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to sac­rif ice qual­ity.”

With the num­ber of large condo towers that were ei­ther put on hold or can­celled al­to­gether dur­ing the re­cent re­ces­sion — and the long con­struc­tion pe­riod needed for con­do­mini­ums of this size — Gow fore­sees a short­age of units in the fu­ture.

“I think in the next few years, there will be a lack of in­ven­tory, so this is a good time to buy,” he says. “With costs down now, I think that by this time next year, peo­ple will be look­ing back and say­ing, ‘We should have bought.’”

The High­bury has two guest suites and a se­cured, un­der­ground parkade with a dog wash.

Out­side, the devel­op­ment has a mod­ern, up­scale look that of­fers al­most wall-towall win­dows all through the tower.

Due to the project’s lo­ca­tion, down­town, moun­tain and Fish Creek Park views are un­ob­structed as the tower climbs.

The sec­ond and third towers — which are slated to be 12 and eight storeys high, re­spec­tively — have been com­pleted to grade level, with the un­der­ground parkade also com­pleted.

“Th­ese are for sale to de­vel­op­ers now and there has been some in­ter­est — and, I un­der­stand, a cou­ple of of­fers are in,” says Gow.

“It will have to be an ex­pe­ri­enced de­vel­oper be­cause of the high level of fin­ish­ing on the ex­te­rior. Be­cause it’s capped al­ready at the main floor, con­struc­tion will be quick, likely sav­ing as much as one-and-a-half years of con­struc­tion time.”

The project is across the street from the Fish CreekLa­combe LRT sta­tion.

Hard­wood floors are among the fea­tures avail­able to buy­ers in the High­bury com­plex.

The mas­ter bed­room in the show suite of the devel­op­ment.

The kitchen has Fisher and Paykel stain­less-steel ap­pli­ances.

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