the best locations in the area, across the street from the high end Biltmore Fashion Park. Even though many of the Optima Biltmore condos have top-of-the-line kitchens, owners will want to head across the street to some of the dining options available at the Biltmore Fashion Park. The Capital Grille is a favorite for local business folk. The new True Foods is a popular restaurant - worth a try if you're not afraid of quinoa and kale. Happy hour is hopping too around here, at Stingray Sushi, or back at the Capital Grille. Of course, shopping is great at the Biltmore Fashion Park as well, with Saks, Coach, Macy's, Ann Taylor and some nice local boutiques too.

But wait, there's more. Yoga on Saturdays out at the green and a weekly outdoor movie, not to mention seasonal events. Don't want to make your own morning latte? Head next door to the Starbucks. If your work is in the Biltmore area, the Optima is ideal. The Biltmore area is teeming with mid and high rise business offices that are concentrated up and down Camelback Road. Downtown Phoenix is a 10 minute drive, and downtown Scottsdale is about 15 minutes east. The Optima Biltmore continues to be one of our high rise condo favorites because of its affordability (as compared to the more expensive Esplanade High Rise across the street), style and location. And don't forget the rooftop pool and patio - a great location to catch an evening sunset.

Floorplans are varied at the Optima Biltmore.  We'd be happy to help you find the right condo in this popular highrise development.


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Last Updated: 2024-05-23 00:48:21