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SPRING AWAKENING TRANSITION INTO THE SEASON Ever since I can remember, I’ve always suffered from seasonal pining. When it’s fall, I want winter. When it’s winter, I want spring. And don’t get me started about summer. As an adult, not much has changed when it comes to my mercurial seasonal temperament, only now as a homeowner, I’m focused on my new-found love for home decor and organization. Save for the regular year round pieces, I decorate heavily based on the season. With spring upon us, you may consider pulling in soft pastel colours in the form of throw pillows to liven up your living space. Flowers are another fresh, interchangeable decor option that gives a head-nod to Mother Nature’s seasonal transition. Lilies, tulips and daffodils will all pay homage to the season and look stunning on any breakfast table or kitchen island. Spring awakens our need to organize and clean. Take advantage of the warmer temperatures and remove the remnants of your holiday decor. Revitalize your living space by reducing clutter and donating items you no longer need or want. If you don’t own your own home, you can still refresh and clean. A way to find great ideas is to visit showhomes and investigate new living arrangements for you and your family. Consider exploring one of the great showhomes found within these pages and get moving!

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HOMEBUYERS ESCAPE THE

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Families who desire a new home in a charming, affordable community with an abundance of established amenities at their doorstep are living the dream in Vista Crossing in Crossfield. Dream Development launched Vista Crossing three years ago “inspired by a Sears Robuckesque feel, with architecture emphasizing large front verandahs, timeless details and charming streetscapes where residents could get to know their neighbours rather than just pull into a garage and disappear,” says Michael Tandara, marketing director, Western Canada Land & Housing. “We wanted to offer that small town, welcoming feel, and it’s been interesting to see that

develop over the past few years with families moving in and younger couples starting families of their own. The community has developed beyond expectations and it’s worth seeing and experiencing it in person.” Vista Crossing exemplifies what’s best about small-town living – being able to walk your kids to school and provide a safe place for them to play. It’s also about getting away from the noise, traffic jams and hectic pace of the city, yet still be just 10 minutes from Airdrie for various shops and services and convenient access to Calgary’s northern employment centres, the airport and CrossIron Mills Mall. “Crossfield is also very forward thinking,” Tandara says, noting


the community is fully wired with fibre optic, offering Internet speed service up to 1 Gbps – a service most major centres don’t even have. It also has many amenities already in place such as an ice arena, library, schools, parks, playgrounds, sports fields, splash park, curling rink and Collicutt

Siding Golf Club – home of the Dream Junior Golf Academy, introducing kids from four to 14 to the sport. Vista Crossing itself consists of 20 acres of parkland, more than four kilometres of walking trails, five acres of protected wetland, playgrounds, barbecues,

picnic tables, a large fire pit and a community garden, plus Dream added its own Welcome Centre, which plays host to community activities and provides information about Vista Crossing and Crossfield. “People from Airdrie and further out are making Vista Crossing their home because they love a laid-back lifestyle, the charm and security of a small town and the affordability,” Tandara says, and it’s attracting a number of first-time buyers, but also down-sizers and empty nesters. Dream’s home-building division, Homes by Dream, is building affordable character (laned) homes in Vista Crossing that start at $299,000, and semi-detached homes from only $264,900. Dream will also introduce some larger semidetached homes this spring. The builder is also offering front-attached garage homes starting at $369,000. “These frontdrive homes all back onto park space, providing an opportunity for people to socialize,” says Tandara. Dream plans to open two new character showhomes at the end of March – the 1,408-sq.-ft. Milo, one of the most popular models in Vista Crossing, and a new Caden model at 1,600-sq.ft., designed specifically for corner lots featuring a gorgeous wraparound porch and tons of windows. Dream also has the 1,942-sq.-ft. Nicholson that opened last summer, a frontattached garage showhome nominated for a SAM Award. Another builder, McKee Homes, is also crafting front-attached garage homes in Vista Crossing and has a showhome open. For more information, visit the showhomes Monday to Thursday, 4-8 p.m., or weekends, noon-5 p.m., or visit vistacrossing.ca. nexthome.ca  9


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Donate the stuff you don’t use. That includes unwanted gifts. Let someone else put your castoffs to good use.

Borrow ideas from organizational masters. Experts, such as hoteliers and shopkeepers, know how to come up with novel, affordable approaches to storage. Ditch the plastic. Seek out products made of sustainable natural materials, such as wood, glass and ceramic. Establish habits and routines that simplify your life. Always keep your keys and eyeglasses in designated spots. Relax and make yourself at home. Too much enforced order is uninviting for occupants and guests alike; rooms are for living.

Excerpted from Remodelista: The Organized Home by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick (Artisan Books). Copyright 2017. Used with permission of the publisher.

