The joint venture team of Ryan Companies US, Inc., Cadence Living and a controlled affiliate of Starwood Capital Group, a leading private global investment firm, announced today the completion of Acoya Scottsdale at Troon. The Ryan designed and built project received its certificate of occupancy nearly two weeks early and residents will begin moving in on November 2, 2020.
Acoya Scottsdale at Troon consists of 135 independent and assisted living units offering 22 floorplans ranging from 585 square feet to 2,385 square feet. The new community is situated on six acres of land between Pinnacle Peak and Troon Mountain.
“Given the project site’s shape and topography, our team leveraged extensive 3D modeling to include multiple terraces and entrances,” said Beau Dromiack, southwest director of architecture, Ryan A+E, Inc. “For example, the main entrance transitions to a dramatic, two-story space with a glass wall that frames Pinnacle Peak – a memorable aesthetic that helps differentiate this community.”
Acoya Troon offers contemporary interior finishes designed by award-winning Thoma-Holec Design, underground parking and several amenities.
“We are proud to be opening the doors of this resort-style development in Scottsdale,” said Dan Schwaegler, Senior Vice President, Starwood Capital Group. “Preleasing has been strong and as the first of four senior living projects under development across the United States with Ryan Companies, we are excited to see how well the community is being received in the marketplace.”
Acoya Troon’s garden level includes a music room, salon and spa, theatre and fitness room while the first floor provides residents with a bistro, a great room, formal and private dining options, art therapy and a library. Additionally, there is a game room, PGA golf simulator, bar and lounge, casual dining, a community room and outdoor dining on the second floor. The community also has a resort-style pool, walking path, rooftop patio and valet parking.
“Our team was laser-focused on meeting the need for luxury senior living demand in North Scottsdale,” said Rob Leinbach, principal, Cadence Living. “We’ve created something really special in the Troon area – a state-of-the-art, high-quality community with an abundance of amenities.”
This is the second Acoya development in Arizona with several more planned in the pipeline.
“The combination of incredible partners, the best in-house design-build team and a site with 360-degree views led us to achieving our goal of creating an unmatched, luxury senior living community where residents can thrive,” said Tyler Wilson, vice president of real estate development, Ryan Companies.
Ryan Companies has built over 40 senior living communities throughout the country and Acoya Scottsdale at Troon is the fifth senior living project completed in Ryan’s western division. Cadence Living will add Acoya Troon to their management portfolio which consists of 24 communities and over 4,000 residential units.
For more information about the community, visit www.acoyatroon.com.