Green on Queensbury: The new Green Necklace trail aims to create accessibility and connection

Posted on Dec 15, 2017 in Blog, General Market News
Green on Queensbury: The new Green Necklace trail aims to create accessibility and connection

Exciting new beginnings are on the horizon for residents in North Vancouver. The City announced the approval of The Green Necklace project set to provide residents with increased accessibility to parks, daycare, community facilities and more on December 4th, 2017.  The 7.5 km cycling/walking path will span from Lonsdale Avenue at West 21st to Grand Boulevard […]

Park Point ‘spoke to us right away’ when couple searched for an inner-city condo

Posted on Sep 22, 2017 in General Market News
Park Point ‘spoke to us right away’ when couple searched for an inner-city condo

  Julie and Dale Sawchuk bought a condo at Park Point. DON MOLYNEAUX CALGARY HERALD While Dale and Julie Sawchuk’s house is on the southwest end of the city, Calgary’s downtown and inner-city has been like their second home. “Almost every weekend, we end up somewhere downtown,” says Dale, who works in sales. “Calgary is […]

Park Point’s views over park, downtown, mountains taking shape

Park Point’s views over park, downtown, mountains taking shape

With a skyscraper in Calgary’s Beltline District now half complete, some early ideas around what makes it special are already proving true. Construction is now at the 50 per cent mark for Park Point, a 34-storey condo tower by B.C.-based developer Qualex-Landmark. The most recent step in the development process, at press time, was the […]

Car optional: Developers weigh walkability factor [PARK POINT]

Car optional: Developers weigh walkability factor [PARK POINT]

Just like the song These Boots Are Made for Walkin’, condo developers in Calgary’s inner-city are finding hits of their own with locations that allow residents to thrive on foot. While not a must-have for everybody, many condo buyers relish the ability to go shopping or out for a bite to eat — without reaching […]

Ever Upward

Posted on Jul 1, 2017 in General Market News
Ever Upward

Park Point leads the way in uplifting Beltline living. The 34-storey, 289-suite tower from Qualex-Landmark™ can already be seen rising across the street from the beloved Central Memorial Park, even as it exceeds the 70 per cent sold threshold. “Since sales launch, Park Point has seen on average about seven home sales per month. This […]

A gentler density for North Vancouver

Posted on Jun 19, 2017 in General Market News
A gentler density for North Vancouver

Moodyville has converted 300 small homes into a neighbourhood with about 2000 units – with the support of most residents. Urban planners are increasingly using the term “gentle density,” to describe the attempt to increase the number of residents in established neighbourhoods, though often, there’s nothing gentle about the process of wholesale change. But North Vancouver […]

Is Calgary the next property hot spot for foreign buyers?

Is Calgary the next property hot spot for foreign buyers?

As B.C. and Ontario slap taxes on non-resident buyers, Alberta has a message: ‘C’mon over’ A few years ago, a real estate developer tapped Buss Marketing in Calgary to drum up interest in a high-rise building in that city, especially from foreign investors. The real estate marketing and sales company courted brokers from Toronto and Vancouver that […]

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