Cor­ner suite of­fers dou­ble the view

Mark on 10th unit has su­perb down­town vis­tas

Calgary Herald - Calgary Herald New Condos - - New Condos - CLAIRE YOUNG WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

With views in two di­rec­tions, a cor­ner unit shows how life in a down­town Cal­gary tower can of­fer ex­cel­lent vis­tas filled with nat­u­ral light.

The Plan A show suite for Qualex-Land­mark’s Mark on 10th condo project con­tains two bed­rooms and a den plan — of­fer­ing an in­te­rior space of 861 to 872 square feet, with a bal­cony or pa­tio be­tween 54 and 829 square feet, de­pend­ing on lo­ca­tion.

The en­trance foyer serves as a pri­vate space to an­swer the door. To the left is a closet with floor-to-ceil­ing slid­ing pan­els hous­ing a stacked washer and dryer.

To the right is a closet for stow­ing coats and boots.

Un­der­foot is wide-plank wood lam­i­nate floor­ing that ex­tends through the liv­ing and din­ing ar­eas.

Next to the closet is the main three-piece bath­room, which is tiled on the floor and the bath sur­round with large, light-coloured porce­lain tiles.

The sink in the bath­room is un­der-mounted and in­cludes wall-mounted mod­ern fixtures. The ceil­ing-height mir­ror above the van­ity of­fers built-in shelves be­hind one panel — a way to keep a va­ri­ety of small items off the coun­ter­top, but within close reach. The home sub­se­quently opens into the main liv­ing space.

The kitchen is built with the range and oven fac­ing the back. A penin­sula is­land hold­ing the sink and dish­washer faces the din­ing area and the great room be­yond.

The tidy kitchen fea­tures glossy white cab­i­nets by No­bilia, which are full height and soft close and have pol­ished chrome hard­ware.

Help­ing cre­ate a uni­fied look, a Lieb­herr fridge with two drawer freez­ers have fully in­te­grated pan­els.

Re­cessed un­der-cab­i­net light­ing bright­ens the counter workspace. A back­splash of small glass tile in a wa­tery blue cast gives a hint of the light blue Prairie sky that will be seen so of­ten from the many win­dows in Mark on 10th.

The kitchen is­land has a wa­ter­fall edge to the quartz coun­ter­top — a fea­ture in the A and C plans — as well as an ex­tended ledge with seat­ing for three peo­ple.

Bev­elled mir­rored pan­els along an in­side wall help bounce light through the kitchen and din­ing ar­eas.

The din­ing area con­tains a mod­ern in­ter­pre­ta­tion of a can­de­labra chan­de­lier.

The great room has plenty of room for seat­ing, with tall win­dows to max­i­mize views and light. To one side of the room is the en­trance to the sec­ondary bed­room, which has a large closet for stor­age.

On the other side of the great room, slid­ing glass doors of­fer ac­cess to the bal­cony or pa­tio, de­pend­ing on the level.

Next to the bal­cony and at one end of the din­ing area is the den, which is closed in with slid­ing glass walls to help keep the sense of space and re­tain the view. The den has win­dows to the ex­te­rior of the build­ing, as well as two to the side onto the bal­cony.

In the back cor­ner of the unit, the mas­ter bed­room has a large closet with floor-to­ceil­ing stor­age. The mas­ter en­suite has with a large glass­walled shower and a round, par­tially sunken ves­sel sink on its quartz coun­ter­top.

Units come with an un­der­ground park­ing stall and a stor­age locker. BUILDER/DE­VEL­OPER: QualexLand­mark. PROJECT: Mark on 10th. LO­CA­TION: The build­ing site is at 901 10th Ave. S.W. The sales cen­tre is at 1120 10th Ave. S.W. The sales cen­tre is open daily from noon to 5 p.m., and is closed on Fri­days. PRICES: Units with one bed­room and a sun­room are priced from $331,800, while mod­els with one bed­room and a flex room are from $342,800. Units with one bed­room and a den are from $381,800. Those with two bed­rooms are from $466,800, while units with two bed­rooms and a den are from $469,800. Mod­els with two bed­room plus a den/fam­ily room are from $800,000. Prices do not in­clude GST. Monthly condo fees are 43 cents per square foot. IN­FOR­MA­TION: Visit the web­site at qualex.ca/mark

Pho­tos: Claire Young/Cal­gary Her­ald

The great room has plenty of space for seat­ing, with tall win­dows to max­i­mize the views and nat­u­ral light.

On the other side of the great room, slid­ing glass doors of­fer ac­cess to the bal­cony or pa­tio.

Above, the mas­ter bed­room has a large closet with floor-to­ceil­ing stor­age. Above right, the main three­piece bath­room keeps items within easy reach. Left, en­joy the view from the den.

Mir­rored pan­els help bounce light through the kitchen and din­ing ar­eas.

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