Con­naught, McKen­zie Towne top condo re­sales

Calgary Herald New Condos - - New Condos - JOSH SKAPIN

Re­sale ac­tiv­ity of con­dos in the sec­ond quar­ter of the year were led by a historic down­town neigh­bour­hood and a new com­mu­nity in the south­east.

The in­ner-city south­west com­mu­nity of Con­naught out-paced all ends of the city with 140 deals be­tween April 1 and the end of June, says the Cal­gary Real Es­tate Board.

These sales were for an av­er­age price of $391,132. The sec­ond high­est sales came in the com­mu­nity of McKen­zie Towne, where 100 con­dos changed hands at an av­er­age price of $288,608.

For quad­rants, south­west Cal­gary was the busiest last quar­ter.

Zone C, which roughly cov­ers the quad­rant, reached 1,301 trans­ac­tions. These homes sold at an av­er­age of $375,750.

Be­hind Con­naught, the top-sell­ing com­mu­ni­ties in­clude Vic­to­ria Park with 83, Evergreen with 56 and there were 48 sales in Mis­sion.

Zone A, which trans­lates to north­west Cal­gary, had 748 sales in the sec­ond quar­ter. Con­dos in this area sold for an av­er­age price of $329,788.

Panorama Hills had the most sales in the com­mu­nity with 70. It was trailed by 43 sales in Coun­try Hills Vil­lage and 42 in Royal Oak.

South­east Cal­gary, or Zone D, saw new own­ers for 349 homes last quar­ter.

Av­er­age sales in this zone went for $310,278.

Trail­ing McKen­zie Towne, the com­mu­ni­ties with high­est sales were Cranston with 39, Cop­per­field at 27 and there were 25 trans­ac­tions in New Brighton.

In Zone B, which is mostly the north­east side, there were 232 sales. Its av­er­age price was the low­est in the city at $228,159. In Taradale, 26 con­dos changed hands, which was the busiest in the zone. Sad­dleridge, Piner­idge and Marl­bor­ough Park all had 20 sales last quar­ter.

Brook­field Res­i­den­tial

McKen­zie Towne was sec­ond only to Con­naught for condo re­sale ac­tiv­ity last quar­ter.

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