Lux­ury ris­ing in Win­der­mere

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Project over­view

Sig­na­ture Tower is tak­ing sub­ur­ban liv­ing to new heights, lit­er­ally. What most would ex­pect to see only in down­town high­rises, Sig­na­ture Tower brings to south­west Ed­mon­ton, with lux­ury fin­ishes, an ameni­ties-rich build­ing and sur­round­ing com­mu­nity, and unique, spa­cious suites. Win­der­mere may not be down­town Ed­mon­ton, but res­i­dents at Sig­na­ture Tower get the best of both worlds.

hous­ing ameni­ties

Suites fea­ture roomy bal­conies and in­te­rior fin­ishes to write home about: stain­less steel ap­pli­ance pack­ages, quartz coun­ters with eat­ing bar and glass tile back­splashes. The spa­cious suites also fea­ture lam­i­nate, tile and car­peted floor­ing and de­signer themes of light and dark colour pal­ettes. En­joy the standup shower with rain shower heads, just an­other lux­u­ri­ous touch here.

Lo­ca­tion and tran­sit

The city’s south­west is a boom­ing quad­rant of grow­ing neigh­bour­hoods, shop­ping, ser­vices and greenspaces. Win­der­mere is well-es­tab­lished, with con­ve­nient bus stops along Eller­slie Road SW, 170th Street and the tran­sit ex­change at West Ed­mon­ton Mall. For driv­ers, down­town sites are ac­ces­si­ble via 170th Street. The An­thony Hen­day is also con­ve­niently close.

In the neigh­bour­hood

The Win­der­mere Golf and Coun­try Club and abun­dant green spa­ces are close to Sig­na­ture Tower in Win­der­mere and Am­ble­side. Just across the street, the Cur­rents of Win­der­mere shop­ping cen­tre of­fers ser­vices, re­tail shops, en­ter­tain­ment and some 13 restau­rants. The area is also rich with cy­cle and walk­ing paths, parks and all lev­els of school­ing.


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