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July 01, 2018

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WestCreek Developments unveils new northeast community

Pepper Rodriguez

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WestCreek Developments unveils their newest community, Cornerbrook, and it is literally on the corner of everything.


With its amazing location by the corner where Stoney Trail and Country Hills Boulevard meet in the northeast, Cornerbrook gives its residents enviable accessibility to everything. From the airport, several employment hubs in the northeast, and all the shopping, entertainment and recreational amenities that this growing sector of the city offers, Cornerbrook is at the centre of them all.

This latest community by WestCreek Developments aims to bring a wider range of housing options, style, and affordability to this “boutique” community of the New North. “But our prime location near some of Calgary’s busiest thoroughfares gives our residents quicker access to wherever they need to go,” says Kalida Goldade, WestCreek Developments’ marketing manager.

“It will be a boutique community of only 1,500 households that will initially offer duplexes, laned homes and move-up homes from some of Calgary’s most prominent homebuilders.”

Pre-sales have started with show homes expected to be available by mid July with a grand opening celebration in September. “Some buyers have already taken advantage of the wicked pre-construction deals that our builders are offering,” she adds.

Duplexes from WestCreek Homes and Stepper Homes are among the first to debut here and they start from the $320,000s.

WestCreek Homes, the homebuilding arm of the developer, will launch their new line of duplexes here. “We’re very excited to introduce our line of duplexes here. We will have four different models with three- and four-bedroom models available. We will also have side entrance and basement development options that many in this market are looking for.”

She adds that all four floorplans will work with the three elevations that they will have available, and range in size from 1,200- to 1,500-square-feet.

“They are all designed with lots of wood and stone accents that will give them very appealing street fronts and enhance the family-friendly streetscapes of the community,” Goldade says. “We’re also known for the extended, covered entrance features for all our homes, and we will carry this through in our duplex models in Cornerbrook.”

Cardel Homes, Stepper Homes and Trico Homes will be building laned homes here as well. While move-up front-drive garage homes will be from Cardel Homes and Trico Homes.

The inherent connectivity of Cornerbrook will be a big benefit to its residents. Goldade says it is designed to connect to the Cornerstone community that lies directly to its west and south. “Our residents will have access to the Major Activity Centre (MAC) going up in Cornerstone, which will offer plenty of shopping, commercial and employment opportunities, making it a true live-work-play community. “

The MAC will straddle Country Hills Boulevard and be a commercial, residential and social hub for the community and beyond.

Cornerbrook itself has 30 per cent of its land devoted to its central park — which together with the parks in the adjoining communities creates a total of 180 acres of recreational green space. They are also connected to the Rotary/Mattamy Greenway regional pathway system.

Cornerbrook represents a return to the northeast for the esteemed developer, “and we couldn’t be more excited with what we have to offer this time,” she says.

“Cornerbrook is designed for families, large and small, and offers a lifestyle for nature lovers with plenty of nearby amenities that makes life easier,” she adds. “It is easily accessible via Stoney Trail, Sountry Hill Boulevard, Deerfot Trail and metis Trail.”

WestCreek Developments, which also develops the two-time SAM community of the year  award winner, Legacy, has plenty more going on.

“Legacy is opening its new ridge lots with estate homes from Crystal Creek Homes and Morrison Homes this summer. A new commercial centre will also open later this year,” Goldade says.

It is also deep in the preparation stage for Wolf Willow, a reclaimed gravel site incorporating the beauty of the Bow River with the serenity of natural parks and landscape. Pathways stretching along the Bow lead to vast open spaces
that will connect the entire community. Wolf Willow is by 194th Avenue in the southeast, and will have homes from Jayman BUILT, Morrison Homes, Shane Homes, Stepper Homes and Trico Homes.

“Pre-sales will begin at Wolf Willow in the fall,” Goldade says.

Fast Facts:
Community: Cornerbrook
Developer: WestCreek Developments
Builders:
Duplexes – Stepper Homes and WestCreek Homes
Laned homes – Cardel Homes, Stepper Homes and Trico Homes
Front-drive move-up homes – Cardel Homes, Trico Homes
Prices: From the $320,000s
Directions: North on Deerfoot Tr., east on Country Hills Blvd., and follow
the signs
Hours: 2 – 8 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays and noon to 5 p.m. weekdays and holidays
Website: www.liveatcornerstone.ca

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