Cop­per­field Park’s third phase

Young sin­gles flock­ing to classy south­east condo com­plex

Calgary Herald - Calgary Herald New Condos - - New Condos - AN­DREA COX

Build­ing on the suc­cess of Cop­per­field Park I and Cop­per­field Park II, Brad Rem­ing­ton Homes re­cently launched its third multi-fam­ily project in Cop­per­field and it’s cre­at­ing a se­ri­ous buzz.

Cop­per­field Park III ex­udes stately el­e­gance with a lively twist.

Clas­sic ar­chi­tec­ture with rich­ly­de­tailed ex­te­ri­ors swathed in shades of yel­low, olive and red brick cre­ate a wel­com­ing vibe.

The project is a con­tem­po­rary col­lec­tion of 304 one-, two- and three-bed­room con­do­mini­ums with gen­er­ous and unique floor plans rang­ing from 565 to almost 1,000 square feet.

Phase 1 set sail two weeks ago and is al­ready 70 per cent sold. And it’s no won­der: The project is chi chi, some­thing one would ex­pect in the in­ner city, not in the sub­urbs.

De­signed with a bou­tique-style flavour, the col­lec­tion spans four in- ti­mately-sized, four-storey build­ings.

Floor plans are both thought­ful and sassy while the in­te­rior de­sign is noth­ing short of in­spired.

This past week­end, the sales cen­tre and its six show suites were hum­ming with a con­stant stream of po­ten­tial buy­ers in ev­ery age group.

Bryan Lo­gel, Cop­per­field Park III’s sales man­ager, at­tributes the project’s suc­cess to both de­sign and price point.

One suite that stands out for thought­ful de­sign is the E2, a 642-square foot, one-bed­room, one-bath­room de­sign with an over­sized kitchen, large enough to ac­com­mo­date ei­ther an op­tional is­land with eat­ing bar or a fam­ily-sized farm­house ta­ble, per­fect for Thanks­giv­ing din­ners. The open-con­cept space fea­tures a built-in work sta­tion, a din­ing nook and a large liv­ing room that opens onto a 72-square-foot out­door ter­race. Gen­er­ous banks of win­dows al­low nat­u­ral light to stream through the home.

The in­te­rior de­sign says rock star glam. Think Madonna — sparkling stain­less steel back­splash tiling, gleam­ing stain­lesssteel ap­pli­ances, honed gran­ite coun­ter­tops and vinyl wood floor plank­ing set the stage. White­washed walls jux­ta­posed with dark wood cabi­netry and punc­tu­ated with hits of tex­tured wall­pa­per makes the de­sign stand out even fur­ther.

The master bed­room is at once whim­si­cal and fem­i­nine with its shiny flo­ral wall cov­er­ings and thick shag rug. But the ic­ing on the cake is the huge walk-in closet, def­i­nitely more than enough space to house all of the de­signer good­ies.

“The sub­ur­ban condo mar­ket was re­ally miss­ing this type of de­sign,” says Lo­gel, not­ing the de­sign is re­ally ap­peal­ing to the up­wardly-mo­bile sin­gle buyer. So much so that the E2 model is sold out un­til the re­lease of Phase II. And the sis­ter plan of the E2, the two-bed­room, twobath­room C model also blends to­gether a se­ries of de­sign el­e­ments that cre­ate a win­ning com­bi­na­tion, from gen­er­ous­lypro­por­tioned bed­rooms to kitchens that sing.

Lo­gel says he ex­pects Phase II to be launched soon. Homes start at $149,900 and that price in­cludes a ti­tled park­ing stall and a large stor­age locker. Oc­cu­pancy is slated for the fall of 2015.

Pho­tos: An­drea Cox/for the Cal­gary Her­ald.

The great room in Cop­per­field Park III’s E2 show home; the E2 is a 642-square foot, one-bed­room, one-bath­room condo with an over­sized kitchen.

The ex­te­rior of the E2 show home: a look more ur­ban than sub­ur­ban.

Decor in the E2’s bed­room is both whim­si­cal and fem­i­nine.

Pho­tos: An­drea Cox/for the Cal­gary Her­ald

The E2’s over­sized kitchen is large enough to ac­com­mo­date ei­ther an op­tional is­land with eat­ing bar or a fam­ily-sized farm­house ta­ble.

The de­vel­oper is tar­get­ing up­wardly-mo­bile sin­gle buy­ers.

A built-in work sta­tion is part of the open-con­cept de­sign of the E2.

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