Developer brings Infinity to Bridgeland
So far, most things have been going along just as Dennis Bothery had it scripted. The partner in Infinity Developments, which has designed and built Infinity at Bridgeland — a 15unit condo building — says things were all chugging along well until the downturn spoiled things from a sales perspective.
“We thought we might be sold out by now,” says Bathory from the stylishly modern show suite of his project. “But we still have five left to sell.”
Infinity is an L-shaped building sitting on a lot on the corner of McDougall Road and 6A Street N.E.
The front and two side elevations are wrapped in brick with stucco as the accent feature. The brick is also integrated into the interior design of some suites as feature walls.
“This whole building is steel and concrete. About the only wood used was for the cabinetry,” says Bathory.
Not only are the building and the townhouses and apartments making up the project good looking, they are also green.
“Infinity is a realistic approach to sustainability,” says Bathory. “Without being LEED-registered, we are shadowing the program’s qualifications to the gold standard.”
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) provides a series of standards for environmentally sustainable construction.
A couple of unique touches to the building are the wildflower rooftop garden as well as individual garden plots so residents can plant their own flowers or vegetables.
The main entry into the building’s lobby is off 6A Street. The 996-square-foot show suite, which fronts onto McDougall Road, has a patio and garden.
Inside, an engineered maple floor covers the entire living area with berber carpeting used in the bedroom.
Entering the townhouse from the lobby, visitors pass the carpeted bedroom with sliding door leading to a wildflower garden and fountain. There is a walk-in closet between the bedroom and the main bath, which has ceramic tile on the floor and around the tub/shower. This room also holds the stacking washer and dryer. At the end of the hall, the residence opens into the main living area where there are two brick feature walls.
One is at the entrance to the patio and the other is in the living room adjacent to the fireplace that is enveloped in porcelain tile.
The kitchen has granite countertops, subway tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, and linen lacquered cabinetry (with oak as an option). The island has a flush eating bar for two.
Currently, Bathory has three townhouses (including the show suite) and two apartments to be sold.
The three townhouses range in size from 996 to 1,324 square feet and are priced from $505,500 to $650,000. The two apartments measure 942 square feet and are priced at $480,000 and $489,000.
Condo fees for the available units run from $335 to $459 per month.
The rooftop garden allows residents to have their own plot for vegetables or flowers.
The living room of the show suite has a brick feature wall beside a porcelain-tiled fireplace.
The brick exterior of the Infinity at Bridgeland has stucco accents.