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How to Properly Plan to Develop your Basement Turning your basement into the living space you’ve always wanted may be both exciting and intimidating at the same time. Basements, when properly developed, have the potential to not only add to your amount of usable living space, but also significantly increase the value of your property. Layout and Purpose If you’re building from scratch with your

however, if you’re developing your basement after you’ve bought your home, you’ll need to

builder, ask them what needs to be in a specific place. For example, legal bedrooms must have an egress window, while hot water

apply for your own basement development permits.

tanks and electrical panels may need to be on a certain wall. Then, decide what you want to go where in the remaining space Permit and Inspections If you’ve chosen to develop the basement with your builder at the same time as the rest of your home build, they will deal with getting all of the proper permits and inspections;

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Property Value A well-refurbished basement can be an unexpectedly pleasant surprise for potential buyers and give you a leg up when compared to homes with unfinished basements. By properly planning your basement’s development, you can be sure to save yourself a lot of time and money. No matter what your motivation: additional living space, an

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2018 BILD AWARDS CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE The finalists in the annual housing industry competition, the 2018 BILD Awards, were announced recently by BILD Calgary Region. Formerly known as the SAM (Sales And Marketing) Awards, the BILD Awards mark the 32nd year of celebrating innovation and excellence in the residential construction industry in Calgary and the surrounding region. A total of 101 companies are competing for 65 separate awards in various categories, including the six Grand BILD Awards – Builder of the Year Large Volume, Builder of the Year Small Volume, MultiFamily Builder of the Year Large Volume, Multi-Family Builder of the Year Small Volume, Renovator of the Year, and Partner of the Year. This time around, there are quite a few familiar names on the finalists’ list. Leading the parade is Brookfield

Residential, with 20 finalist entries. Also a finalist in multiple categories is Morrison Homes, a multi-time past Builder of the Year winner, with entries in no fewer than 15 categories. Last year’s Builder of the Year, Calbridge Homes, has finalists in seven categories, while other familiar names include 2017’s Multi-Family Builder of the Year Shane Homes and a finalist in four categories this year; and Jayman BUILT, with eight entries. Logel Homes, a company that’s a relatively new kid on the block – although the Logel family has been around the industry for what seems like forever – is a good bet to walk away with an award or two as they’re a finalist in 10 categories. The BILD Awards cover 10 different categories, with finalists chosen by industry judges through a detailed process where points are awarded to each entrant,

that are then authenticated by an accounting firm. GRAND BILD Awards are presented to the builders, developers, renovator and partner who have demonstrated a superior achievement in design, sales, advertising and/or service. A total of 729 entries were received across all categories of new-home construction, including homes and condos in the Calgary area as well as renovations, new communities, advertising and marketing, and more. The top sales professionals in the field are also recognized. The winners will be announced at the BILD Awards Gala on Saturday, April 13, at the Telus Convention Centre. Watch for a full list of winners in next month’s edition of New Home + Condo Guide. bildcrawards.com nexthome.ca  11


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the last two phases of West Grove Estates and provides discerning buyers great value with semiestate homes starting in the mid-$700,000s and a premier southwest Calgary address, says Aleem Dhanani, Bri-mor’s managing director. “We are living in a new economic reality in the city and consumers are

now simply looking for ‘real value’ – that means great quality, lifestyle, curb appeal, amenities, greenspaces and all of this at an affordable price,” he says. “The Rise brings real value to active families, young professionals and empty nesters without trading off the most important lifestyle choices.”


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The first phase was so successful that Bri-mor launched the second phase ahead of schedule “and even in today’s economic climate, we now only have 25 per cent of lots remaining,” Dhanani says. “However, new homeowners can still move in today or design the home of their dreams and live in a fully built out community.” With grocery stores, restaurants, services, a rec centre, daycares and schools all minutes away, and ready-to-use amenities right in the community including tot lots, a junior soccer

Axinya, Maxim and daughter Tamila — residents of The Rise

field and three major parks all within seven acres of greenspace, “families never have to leave the Calgary’s West End oasis,” Dhanani says. Residents Axinya and Maxim say: “We love everything about the west side. It’s the perfect location between downtown and the mountains and has all the amenities only minutes away.” For more information, visit the showhomes Mon. to Thurs., 2-8 p.m., and weekends and holidays, noon-5 p.m., or risewestgroveestates.com.

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ADVICE | CONTEMPLATING CONDOMINIUMS

BAN THOSE FOR SALE SIGNS ONE MIGHT BE FINE, BUT WHAT IF THERE’S 50?

LINDA PALFI

Resist the temptation, folks. When you call me or another realtor to sell your condo apartment, please don’t ask us to put “for sale” signs in your window and at the sidewalk. Come to think of it, your 16  New Home + Condo Guide  |   Apr. 5–May 3, 2019

neighbour on one side should be told to take that aluminum foil off his bedroom window. And the one on the other side should find a new place to store those bicycles. Oh, and his collection of beer bottles, too. Hmm, what about the satellite dish on another suite over? My message is already clear by the above illustration. Signs, clutter and outdoor storage are

not allowed under condominium bylaws, but these rules are often ignored. Failure to enforce the bylaws can set off a spiral of declining standards and competing for sale signs. While a few more people might come and look at your property, it becomes less likely that they’ll actually find it desirable enough to buy, or to pay what it should be worth. Enforcement is one of the most


Signs, clutter and outdoor storage are not allowed under condominium bylaws, but these rules are often ignored. Failure to enforce the bylaws can set off a spiral of declining standards and competing for sale signs.

