Award Winning Architects Revitalize Key Commercial Site And Showcase Hillside Estate In Exclusive Palette of Homes Tour

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This weekend brings several things to celebrate at Montgomery Design Group. Their architectural design will be showcased for a third year in Phoenix Home and Garden's Palette of Homes Tour, the commercial practice recently broke ground on the revitalization of a major retail site in Scottsdale, and the combination of new residential and commercial projects has driven 25% growth in the firm's 2007 revenue projections.

We are very excited about the firm's growth across the board this year and proud that our commercial practice has been a big contributor

Montgomery Design Group Inc, with three decades of experience, will showcase their third hillside property in Phoenix Home and Garden's Palette of Homes Tour that will take place on November 4, 2007 and benefit Free Arts of Arizona. "The Corey residence underwent a complete transformation that included the addition of a second floor, reconfiguration of 90% of the interior spaces, and wrapped up with two very pleased home owners," states Fabio S. Neto, Vice President, Montgomery Design Group. "Each year we have been honored in the Palette of Homes Tour is very special. Naturally the recognition of the teams that have worked on these fine properties is appreciated - but more important to our firm, is the fact that the proceeds from the home tours directly benefit Free Arts of Arizona. Since our group is driven by art and design every day, we believe in this non profit organization because Free Arts provides a valuable service in sparking the artistic imagination of at-risk children and their families."

From a completely different perspective, the firm's commercial practice continues to build. As ground breaks in Scottsdale on a key retail site, the Montgomery Design Group submits another set of plans into design review that will support Peoria's commercial expansion. "We are very excited about the firm's growth across the board this year and proud that our commercial practice has been a big contributor," remarks Robert M. Brown, President, Montgomery Design Group. "We are active across the valley and a few highlights include: the redesign of the 56,000 sq ft. retail space along with an 8,000 sq ft. entry façade for the Scottsdale and Shea Retail Center, new construction for neighborhood retail over 26,000 sq ft that will feature a boutique grocery store, and one of our larger efforts under construction is The Village Shoppes project which will cover an 3.8 acre site located along the Baseline corridor."

Although these are just a few examples of the projects Montgomery Design Group has underway, they invite you to learn more about the firm and their role as trend setters in residential and commercial architectural design. To view Montgomery Design Groups award winning designs or schedule a meeting, please visit their website at: or contact their offices in Scottsdale, Arizona.

About Montgomery Design Group Inc
Montgomery Design Group, with offices in Scottsdale Arizona, is an award winning architectural firm with three decades of experience. The firm specializing in residential and commercial design, has been recognized by the National Association of Home Builders through the receipt of the 'Best In American Living' custom residence award, showcased in three 'Palette of Homes' tours, and featured in Phoenix Home & Garden. Currently, the Montgomery Design Group has several custom residential and commercial properties in design which include: a 12,000 sq ft. private estate in Paradise Valley, Arizona; The Village Shoppes commercial project in Phoenix; and they have recently completed the restoration of the historic Secret Garden wedding reception center built in 1929.

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