April 01, 2017
Livingston’s first couple
Tony Gee and Chrizzia Corpuz follow the footsteps of Calgary’s famous pioneer, Sam Livingston, as the couple became the first to buy a home in the new northeast community of Livingston.
Gee and Corpuz cut the ribbon for the official grand opening of the community being developed by Brookfield Residential just off Stoney Trail and Centre Street in the northeast. With 17 new show homes, Livingston is quickly living up to its promise to change the face of this growing quadrant.
One of the unique features that makes Livinsgston stand out is the art piece at the entrance of the community that kind of pays homage to Paris’ Pont des Arts bridge where visitors had attached padlocks as a sign of their love.
“We wanted to do something similar here in Livingston,”says says Jessie Seymour, senior manager of strategic marketing at Brookfield Residential. Gee and Corpuz were also the first to attach their lock here.
The builder group in Livingston includes Brookfield Residential’s housing divisions, building townhomes, duplexes and single-family laned homes; Jayman BUILT and Cedarglen Homes with move-up homes; Morrison Homes, building single-family laned homes and move-up homes; street towns from Homes by Avi; and apartments from Avi Urban.
Starting prices range from the upper $100,000s to the mid-$400,000s, depending on the type of home.NL