Pine Run at 567 community in Flagstaff nearly sells out in 1 day

Real Estate | 10 Jun |

Symmetry Companies, a Scottsdale-based developer of luxury, resort residential communities, sold out all but one reservation on its newest custom neighborhood — Pine Run at 567 — the day it opened at Pine Canyon, a private golf community in Flagstaff, Arizona.

The new neighborhood, known as Pine Run at 567, is the community’s final enclave offering custom homesites, which range in size from one-third acre to just shy of a full acre of land. Pine Run at 567, named for its adjacency to and views of holes 5, 6 and 7 of Pine Canyon’s Jay Morrish-designed championship golf course, offers owners a premium position within an exclusive community anchored by luxury amenities and resort-inspired hospitality.

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“Our feverish market at the moment led us to believe we’d see notable interest in this newest neighborhood, but I don’t think we expected to nearly sell out within 24 hours of opening reservations,” said Peter Burger, president and founder of Symmetry Companies, a Scottsdale-based developer that owns and operates Pine Canyon. “It’s incredible to see this kind of interest in the market and our community. We think Pine Canyon is a special place, and we’re clearly not alone in that sentiment.”

Symmetry Realty Brokerage, an embedded brokerage within Pine Canyon exclusively serving the private community and its owners, managed the introduction, launch and reservations for the homesites. After holding a launch event in early June featuring PGA tour players Aaron Baddeley, Nate Lashley and Scott Harrington in a three-hole shootout and allowing potential buyers to visit, walk and select homesites, Symmetry Realty Brokerage secured reservations on 25 of the 26 available parcels.

Each of the homesites in the neighborhood offer incredible views of the nearby San Francisco Peaks, easy access to Pine Canyon’s community amenities — including the unique midway grille, a premium pitstop set inside a refurbished 1944 Santa Fe Railroad car, located at the turn — and a position atop a hillside perch immersed in Northern Arizona’s Ponderosa pines.

“Pine Run at 567 is a unique neighborhood in more ways than one, and we’re thrilled that others realized its seemingly unlimited potential,” Burger said. “We’re grateful to have the opportunity to be part of a vibrant Flagstaff community, and it’s exciting to know that this neighborhood will allow more Pine Canyon owners to appreciate and experience the beauty of the area and give back to the community.”

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