Scottsdale Planning Commission to Discuss Museum Square Project Article originally posted on Phoenix Business Journal on September 11, 2019 The Scottsdale Planning Commission will discuss Museum Square, a proposed mixed-use development planned for an abandoned transit station and parking lot in Old Town Scottsdale at its meeting this afternoon. The project, which developers said last year will likely cost about $250 million to develop, was submitted to the city in summer of 2018. The plans submitted to the city include a 150-foot-tall hotel, four residential buildings and landscaped open park space. Three of the buildings are planned for the southwest side of Second Street and Marshall Way, with the hotel and one residential building on the north side of Second Street. Plans submitted to the city said the open “square” will be a focal point of the development, which will allow for festivals and outdoor activities to be held in the area. Find the Complete Article Here: https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2019/09/11/scottsdale-planning-commission-to-discuss-museum.html An artist’s rendering shows the planned Museum Square development, which is proposed along Second Street and Marshall Way in Old Town Scottsdale.