San­der­son Ridge is ideal for adults seek­ing an ac­tive, care­free life

StarMetro Calgary - - SPECIAL FEATURE: NEW HOMES - Mario Toneguzzi

When it comes to ameni­ties, San­der­son Ridge on Fish Creek Park boasts that peo­ple can ex­pect noth­ing less than the very best in Cal­gary’s premier 40+ adult liv­ing res­i­dence.

Jen­nifer Thacker, mar­ket­ing co-or­di­na­tor for the project, says the de­vel­op­ment, owned by Telsec, of­fers re­sort-style liv­ing for ac­tive adults on the edge of the ex­pan­sive Fish Creek Park.

“It has a ton of ameni­ties for ev­ery­body and it’s like a com­mu­nity in its own right,” says Thacker. “There’s so many ac­tiv­i­ties.”

San­der­son Ridge has made it sim­ple for res­i­dents to live a healthy and so­cial life, pro­vid­ing nu­mer­ous spa­ces and ex­pe­ri­ences for them right at their doorstep.

Thacker says the de­vel­op­ment was de­signed for ac­tive adult liv­ing — rather than re­tire­ment liv­ing or in­de­pen­dent liv­ing — and it’s an ideal place for those look­ing to down­size or es­cape the main­te­nance of de­tached home liv­ing, empty nesters ex­plor­ing their new­found free­dom, and snow­birds.

“I think peo­ple like that it’s kind of their next se­cond place. Down­siz­ing. The kids are gone and now they’re able to move into a smaller place and be able to just go on va­ca­tion and lock and leave. And not worry about things like se­cu­rity, land­scap­ing and mow­ing the lawn or shov­el­ling the side­walk. They like that as­pect,” says Thacker.

“They also like that it’s an ac­tive com­mu­nity in San­der­son Ridge and there’s also al­ways some­thing go­ing on. You can be as ac­tive as you want or not in­volved.”

San­der­son Ridge is a four­phase project. Phase 4 is cur­rently be­ing built with units rang­ing in size from 751 square feet to 1,780 square feet and the price rang­ing from $349,900 to $915,900.

There will be just over 300 units at San­der­son Ridge upon com­ple­tion.

San­der­son Ridge is de­signed with ameni­ties that make is easy for res­i­dents to live a healthy and so­cial life.

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