‘Grown-up’ suites within inner city
range of housing options.
One-bedrooms between 581 and 718 square feet start from $291,900 to $359,900. The largest two-bedrooms with den range from 909 to 1,124 square feet and are priced from $469,900 to $479,900.
The first phase offers 70 homes under $399,900. Condo fees are not yet set.
“The suites are grownup suites,” says Ben Smith, vice-president of sales and marketing for Bridgeland Crossings. “There’s room for a king-size bed, and full-size fridges and stoves, which isn’t always typical in condos these days.”
The units have elements Smith refers to as “futureproof ” to meet modern needs.
“We are offering a bunch of really exciting features that I haven’t seen in condos before,” says Smith.
Nest Learning Thermostats are installed in each unit. The smart thermostat learns living patterns from its users, helping reduce energy use, and it can be programmed.
Monthly energy reports help homeowners refine their programming. The Nest can also be controlled remotely through a smart phone app.
The electrical outlets in the bedrooms and kitchen come with extra USB plugins to charge phones and tablets while still being able to keep the lamps plugged in.
Other features include tubes to hide cables for media on walls, wool carpeting in bedrooms, motion sensors for lights in walk-in closets and air conditioning.
Being part of The Bridges’ transit-oriented development means being committed to “car-less” (as in less car, not no car) living.
Bridgeland Crossings is on the doorstep of the Bridgeland CTrain, and bus routes. It’s walkable to downtown.