Nine floor plans part of project

Condo devel­op­ment tak­ing shape

Calgary Herald - Calgary Herald New Condos - - New Condos - CLAIRE YOUNG

Acom­plete view of Cardel Life­styles’ Panorama West condo project is tak­ing shape. Build­ing B is 95 per cent sold, with pos­ses­sions wrap­ping up with enough time for new homeowners to dec­o­rate for the hol­i­days.

Mean­while, Build­ing C is un­der con­struc­tion and 70 per cent sold.

The new year will see the fi­nal build­ing brought on board for sales, likely in Fe­bru­ary.

“There’s lots of progress and things have gone really well,” says Brad Lo­gel, area sales man­ager for Panorama West.

“As of a week or so ago, we had 88 firm sales for this year and they’re all apart­ment con­dos, which for sub­ur­ban apart­ment con­dos is really good.”

Panorama West of­fers nine dif­fer­ent floor plans in the 288-unit condo project.

The first build­ing of 48 units holds the four show suites for the devel­op­ment. The other three build­ings are 80 units each.

Prices start at $156,900 be­fore GST, and reach about $300,000. Units range from 572 square feet for a onebed­room unit with one bath­room to 1,037 square feet for the largest of the units with two bed­rooms and two bath­rooms.

The com­mu­nity of Panorama, which was cre­ated by Gen­star Devel­op­ment Co., con­tin­ues to at­tract buy­ers be­cause its ameni­ties are now so well es­tab­lished, says Lo­gel.

“It’s still the ‘have’ neigh­bour­hood when you look at north neigh­bour­hoods,” he says. “You have all the schools, in­fra­struc­ture, tran­sit, great ease of ac­cess to ma­jor roads, the rec cen­tre and all the shop­ping and other ameni­ties, like the parks.”

Res­i­dents of Panorama West are within walking dis­tance of shops, restau­rants and fast food.

“You can walk to buy a bot­tle of wine. You can walk to two banks,” says Lo­gel.

Panorama West is also next to the largest Rex­all in West­ern Canada — which has a med­i­cal clinic in­side it — and a pro­posed Saveon-Foods gro­cery store next door re­cently re­ceived its build­ing per­mit, with con­struc­tion planned to start this month.

Across the street on a fu­ture joint-use school site will be a base­ball di­a­mond and soc­cer fields.

A path­way sys­tem winds around the nearby pond, past mil­lion-dol­lar homes, to a gazebo and tot lot.

“We have, in some cases, more ameni­ties and the con­ve­nient liv­ing even more so than in some ar­eas of down­town, but for half the price,” says Lo­gel.

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