Time to Ar­rive at SkyView

Com­plex will con­tain 108 units

Calgary Herald - Calgary Herald New Condos - - New Condos - KATHY MCCORMICK

The north-cen­tral cor­ri­dor of Cal­gary is grow­ing fast — and that’s one of the rea­sons peo­ple have grav­i­tated to SkyView Ranch just south of Stoney Trail in the north­east.

New roads and ser­vices are pop­ping up al­most daily. The CrossIron Mills shop­ping com­plex is just a short drive away.

The neigh­bour­hood has ameni­ties, parks and all types of hous­ing choices, from starter to move-up. It’s time to Ar­rive. Ar­rive at SkyView Ranch is the lat­est condo de­velop- ment un­der con­struc­tion in SkyView Ranch.

The f irst set of townhomes is now be­ing com­pleted and the f irst show homes should open by the end of the month.

Mean­while, the sales cen­tre has all the in­for­ma­tion about Ar­rive, the affordable, en­try-level homes by Part­ners De­vel­op­ment Group.

The com­plex will have 108 units by com­ple­tion, de­vel­oped in six phases or build­ings of at­tached townhomes.

Con­struc­tion is now un­der­way on the third block of townhomes, so pos­ses­sion dates are soon and flex­i­ble.

Nearly 20 homes are al­ready sold in the f irst phase.

Two types of townhomes are avail­able, with end units adding some square footages through box-out ar­eas that widen the homes.

The twobed­room units are 1,212 to 1,347 square feet and have an over­sized, at­tached, sin­gle-car garage and den on the first of three floors.

The three­bed­room mod­els range from 1,232 to 1,300 square feet and are wider.

These have dou­ble, at­tached garages on the first level, but the rest of that floor has not been de­vel­oped to in­clude a den, hence the dif­fer­ence in sizes.

The homes all have open de­signs for the sec­ond floor, with the liv­ing room, din­ing room and kitchen fill­ing the gen­er­ous space. The stairs are against the wall, open­ing up the area even more, and the ceil­ings

MSee our web­site for more pho­tos un­der the head­ing: ‘Showhomes of the Week.’

Click on ‘24 hours showhomes now open’ for Vir­tual Tours of other homes.

Click on our Cal­gary and Area new home buyer search.

See our Spring Show Home Pa­rade guide. are nine feet high.

The gen­er­ous decks or bal­conies off this level are the full width of the units.

De­pend­ing on lo­ca­tion, some look down on the large park across the street, while some have down­town and moun­tain views.

Up­stairs, the two or three bed­rooms are sep­a­rated from each other, with a full bath­room in-be­tween.

Some of the stan­dard fea­tures in the homes in­clude a full-height back­splash in the kitchens, En­ergy Star ap­pli­ances — in­clud­ing a Ceran top self-clean stove and over­the-range mi­crowave — and large win­dows with low-e glass.

Low-e stands for low emis­siv­ity, a mea­sure of heat loss. The homes also have main­te­nance-free ex­te­ri­ors.

Some of the plans have vaulted ceil­ings in the mas­ter suite.

The de­vel­oper cur­rently has a lim­ited-time pro­mo­tion that adds a gas fire­place in the liv­ing room (other­wise, an op­tion that’s avail­able), stain­less steel ap­pli­ances, lam­i­nate hard­wood floors, an ensuite in the mas­ter bed­room, and one year of free Telus TV and In­ter­net (ask for de­tails).

Check the web­site at www.Ar­rive­Home.ca

The spacious great room of a unit in­cludes this fire­place.

Cour­tesy, Wal­ton De­vel­op­ment Corp.

The kitchen in­cludes a Ceran top self-clean stove.

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