difficult areas for condo boards. It may be a board member or the board chair themselves who needs to sell their home. Well, a rule for one is a rule for all. And if one sign or dish is allowed, where does it stop? It doesn’t, of course. Imagine a condo building or townhouse development with 50 for sale signs, satellite dishes, half of the bedroom windows blacked out with aluminum foil and 100 or more bicycles chained to balcony railings. Yuck! Don’t worry. The lack of for sale signs should not limit the marketing of condo homes. First of all, most condo homes are sold by realtors through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). This markets electronically to every realtor member of the local real

estate board, which in Calgary and Edmonton runs to thousands of agents. Second, the abridged public Realtor.ca on the internet reaches a world-wide audience. And third, condo-specialist realtors (ahem) have sophisticated websites viewed by thousands of condo buyers who are looking for specific condo properties, exclusive (non-MLS) listings and/ or specific buyer services in that particular city. All of these mechanisms can post multiple colour photos of the property interior and provide detailed information. Somehow a sign out by the sidewalk doesn’t compete, does it? Most condo bylaws also specifically allow open house signs for limited hours. So, marketing on weekend afternoons is not prevented, but enhanced, because shoppers will easily see a single open house sign, uncluttered by other realty signs. All of this might come under the standard real estate guideline for décor when selling, namely to keep it light, bright, uncluttered and simple. This applies inside the home, and outside, as well. Just as there are good options for condo sellers needing marketing, there are also alternatives for those who create the other clutter that can affect condominium appearances. Bike racks can be bolted to concrete walls in parkades, in front of parking spots. Beer lovers (yea,

me too) can visit the bottle depot more often than once per year. Those who work nights who require darkness during the daytime can visit a hardware store to fetch inexpensive blackout roller blinds in an offwhite finish. Lastly, TV and movie buffs can subscribe to cable, upgrade to fulltier cable, or subscribe to pay-perview services. They can also see if a single dish hidden atop the roof could serve the entire building, and undertake a subscription drive in-house to see if enough owners would subscribe. It’s even possible that their small dish could be mounted inside their suite pointing through the picture window. Ugly? Yea, but that’s why we don’t want it mounted outside. I help to sell and buy a lot of condo properties. As a matter of policy, I won’t use a for sale sign to do it. Create a level playing field in your condo community by enforcing the no-signs bylaws so no one else will, either. And purge the other clutter while you’re at it. Linda Palfi is the Broker/Owner of CNC Properties, which offers both Real Estate and Condominium Property Management Services. She is a member of CREB’S Professional Standards Committee and serves on multiple condo boards.

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Shane Homes’ Sovanna showhome in Belmont is loaded with so many show-stopping features, it’s no wonder so many buyers are replicating the designs in their own homes. “Buyers love the features such as the central family room upstairs, the open lifestyle room on the main, and the upscale kitchen, but they literally scream with delight when they see the size of the walk-in closet in the owners’ suite,” says area manager Erin Jorgensen. “It’s absolutely massive…you could easily put a middle island inside the closet and still have room. We’re often recreating the

walk-in closet and other popular features displayed in the Sovanna showhome in other models because we can customize our homes to suit our buyers’ needs.” Among Jorgensen’s favourite sayings for Shane buyers is “love it or customize it,” and with the impressive 2,307-sq.-ft. Sovanna model, people enjoy doing both. “We’re getting terrific comments from people; they love Sovanna’s open design.” The Sovanna makes a dynamic first impression right from the entry as visitors are greeted with an open design that allows them to see through to the rear of the home,

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giving it a grand feel. Off the foyer is a half-bath and mud room with a built-in bench and closet. “Buyers love the lifestyle room, which is typically enclosed, creating a private office, but here we opened it up as a library,” Jorgensen says. “Of course, it can be customized to be a formal dining room or office to suit the buyer.” At the rear of the home, the chef’s kitchen wows visitors with its huge island and breakfast bar, ideal for entertaining, built-in stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops and tile backsplash. A corner walk-in pantry provides ample food storage. The living room has a fireplace surrounded in tile, topped by a niche for artwork or a TV, while the dining nook is brightened by a large window and patio doors to the deck, so homeowners can readily expand their dining space outdoors. “Upstairs, buyers fall in love with the centralized family room because the vaulted ceiling

really creates a grand feel and it separates the owners’ suite from the secondary bedrooms, creating a sense of privacy,” Jorgensen says. “They also like the convenience of the built-in IT centre in the loft.” The spacious owners’ suite can easily accommodate king-sized furniture and the ensuite features

dual sinks, make-up counter, soaker tub and an over-sized walk-in shower, plus there is that stunning walk-in closet. Down the hall are two generously sized secondary bedrooms, each with walk-in closets, a full bathroom and upstairs laundry. Jorgensen notes that Shane Homes can build homes from 1,700 to 3,000 sq. ft. in Belmont, depending on the lot size, and the Sovanna can be customized to a four-bedroom design. A new lot release is expected in April, “So we’ll have a number of new lots including corner and greenspace available.” For more information, visit the Sovanna showhome, at 100 Belmont Terrace S.E., Calgary, open Monday to Thursday, 2-8 p.m., and weekends and holidays, noon-5 p.m., call Erin Jorgensen at 403.536.2311, or visit shanehomes.com. nexthome.ca  19


ADVICE | CALGARYISM

BUYING A CONDOMINIUM-TYPE HOME?

READ THE BYLAWS FIRST CODY BATTERSHILL

Unlike single-family homes, there are several rules and regulations you’ll have to abide by when living in a condominium-type home. They are known as bylaws. If you’re thinking about making a move into a condominium, I can’t stress enough that reading the building’s bylaws is one of the first things you’ll want to do before making any solid decisions. Do this while you’re still in the conditional sale / prospective buyer stage to make sure that your lifestyle will conform to these rules and regulations well before a firm sale. WHY READ YOUR CALGARY CONDOMINIUM BYLAWS?

