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Throwback: The North Delta Inn

A new housing development proposal is being pitched for the now vacant property adjacent to Scottsdale Centre mall
The hotel building was shut down several years ago after the city discovered 27 units occupied as a low-income, long-term residence with make-shift cooking facilities, as well as numerous other health as safety violations.

Let’s take a step back in time to visit a former hotel and bar that had a long history of controversy.

The North Delta Inn at the corner of Scott Road and 70th Avenue, off Nicholson Road, was torn down a few years ago after the city moved to shut it down.

The owners of the vacant property this year submitted preliminary plans for a mixed-use development.

It would include three, six-storey buildings with a total of 243 residential units as well as 11,712 square-feet of ground level commercial space.

No rental housing is proposed.

In late 2019, a previous development concept for the property was discussed by city council,

That proposal included a mixed-use development with 432 residential units and some commercial and public amenity space.

That plan included a six-storey rental building on the west portion of the site, a 24-storey building in the middle of the site and a 29-storey building on the east portion of the site.

The development proposal saw a reduction in the heights to comply with the recommendations of the Mayor's Housing Task Force for Scott Road.