CONTOUR on Campbell, The Biltmore’s newest upscale condominium community, is now complete. There are two new furnished models – a two-bedroom Garden Collection home and a one-bedroom residence available for tours. 

CONTOUR is located in the heart of The Biltmore, just south of 24th Street and Camelback Road, which was recently designated as one of the hottest intersections in town. LIVURBN is the project developer, and Polaris Pacific is overseeing the sales and marketing.

Here’s an inside look of CONTOUR on Campbell:

Video by Jesse A. Millard

Scottsdale-based Est Est  designed the new models, residences #102 – a 1,350-square-foot. split-plan two-bedroom corner home with an expansive 537-square-foot patio, and #305 – a 1,000-square-foot east facing one-bedroom home with views of Camelback Mountain.

“The models are stylishly furnished so that prospective residents can envision themselves in the space and how they’ll make it their own,” said Christina Milovancev, project director at Polaris Pacific.

The CONTOUR sales gallery now occupies a first floor Garden Collection home and provides a convenient space for buyers to select their floor plans, view the building amenities, and its high quality concrete construction, first-hand.

“The new sales gallery is an exciting addition for our team and our prospective residents. We’ll be inside the community where residents will live, which will give our buyers the true feel of what the CONTOUR team has spent years working on,” says Mike Akerly, Polaris Pacific’s vice president and regional manager.

“The completion of the project and the residents moving into their new homes is the culmination of a lot of hard work by everyone involved,” says Elizabeth Schloss, director of operations at LIVURBN. “We’re proud that the project is complete on time and on budget. We feel like this is a community residents will be proud to own. The construction and location are both top quality.” 

When CONTOUR on Campbell was under construction, AZRE magazine took a tour. See what it looked like then:

Video by Jesse A. Millard