(Fountain Hills, AZ.) – CopperWynd in Fountain Hills is poised for massive expansion to create a true resort. 

CopperWynd CEO Bill Hinz is committed to keeping visitors in Fountain Hills by developing a world class resort he calls a “crown jewel” for this community.

The Fountain Hills Town Council, in March 2017, unanimously approved the $100 million expansion for the CopperWynd Resort in Fountain Hills. Adding 270 new rooms, a 10,000 square foot convention center and all of the luxurious amenities of a resort are all on the agenda for Hinz and the development team.

Councilmember Cecil Yates remarked about Fountain Hills finally having a resort in what many people call a resort Town.

Over 100 people attended the Town Council meeting in support of the project as it will help to sure the future of CopperWynd as a viable business as-well-as a destination for people who want a resort experience.

Phase I will replace the existing hotel rooms with a guest wing including 128 rooms. It also adds a 10,000 square-foot banquet and conference facility. That is to be built just off CopperWynd Drive at the opposite end of the property from the new guest rooms.

Phase II of the project creates of a new five-story structure at the south end of the existing clubhouse, plus an additional 60 new guest rooms. Pool area renovations with a poolside lounge and restaurant and parking expansion are also included.

Phase III provides the final 122 rooms to bring the total to 300. Outdoor activity spaces expansion of the pool areas and another restaurant are these extensive aspects of the entire remodel. Construction of the parking garage with roof-top tennis courts as well. At final buildout the property will be able to handle up to 1,500 cars.

Bill Hinz will be presenting the CopperWynd expansion on Thursday, November 16 at the monthly FH Connect Networking Breakfast–a program of the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce. Tickets and details are available at www.fhchamber.com or 480-837-1654.


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