To put it simply, this document governs everything that happens in your condominium. That includes important details such as (just a few examples): • AGE RESTRICTIONS: The age allowance of inhabitants (some buildings are adults only) • PET RESTRICTIONS: If you can have a pet and what weight / type (some buildings are pet-free) • RENOVATIONS: How you can do renovations (if at all) • PARKING RESTRICTIONS: Visitor parking, residence parking, what types of vehicles can be parked and where • PENALTIES: What to expect if the bylaws are not followed DETAILS MATTER

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don’t allow pets of any kind while others will but only certain types, such as dogs, for example. Then sometimes, there’s also a sub-set of rules and regulations such as how big / heavy that pet can be. In other buildings, no one under the age of 18 is allowed to sleep inside at any time. If you have young children living in your current household, this might present a huge problem for you. Bylaws also explain aesthetic restrictions such as if you’re allowed to have coloured window coverings and planter boxes on your balcony. YOUR CAD SHEET

The condo corporation of any building is regulated and must act in accordance with its bylaws. These rules and regulations are registered at land titles and can be found on the Condominium Additional Plan Sheet, otherwise known as the CAD. Ask your real estate agent to get

a copy of the CAD sheet for you so that you can take a long, hard look at everything on the document before making any decisions. They should take a look at it, too, and bring up anything you might be concerned about. VIOLATING A BYLAW

Remember, violating a bylaw can result in a hefty fine or even a lawsuit and court hearings in the event of an extreme situation. Why not avoid these all together; read your bylaws before making any decisions. Happy condo hunting! Cody Battershill is the founder of Calgaryism and a top producing realtor at ReMax House of Real Estate. He can be reached at 403.370.4180, @Calgaryism on Twitter and calgaryism.ca

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8. MIDTOWN By: Wenzel Developments & Apex Developments Builders: Shane Homes, Excel Homes, Trico Homes midtowninairdrie.com

9. THE GATES AT HILLCREST NEW HOMES

Township Rd 264

NEW CONDOS

1. BAYSIDE ESTATES

4. HILLCREST

By: Genesis Land Development Corp. Builders: McKee Homes, ReidBuilt Homes genesisland.com

By: Apex Developments Builders: Excel Homes, Shane Homes hillcrestairdrie.com

By: Mattamy Homes Builder: Mattamy Homes mattamyhome.ca/calgary

10. CREEKSIDE CREEKSIDE VILLAGE by Carlisle Group

11. GEORGETOWN

2. RAVENSWOOD

5. SOUTHWINDS

@ Reunion by Slokker Homes

By: Qualico Builders: NuVista, McKee Homes, Pacesetter, Broadview ZEN RAVENSWOOD by Avalon Master Builder ravenswoodairdrie.com

By: Mattamy Homes Builders: Mattamy Homes mattamyhomes.com/calgary

12. VISTA CROSSING IN CROSSFIELD

6. CANALS LANDING

By: Dream Development Builders: McKee Homes, Reidbuilt Homes, Homes by Dream vistacrossing.ca

3. COOPER’S CROSSING By: Westmark Holdings Builders: Harder Homes, McKee Homes, NuVista Homes; Emerald New Homes and Douglas Homes cooperscrossing.ca

By: Genesis Land Development Corp. Builders: ReidBuilt Homes, Mckee Homes, Crystal Creek Homes, Genesis Builders Group, WestView Builders CANALS by Slokker Homes genesisland.com

13. CHINOOK GATE By: Brookfield Residential Builders: Brookfield Residential, Excel Homes, McKee Homes chinookgate.com

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PROPERTY PROFILE

VIEW FROM THE TOP HILLCREST OFFERS FAMILY-FRIENDLY AFFORDABILITY IN AIRDRIE For homebuyers searching in Airdrie, Hillcrest checks a lot of boxes. In fact, the new neighbourhood located in the southwest corner of the city, on a natural highpoint, has a lot more than just a great view and a signature stone tower community entrance going for it. “In Hillcrest, buyers will enjoy the feel of an already established community and still have the chance to pick their preferred lot, build the model of their choice and pick out their finishes,” says Morgan Gowland, development coordinator for 22  New Home + Condo Guide  |   Apr. 5–May 3, 2019

Apex Developments, developer of the community. Just as importantly, especially for young families, is Northcott Prairie School, a new K-8 school located within the community slated to open for January 2020. Registration is open now. “The convenience of having a new school within steps from home is hard to beat,” says Gowland. The community’s location at the southwest corner, off 8 Street and 40 Avenue, provides easy access to Airdrie’s many amenities and offers a quick commute south to Calgary

via 8 Street. Cross Iron Mills and Costco are just 10 minutes away without even having to get on the QE II and the airport is a quick 20-minute drive, making it closer than in many Calgary communities. Designed to preserve the natural topography of the area, Hillcrest offers many outdoor spaces to stay active and connect with neighbours, including two already completed playgrounds for children of various ages and abilities. The 145-acre community also features a fully landscaped storm pond, a central gazebo area, an


extensive pathway system and a tree-planting program, as it’s an important part of the development plan to honour the land that it’s built on, says Gowland. “These spaces serve as a gathering point for residents to catch up with one another, stay active, and enjoy Airdrie’s fresh air!” Hillcrest also checks both the quality and affordability boxes at once, with two of the industry’s top builders, Shane Homes and Excel Homes, as exclusive builders in the community’s final phase. Architectural styling features four traditional forms that reflect the rich colour palette of the prairies and complement the natural landscape of the area, each with unique aesthetic flourishes to infuse a sense of individuality and textural distinction. Excel is building front-drive garage and laned single-family homes, front-drive garage duplex homes and no-condofee townhomes with front-drive

