The first Hayden Ferry Lakeside waterfront condo tower was Edgewater with 40 units that sold out in 2006. It was rare to see a sale price less than$500K. Now a sale price over $500K would be equally surprising. Sold near the height of the real estate peak, prices are resetting through foreclosures and short sales, or the rare instance where the owner has enough equity and is willing to list at market value. A good example is a recently listed 1,650 sq.ft. 3rd floor bank owned condo that originally sold for $625,000 in June of 2006. It is now listed at $282,900, or 45% of the orginal sales price.
Amazing views of Tempe Town Lake
An important variable of any Edgewater condo will be the location within the building and view of Tempe Town Lake to the north of the development. The heated community pool and spa is situated to the east and located between Edgewater and its sister condo tower, Bridgeview, also developed by Suncor. Amenities include an on-site fitness center, community lounge and out door barbeque area. Floor plans feature units with 1 – 3 bedrooms and 1,138 sq.ft to over 3,000 sq.ft. Access to the building and elevators is restricted by key faubs
This urban living setting is complimented by the location on Rio Salado Parkway that offers great access to almost anything you want. ASU is just down the street, Mill Ave entertainment and dining is within walking distance and the airport is just minutes away.
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Hayden Ferry Lakeside is a mixed use development where people can work, shop and play. Beach Park on Tempe Town Lake is home to many Tempe special events, and borders Historic Mill Avenue District. There are over 100 events at or near Tempe Town Lake each year. Another benefit to residents of Edgewater condominiums.