Developers are planning to build a 280-acre private motorsports country club in Maricopa, Arizona. The blueprint for the Apex Motor Club is being led by Scottsdale-based Private Motorsports Group, a development team comprised of local business leaders in the automotive, real estate, technology and entertainment industries.
Apex Motor Club will be a comprehensive destination for Phoenix’s automobile enthusiasts and the only private motorsports club and race track within the metropolitan area boundaries of one of the six most populated cities in America. Located 35 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Apex’s convenient, easily accessible location and year-round racing season combine for what will be one of the most unique and ideal racing and club environments in the Southwest, according to developers.
“Our vision for Apex has always been to deliver a first class, impeccably designed, carefully planned motorsports experience not currently available in a metropolitan area,” said Jason Plotke, managing partner of Private Motorsports Group. “Now, after a thorough search throughout the Valley for the best and most convenient site for Apex, we are ready to bring a motorsports country club to a market with automotive enthusiasm and racing passion,”
The development team is being led by Jim Riggs, three-time Phoenix Developer of the Year, who will be designing and marketing car condos for sale or lease.
Apex will be comprised of six primary components: a four-mile multi-configuration asphalt road course designed by award-winning designer Bob Barnard of Motorsports Service International; a 12,000-square-foot clubhouse containing indoor and outdoor dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms, fitness center, classrooms and locker rooms; a 12,000-square-foot multi-purpose building for member and Apex sponsored functions; a 12-acre karting facility and multi-configuration kart track; a tuning shop; vehicle concierge facility and fuel station; and approximately 200 automobile condominiums ranging in size from 600 square feet to over 1,800 square feet.
“Our private motorsports club will be a lifestyle destination for high-end automobile enthusiasts,” said Plotke. “Whether you are looking for a place to race, store your sports car or hang out in the ultimate man cave, Apex will offer a first-class experience that has been missing here in the Valley until now.”
For additional information visit www.apexmotorclub.com, or call 855-404-7223.