Scottsdale City Council Set to Discuss SouthBridge 2 Project Article originally posted on Phoenix Business Journal on December 3, 2019 SouthBridge 2.0, a planned mixed-use development along the Scottsdale canal proposed by Spring Creek Development will go before City Council on Dec. 4 at its evening meeting. The project is proposed to contain nearly 1.7 million gross square feet of new buildings, including up to 570 residential units, 200 hotel rooms, 119,000 square feet of office space and 86,000 square feet of retail space across several parcels totaling about 10 acres. Fred Unger, the developer who created the first phase of SouthBridge along the Scottsdale waterfront, spent decades acquiring property along the canal with a dream of developing a second phase to his project at Stetson Drive north of Sixth Avenue. However, he died in early 2018 before he had a chance to move further with the project. Now, Fred’s son, Carter, is president of the company and planning to develop his father’s legacy project. Find the Complete Article Here: https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2019/12/03/scottsdale-city-council-set-to-discuss-southbridge.html?ana=e_du_prem&j=90302061&t=Afternoon&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTWpobU5UZGlNekF3WXpNdyIsInQiOiJnT3A1SWVoODBneVVBTnNYd1wvVTVJclhQdTV1SWRnaUNBK0M3YjV3RWNENTJMZlV1cUwzdDZrSDNSanpIR3hhYWV2Rkw4WllNYTRjWEdEd0ZCeTdxUGVtOExcL0JqVmgyN3RGYWlhbnBraVdYYmZUaGFUd01WaFJtZnJIVnZoNGp4In0%3D An artist’s map shows the planned developments included in SouthBridge 2.0, which will include hotels, office space, residential and retail and restaurants.