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LOCATION Airdrie DEVELOPER Apex Developments BUILDERS Excel Homes, Shane Homes HOME TYPE Single-family, duplex, townhome

SHOW HOMES 201-213 HILLCREST ROAD WEBSITE hillcrestairdrie.com

garage. Shane is also building both front-drive garage and laned single-family homes, as well as laned duplex homes. Townhomes and duplex homes start from the

$290,000s, single-family laned homes from the $340,000s and single-family front-drive garage homes from the $400,000s. “Build-out is expected in 2020, and with only seven front-drive garage single-family homes remaining, coupled with limitedtime developer discounts, buyers who have been eyeing the community should act now,” says Gowland. THE NINE SHOWHOMES OPEN IN HILLCREST ARE:

• Four front-drive garage duplex showhomes from Excel Homes (201-213 Hillcrest Road) • Two single-family laned showhomes from Shane Homes (204 & 208 Hillcrest Road) • Three laned duplex showhomes from Shane Homes (370-382 Hillcrest Road) Showhomes are open MondayThursday, from 2-8 p.m., and weekends from noon to 5 p.m. nexthome.ca  23


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DOWNTOWN

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BELTLINE 1. SMITH by Grosvenor smith17.com 2. PARK POINT by Qualex Landmark qualex.ca/ParkPoint

BRIDGELAND 3. Bridgeland Crossings II by Gablecraft Homes liveat.bridgelandcrossings.com 4. Radius by Bucci Developments bucci.com/radius/ 5. Steps by Giustini Bridges Inc. 6. Bridgeland Hill by Gablecraft Homes liveatbridgelandhill.gablecrafthomes.ca

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DEVELOPER: CMLC 7. INK by Battistella Developments battistella.ca/ink/ 8. EVOLUTION by Embassy Bosa evolutioncalgary.com 9. VERVE by Fram Building Group framhomes.com 10. N3 Condos by Knightsbridge & Metorpia N3condo.ca

EAU CLAIRE 11. WATERFRONT by Anthem Properties waterfrontcalgary.com

14. DUKE by Avi Urban aviurban.com

VICTORIA PARK 15. GUARDIAN by Hon Towers theguardiancalgary.com

WEST END 16. AVENUE by Grosvenor & Cressey avenuewestend.com 17. UNIVERSITY DISTRICT By: West Campus Development Trust Builders: Avi Urban, Brookfield Residential, Truman, Brenda Strafford Foundation, Gracorp Capital myuniversitydistrict.ca


ADVICE | INSIDE THE NUMBERS

HOUSING STARTS TELL AN INTERESTING STORY

JIM ZANG

Taken at a glance, the first couple of months of 2019 appear to be a lot like last year. Upon closer inspection, however, there are a few notable differences. According to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) statistics, there were 602 total new home starts in February 2019 compared to 578 in February 2018, which on the surface, is a difference of just 24 starts. Look a little more closely, and you’ll see that this year’s total is buoyed by 235 apartment starts in February and a year-to-date figure of 408 apartment starts so far in 2019. (See Chart) On the other hand, 2018 saw quite a few more single-family home starts in the first two months of the year, 621 compared to 476 this year. Row homes, or townhomes, although down from February to February, were up by 76 per cent in 2019 on a year-toyear basis. So, although the numbers at the bottom of the chart appear similar, how they got that way is not with the first couple of months of 2018 being boosted mainly by big single-family numbers, while 2019 has been boosted by multi-family projects. Most February starts were in the northwest quadrant (190), followed by the southeast (171 total with 131 apartment starts).

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In addition to starts, another indicator of market health is new home completions. Here 2019 is outpacing last year by a significant amount (1,599 to 1,442), mainly thanks to homes started last summer and completed in January. In fact, February completions were down 34 per cent (850 to 562) compared to last year, meaning January 2019 saw more than 1,000 completions in the Calgary market! The cost of obtaining shelter in Calgary has gone down a little, with the average absorbed price of a single-family home dropping from $660,093 in February 2018 to $617,370 this year. Meanwhile, rent for a one-bedroom apartment is around $1,050 and a twobedroom approximately $1,272. What can be taken from all of this is that the trend for multifamily starts to outpace singlefamily continues, driven in large

part by the affordability factor. Combined with federal stress-test rules for mortgages –designed mainly to address unstable real estate markets in Vancouver and Toronto – that make getting a mortgage more difficult for many first-time buyers, but may be contributing to the slowdown in the local Calgary housing market. Watch for multi-family starts to continue to outpace single-family starts for the foreseeable future. Jim Zang is a professional writer/ editor who has lived in Calgary his entire life. He has been reporting on the local housing industry since the early 1990s and is the former editor and associate publisher of a variety of housing industry and lifestyle publications in Calgary and region.

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INSIDE CALGARY

CONDO BOARDS NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT by JIM ZANG

WELCOME to Inside

Calgary, the latest feature in NextHome’s New Home + Condo Guide. Each month, we’ll touch base with some of our regular industry contacts and reach out to new sources for information on what’s going on in the local housing industry. From updates on new community developments, to grand openings of showhomes and important industry reports and events, we’ll try to bring you a variety of snippets and keep you up-to-date on what’s new.

