Copperfield Park’s third phase
Young singles flocking to classy southeast condo complex
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.
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.
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.