Scottsdale Gem Keeps Shining
1985 was a good year for Scottsdale. Among other things, a stunning example of Old World Spanish architecture, soothing fountains and shaded colonnades was built at Hayden Road and Via De Ventura.Village at Hayden featured 146,000 square feet of attractive mixed-use space that also boasted shi shi restaurants, boutique shops and thriving nightclubs. At that time, it was a scenester’s scene.
But park the DeLorean, Marty McFly. 1985 was not a good year for plumbing that’s being used today. Decades of tenant “improvements” have not been kind to this gem. Historic, curvy light poles don’t look as charming when people back over them in the parking lot. And those old temperature sensors in the office leave big holes to fill when smaller units hit the market.
Paint. Patching holes. Hanging new drywall. Keeping moisture from ruining retaining walls. A property manager’s list goes on and on. That’s where experts from Hernandez Companies have helped keep Village at Hayden competitive and alluring. All of the above, plus updating the plumbing and fixing cracked vent pipes at the site, was part of the company’s punch list. Reneé Olson, property manager for Village at Hayden, said the Hernandez Companies crew member that patched the holes for all those giant sensor boxes in the walls blew her away with the speed and the quality of his workmanship.