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There are condo boards, and then there are condo boards. It’s the second kind I’m referring to here, the cork board at the entrance of the building and not the group of folks who get together to discuss business on behalf of the condo corporation. Not every condo building has one of these boards – mine does, my daughter’s doesn’t – but I actually find them quite useful. Oh sure, there’s the potential for abuse – we’ve all seen the local take-out restaurant information board taken over by a zillion overlapping business cards. And I still laugh when I remember the episode of Seinfeld where Kramer thought it would be a good idea to promote community by putting everyone’s name and photo on the corkboard. I’m all for community, but I understand not everyone, particularly those who live alone, want their photo posted like a post office wanted poster.

Utilized properly, like at my condo, a corkboard at the front entry is quite handy. One sheet of paper tells you how to contact the management company. Another reminds folks of the smoking bylaws on the condominium property; that one went up last October with the legalization of marijuana. Another letter reminds folks not to leave their windows open so the pipes won’t freeze, as it’s a water-heated building, and another reminds people to pick up their dog’s droppings. Some smart marketer has pinned their pet food store business cards on that one, while a housekeeping service has stuffed some cards in the bottom right hand corner of the frame. Parking regulations are outlined, including electric vehicle charging policy (even though I’ve never seen one in the parking lot) and, yes, there’s even a letter on the board telling you how to contact the board.


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BUYERS CAN ENJOY FABULOUS AMENITIES, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION AT

BUCCI’S RADIUS Condo buyers can enjoy more than a dozen fabulous on-site amenities, a stellar location and immediate possession at Radius, Bucci Developments’ fourth condo offering in the highly sought after area of Bridgeland. “We’re excited that the building is now complete; people are moving in and loving the amenities that include four fitness centres, a pet wash, a car wash, a ski/snowboard/ bike workshop and aconcierge,” says Director of Sales, Marketing 28  New Home + Condo Guide  |   Apr. 5–May 3, 2019


and Leasing Chelsey Marshall, adding there is also an 8,000-sq.ft. rooftop terrace featuring garden plots and a barbecue station. “For people looking to purchase, having the building finished means they can now tour the amenities and unsold units so they can get a first-hand feel for the lifestyle found at Radius. “We still have a selection of one-, two-, two-plus-den and penthouse suites available for immediate possession,” she says. One bedrooms start at $325,000; two bedrooms from $360,000. Marshall notes a major attraction for buyers is the amazing location. “Bridgeland is great because of its proximity to so many amenities: the downtown core, the C-Train,

river pathways, parks and greenspaces, great dining and boutique-style retail, schools, and access to major arteries, like Deerfoot Trail, 16th Avenue and Memorial Drive.” Buyers also love the wellappointed interiors with features such as nine- to 10-ft. ceilings, laminate floors, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, eating bars, large balconies, insuite laundry with washer and dryer and air-conditioning. Condos also come with titled parking and an assigned storage locker.

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4. WEST SPRINGS Builders: Vivace by Streetside Developments

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7. BELMONT By: Anthem United Builders: Homes by Avi, Cedarglen Homes, JaymanBUILT, Morrison Homes, Shane Homes, Streetside Developments, Trico Homes belmontcalgary.com

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PROPERTY PROFILE

MATTAMY BRINGS RECIPE FOR SUCCESS TO

YORKVILLE IN CALGARY’S DEEP SOUTH You don’t last more than 40 years in business and sell literally thousands of homes without learning a few things along the way, and Mattamy Homes – operating in the Calgary area for more than 10 years – has it down to a science. Take its newest community, Yorkville, in Calgary’s deep south. Located on the west side of Sheriff King Street and south of 194 Avenue, Yorkville offers a perfect mix of housing types to match any lifestyle or budget, and all in a master-planned community setting. Of course, that’s one of 34  New Home + Condo Guide  |   Apr. 5–May 3, 2019

the big advantages of being both the developer and one-and-only home builder in the community. “Mattamy has taken great strides to ensure there is an even and consistent flow to how the community is shaped,” says senior marketing manager Karla Schultz. “We have always said ‘parks before people’ and this means ensuring we have taken into account the mix of greenspace, walking trails, playgrounds, water features, etc. to how the streetscapes are planned. We design for natural amenities, such as creeks,

wetlands and parks, to ensure we maximize residents’ access to, and views of, these features.” To that end, a significant portion of the community’s 320 acres have been designated for storm ponds, natural reserve, parks, and a pathway system. The fouracre central park features a large storm water pond with walking bridge, skateboard park area, half basketball court, playground, greenspaces, connecting pathways, space for a future Home Owner Association facility, plus a unique piece of public art that’s


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sure to be a favourite photo spot when complete. “Adding art to the community helps create a place of gathering,” says Schultz. “The touches of red brick in the design really connect with the architecture in the community. The pond area will also feature fountains that will be a nice addition to the overall beauty of the area.” Construction will commence on a smaller park area featuring a tot playground this spring, with completion occuring by the fall. Additionally, two future schools, public and Catholic, two future Calgary Transit bus routes, plus quick access to LRT, Stoney and Macleod Trails, proximity

