Page, AZ (PRWEB) October 8, 2008
Construction has commenced on Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell, a beautifully-designed, master-planned community located on the southern edge of Lake Powell, in Page, Arizona. Utilities have been installed, curbs, sidewalks and paving are nearly complete, and construction has begun on model homes.
Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell is perched on a mesa overlooking Lake Powell, on the border between Utah and Arizona. The development features energy-efficient, single family homes and town homes ranging from 1,500 to more than 3,000 square feet, built in a contemporary Southwest, village-like setting.
The stunning homes at Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell have been designed by award-winning architects Clay Scrivner Design Group, based in Scottsdale, Arizona. The homes feature contemporary southwestern architecture, and private pools, decks and patio options. With Lake Powell, a trail system to the neighboring national park, and engaging outdoor areas, residents can take advantage of Arizona's abundant sunshine and boater-friendly weather. Average annual precipitation is just 6.5 inches and, at 4,300 feet in elevation, Page enjoys summertime high temperatures in the 90s, rarely exceeding 104 degrees. Winter daytime temperatures hover in the 50s.
The eco-friendly developer is targeting LEED Certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a national benchmark from the U.S. Green Building Council for the design, construction and operation of high performing green buildings. Up until February 2008, LEED certification was limited to commercial buildings, but is now open to residential properties. The homes at Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell will be energy efficient and feature non-toxic materials. The development will employ water saving techniques and use indigenous plants in the landscaping to protect and align the community with the native environment. Building materials and labor will be sourced locally whenever possible, and the developer is minimizing the transport of materials.
Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell offers a small-town environment for people seeking a simpler, less complicated lifestyle. Residents will awake each day with stunning views overlooking Lake Powell, Wahweap Bay, Castle Rock, Warm Creek, Antelope Point, Tower Butte, Navajo Mountain and the Vermillion Cliffs.
This master-plan is one of several recent developments in the community. Antelope Point Marina at Lake Powell, with its Native-influenced architecture, has a new floating restaurant, shop and fishing dock. Wahweap Marina, which is only six miles from Page, now offers access through the Castle Rock cut as lake water levels have risen to new heights. Near Page, Aman Resorts, one of the world's premier boutique resorts, is building the luxurious Amangari Resort and Spa which will include a hotel, bar and restaurant. The resort's 1,900 acres are tucked away in a neighboring canyon.
Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell is one of several projects happening in the City of Page and near the lake. Several residential communities and an increased level of sophistication - both on and off Lake Powell - are adding a new, vibrant dimension to the city. Today, Page is taking on a renewed look as new businesses, restaurants, housing, hospitality and recreational amenities open and existing venues expand. "The city is truly in a renaissance period," said Steve Harvey, a principal with Huntley, LLC, the developer of Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell. "This is an exciting time for the city and for Lake Powell. We are both excited and proud to be a part of this dynamic future."
Page and Lake Powell are situated in the heart of an area known as the "Grand Circle," a five-state region comprised of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada and Utah that is home to numerous natural wonders, world-class ecological adventures and entertainment destinations. Some of the most notable points of interest include the Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon Dam, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Monument Valley and the Grand Staircase-Escalante to name just a few. For those who prefer a manicured view of nature, the Lake Powell National Golf Course, an 18-hole course in Page, offers championship golf and incredible scenery of both Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon.
For more information on Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell, please visit http://www.livingontheridge.com. Sales at Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell are conditioned upon buyer's receipt and acceptance of ADRE Public Report. Prices, plans, architectural renderings, specifications and availability are preliminary and subject to change without notice. Indigo Ridge at Lake Powell is an Equal Opportunity Housing provider.