Silver Sky: Elevating the Standards In The World of Luxury Communities

A town highlighted by renowned golf courses and world-class dining, Paradise Valley has long cemented its place as a premier location for luxury living. Sought after for its large parcels and mountain views, the town is home to some of Arizona’s oldest and most expensive estates. A drive through its neighborhoods reveals new homes intermittently scattered between the seasoned estates of PV’s rich heritage. However, the introduction of a new multi-home, luxury development has brought a revitalization for residents seeking to surround themselves within a community of cutting-edge architecture and like-minded neighbors.

The newly established neighborhood of Silver Sky located at the base of Mummy Mountain, consists of 12 large plots, nine of which are nine curated estates designed by award-winning architects Mark Candelaria, CP Drewett, and Stratton Andrews. And for discerning buyers intent on designing their custom estate, Silver Sky has allotted just three parcels for purchase, offering buyers a limited opportunity to reside in a tailor-made home within an entirely new, luxury community.

“Silver Sky offers residents the space to live a premium lifestyle,” explains developer Jeremy Takas. “For a select few, we’re providing the opportunity to build a home that suits all their desires. From rotating car displays to bowling alleys, pickleball courts to putting greens, with parcels of this size, the opportunities are vast.” 1.1 to 1.5 acre parcel sizes along with flat diggable land grants residents the ability to take their hobbies underground for amenities like wine cellars, shooting ranges, or massive custom car garages. With only three parcels available, those desiring a custom home within the community better move quickly.


Silver Sky is already seeing one showcase design revving its way into the buzz of car clubs throughout the Valley. Rigel is a 9,885-square-foot estate with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. This modern mansion features an eight-car showcase garage with rotating feature car display, a detached guest house along a pickleball court. Designed by Stratton Architects the home boasts a sleek and sophisticated modern exterior with a floor-to-ceiling linear glass facade.

Other estates within the Silver Sky neighborhood are just as impressive and with the National accolades to prove it. The team behind the charming Modern-European estate, aptly named Nova, recently took the stage in Las Vegas to receive The Best in American Living Award for its 12,000-square-foot design. This six-bed, ten-bath mansion boasts Euroline floor-to-ceiling steel windows and doors. Gracing its list of accolades is a large home gym and accompanying spa treatment featuring a cold plunge, IR sauna, and steam shower.

Another newly released concept, designed with water as its inspiration, is a resort-style Drewett Works estate featuring the iconic modernist architecture made famous along the Mediterranean Coast. Our vision was to create an entertainer’s dream home that opens up to its surroundings,” explains Jeremy Takas. “The 17’ structural glass windows slide into the wall and the home opens up for a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience. The pool runs under the roof and there’s a viewing deck on top with a fireplace and bar for residents to enjoy panoramic views under the Arizona sky.”


Construction begins in Spring of 2024 and is already receiving attention for the quality of craftsmanship and detail that will be taking place, as Silver Sky homes will be constructed entirely out of steel framing. “Our goal is to elevate the standards within the world of luxury properties. The difference steel framing makes in the precision, strength, and durability of a build is just the start of the craftsmanship standards we have within this community.”

To receive more information or if you’re interested in securing your spot amongst only three custom parcels within Silver Sky in Paradise Valley visit, or contact Babbi Gabel, Kirk Linehan, or Chris Morrison at Retsy Forbes at, or call, 480-269-0210