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COMMUNITY Yorkville DEVELOPER/ BUILDER Mattamy Homes HOME TYPE Single-family, duplex, townhome WEBSITE mattamyhomes.com/ calgary

to shopping centres, Spruce Meadows and Kananaskis Country are all key selling points with prospective homeowners. So far, says Schultz, Yorkville is proving to be popular with everyone from buyers who are just starting out, to those who are looking to downsize and those who are in between. “With one sales centre, one team, future residents are able to have one team work for them on options that suit their family and financial needs. We have onsite mortgage support as well to help facilitate with First Calgary Financial.” The community offers a wide range of housing options, including single-family homes with 31-, 36-, 38- and 44-ft. lot widths, duplex homes and townhomes. All are selling briskly, with the ‘urban towns’ leading the way. Ranging in size from 1,177 to 1,516 sq.-ft., and starting from as low as $309,990, these spacious two- and three-bedroom, twoand-a-half-bathroom townhomes are flexible – and affordable – to suit a variety of buyers’ lifestyles and pocketbooks. Just think, no more parking on the street now that you have your own cozy twocar heated garage! “There will be lots of options here throughout the entire community for both three and six-unit townhome buildings,” says Schultz, “with seven different floorplans available. Buildings flanking Sheriff King Street all have an exterior Brownstone Colonial look to give a really great street appeal.” Nine showhomes are currently open in the community, including three urban townhomes, two rear-lane duplexes and four singlefamily models. Showhomes and sales centre are open Monday to Thursday from 1-8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. nexthome.ca  35


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NEW HOMES

NEW CONDOS

1. AUBURN BAY

2. CRANSTON

By: Brookfield Residential Builders: Brookfield Residential, Cedarglen Homes, Baywest Homes, Jayman BUILT, Albi Homes, Morrison Homes, Discovery Homes AUBURN WALK by Cardel Lifestyles CANOE by Avi Urban REGATTA by Brookfield Residential liveauburnbay.ca

By: Brookfield Residential Builders: Albi Homes, Cardel Homes, Cedarglen Homes, Trico Homes, Morrison Homes, Landmark Homes, Baywest Homes, Brookfield Residential,

CRANSTON RIDGE by Cardel Lifestyles

ZEN CRANSTON by Avalon Master Builder brookfieldresidential.com

RIVERSTONE OF CRANSTON Builders: Albi Homes, Cedarglen Homes, Landmark Homes, Baywest Homes, Calbridge Homes, Brookfield Residential ORIGINS by Streetside Developments livecranston.ca

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7. QUARRY PARK By: Remington Developments CHAMPAGNE by Remington Developments THE GATES by Remington Developments GLADSTONE by Remington Developments

8. WESTMAN VILLAGE By: Jayman BUILT Builders: Jayman BUILT westmanvillage.com

9. SETON By: Brookfield Residential Builders: Avalon Master Builder, Brookfield Residential, Cedargle n Homes, Jayman BUILT, Rohit Communities, Trico Homes thesetonexperience.com


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PROPERTY PROFILE

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LOCATION Copperfield, S.E. Calgary BUILDER/DEVELOPER Vesta Properties HOME TYPES Townhomes, classic single-family, laned single-family CONTACT copperstoneliving.com

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New homebuyers can find the perfect home and live the life they imagined in Copperstone, the newest community in Copperfield in southeast Calgary. Being developed by Vesta Properties, Copperstone in Copperfield is a master-planned community that has something to suit every budget and lifestyle, says Vesta sales manager AJ van der Linden. “Whether you’re looking for your first home, a singlefamily lane home where you can start raising your kids, or a classic single-family home where you can live in luxury, you can find

the perfect home to meet your lifestyle in Copperstone. “We’re crafting three housing styles featuring upgrades as standards such as quartz countertops, fireplaces, nine-ft. ceilings, laminate and tile flooring and stainless-steel appliances, starting at some of the lowest price points in southeast Calgary,” he says. Buyers love the intelligently designed three-bedroom townhomes starting from the $280,000s that range from 1,3201,700 sq. ft. and include tandem or double garages. The townhomes feature sophisticated finishings,


oversized windows and gourmet kitchens. The townhomes also have acoustically engineered shared walls to ensure privacy, and landscaped front and back yards. Single-family lane homes offer an attractive mix of modern interiors and charming exteriors highlighted by traditional front porches and landscaped front yards, creating an inviting welcome. These three-bedroom homes starting from the $370,000s range from 1,380 to 1,650 sq. ft. and present sunny, open-concept main living levels and unfinished basements. The classic single-family homes with front-attached double garages are designed with families

in mind, showcasing spacious three- and four-bedroom designs priced from $430,000s and ranging from 1,820 to more than 2,300 sq. ft. Contemporary main living levels wow buyers with high-end finishings and openconcept plans include gourmetinspired kitchens that are great for entertaining. Along with great designs and price points, another draw for buyers at Copperstone is the location, says van der Linden. It’s within walking distance to schools and the community centre, and is close to the South Trail Crossing Shopping Centre, the south hospital and major routes such as Stoney and Deerfoot Trails

and 52nd Street S.E. that provide access to downtown, across town and to the mountains. As well, Copperfield is a popular, well-established community with an abundance of nearby amenities such as parks, trails and playgrounds to keep families entertained and active. Vesta has a presentation centre with two classic showhomes already open. Two townhome showhomes will open April 6. For more information, visit the showhomes at 1205 Copperfield Blvd. S.E., Monday to Thursday, 2-8 p.m., Friday’s noon-6 p.m and weekends, noon-5 p.m., or visit copperstoneliving.com. nexthome.ca  39


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NEW HOMES

NEW CONDOS

1. FIRESIDE

4. RIVERSONG

By: La Vita Land Builders: Calbridge, Janssen, Kingsmith, Landmark, ReidBuilt Homes firesidecochrane.com

