June 2019 | issue 234

There’s no denying it; I’m one of your dyed-in-the-wool boring old suburbanites. I like nothing better than taking a stroll around our various walking paths in the deep south with my faithful companion, Bucky. Blessed with a real spring this year, Bucky and I have been enjoying our early morning and late afternoon walks around the neighbourhood ponds where the Twitter wars are of the feathered kind and chirping only gets too real.

But the fantastic weather has also allowed us to enjoy the dynamic pleasures of life in the urban centre as well — patio weather has started and there’s no better place for people watching (not to mention, beer imbibing) than in some of the city’s
favourite local spots on 17th Avenue S.W. or Kensington or Mission. And who knows who you’ll bump into (if you follow our Facebook page, you’ll see what I’m talking about).

And this is the root of Condo Living’s existence — giving readers the ability to see where in the city they can build their nest in. We cover them all for you!

Our cover feature on Partners Development Group’s latest towhome development in the northwest encompasses both urban and suburban lifestyle that not many can. ARRIVE at Crestmont West features an estate-quality style with affordability to boot that appeals to buyers wanting to enjoy its closeness to nature and the Rockies, and its easy accessibility to downtown.

This is the same appeal that draws buyers to Q in Sage Hill Quarter where residents get to live right in the heart of a bustling commercial district touted to be “downtown North.” It is about to break ground too, so move in is sooner than later.
Holland Park by Excel Homes in Walden is a prime example of suburban multi-family affordability and style and you can check out their just-opened show home to see the high standards they offer. Brad Remington’s Sage Hill Park is just as
impressive and they have also broken ground.

Talking to Aleem Dhanani during a chance meeting in Kensington also opened our eyes to the best-of-both-worlds appeal of Bri-mor’s The Rise at West Grove Estates community and Vivace at West 85th. And our community feature gives you an
insight on what we’ve found out for ourselves.

But this is what we really know: whether in the inner-city or in the suburbs there’s a life of homeownership waiting for you that fits your lifestyle.

Until next time.

In This Issue

Stately towns

Stately towns

The convenience, practicality and affordability of townhomes are why homebuyers have fallen in love with…

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On top of it all

On top of it all

Fresh off their three big wins at the 2018 BILD Calgary Region Awards, Brad Remington…

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Options arise

Options arise

“Experiencial lifestyle” has been an important concept for Aleem Dhanani, managing director for Bri-mor Developments,…

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Glowing in Seton

Glowing in Seton

Starting over, and over again, has made Laura who she is.

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