Nine floor plans part of project
Condo development taking shape
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.