By: Tamani Communities Builders: Jayman BUILT, Trico Homes, THE RISE by Jayman Modus riversongcochrane.com

2. HEARTLAND

5. JUMPING POUND RIDGE

By: Apex Developments Builders: Excel Homes, ROHIT, Pacesetter by Sterling BRAND by Birchwood Properties heartlandcochrane.com

By Slokker Homes jumpingpound.com

3. THE WILLOWS OF RIVER HEIGHTS By: La Vita Land Inc. Builders: Janssen Homes, Kingsmith Homes, NuVista Homes and Sterling Homes thewillowscochrane.com

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6. SUNSET RIDGE BY MELCOR Builders: Excel Homes, Homes by Avi, JaymanBUILT, Landmark Homes


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2. CORNERSTONE By: Anthem United Builders: Jayman BUILT, Shane Homes, Morrison Homes, Truman Homes, Pacesetter Homes liveatcornerstone.ca

3. REDSTONE By: Qualico Communities Builders: Broadview Homes, NuVista Homes, Pacesetter Homes, Jayman BUILT, Trico Homes, Creations by Shane Homes, Shane Homes (Shane showhome to be built in spring) calgary.qualicocommunities.com/ redstone

NEW CONDOS

6. LIVINGSTON

2 By: Anthem United Builders: Jager Homes and WestView Builders theranchunited.com

7. SKYVIEW RANCH

Builders: Douglas Homes, Today’s Homes, Ribero Homes and Compass Rose Homes lakesofmuirfield.com

By: Brookfield Residential Builders: Arrive by Partners Developments

12. LYALTA THE LAKES OF MUIRFIELD

8. CHESTERMERE RAINBOW FALLS By: Truman Developments Builder: Jager Homes, Lionsworthe Homes, Douglas Homes, ReidBuilt Homes

9. KINNIBURGH

By: Mattamy Homes Builders: Mattamy Homes mattamyhomes.com

By: Pollyco Developments Builders: Stepper Homes, Canterra custom homes, Sterling Homes, Lifestyle Homes, Douglas Homes, Westridge Fine Homes, Broadview Homes, ReidBuilt Homes, Sunstar Homes, Jager Homes

5. SAVANNA IN SADDLE RIDGE

10. LAKEPOINTE

By: Genstar Development Co. Builders: Cardel Homes, Homes by Avi, Excel Homes, Arcuri Homes, Rohit Communities genstar.com/calgary/savanna

By: Mattamy Homes Builder: Mattamy Homes Location: Sales centre 400 Westpark Dr. mattamyhomes.com

4. CITYSCAPE

11. THE RANCH

By: Brookfield Residential ple Dr Builders: Homes by Avi, Brookfield Okotoks BlackMorrison Homes, JaymanBuilt, Residential, Diamond Cedarglen Homes, Daytona Homes MAVERICK by Avi Urban brookfieldresidential.com

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1. RANCHERS’ RISE

4. HIGH RIVER MONTROSE

By: Bordeaux Developments Builders: Baywest Homes, Sterling Homes, Wolverine Custom Homes okotoksranchersrise.com

By: Dream Development Builder: Lifestyle Homes, Red Door Homes escapethecity.ca

2. DRAKE LANDING

5. HERITAGE POINTE ARTESIA AT HERITAGE POINTE

By: Anthem United Builders: Lifestyle Homes, Sterling Homes, Prominent Homes drakeunited.com

3. MOUNTAINVIEW By: Apex Developments Builders: Excel Homes, Sterling Homes mountainviewokotoks.com

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6. D’ARCY By: Anthem United Builders: Morrison Homes, Pacesetter by Sterling Homes, Trico Homes darcyokotoks.com

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A WELCOME HOME INTERIOR DESIGN PACKAGE + $5,000 FURNITURE CREDIT* Purchase a Copperstone Townhome between April 6 to May 31, 2019 and enter for a CHANCE TO WIN a Welcome Home Professional Interior Design Package by SmithErickson Designs and a $5,000 Furniture Credit to CF Interiors! Interior design provided by SmithErickson Designs, these city savvy townhomes are ideal for people looking to put down roots in the prestigious community of Copperfield. Showhomes officially open April 6th, 2019 between 12:00pm to 5:00pm. Welcome Home Interior Design Package Includes: • Two one-hour interior design consultations from SmithErickson Designs • Main floor interior furniture concept for your kitchen, living room and dining room • Main floor interior layout concept for your kitchen, living room and dining room • PLUS $5,000 furniture credit towards your furniture selections from CF Interiors Stephanie Smith & Jenelle Erickson

VISIT OUR SALES CENTRE: 1205 Copperfield Blvd SE, Calgary WWW.COPPERSTONELIVING.COM

Monday to Thursday: 2pm - 8pm

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*Offer valid on Copperstone townhome purchases made from April 6 to May 31, 2019. Terms and conditions may apply. Welcome Home Interior Design Package by SmithErickson Designs includes, two (2) one-hour interior design consultations whereby SmithErickson Designs present one (1) main floor interior furniture concept and one (1) layout concept for the kitchen, living room and dining areas only and one (1) furniture selection and budget statement. The furniture credit of $5,000 may only be used towards CF Interiors Furniture as recommended by SmithErickson Designs. This offer is not redeemable for cash. Prices do not include GST. Renderings are an artist’s conception and are intended as a general reference only. Vesta Properties (Copperfield) Ltd. reserves the right to modify or change plans, specifications and prices without notice. E&O.E.

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