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New Calgary Condos – Champagne

  • July 26, 2011
  • By Cody Battershill

The Champagne of New Calgary Condo Developments

New Calgary Condo Champagne in Quarry Park

Champagne in Quarry Park will bring a new level of opulence to the Calgary condo market. Developed by Remington Corporation in the community of Quarry Park, according to the developer, Champagne will be unlike anything the Calgary condo market has seen!

Quarry park is a new 385 acre development with 92 Acres of park space just off Glenmore Trail and 18st SE which is home to a mixed use village type atmosphere with office, condo, home and retail all intelligently woven into the new community's landscape. If you drive through Quarry Park, you will see it is a unique one of a kind enclave unlike anything else in Calgary.

Features at Champagne

The single level luxury river front condos will be an amazing addition to the area. Ranging in size from 800-2400 sqft, these condos are for a discerning buyer looking for the convenience of condo living without sacrificing space, size and a high level of finishing s.

There will be a total of 177 units is several low rise buildings, the first of which will have 29 units. Built using a pre-cast concrete structure, Champagne will be built to the best standards. To put its money where its mouth is Remington is also going to offer a 2,5 and 10 year warranty on the project, something unique in the Calgary condo market.

First possessions will be in the fall of 2012 and prices start in the mid 300's range.

Questions about New Calgary Condos?

best value Calgary real estate Remax Realtor Cody BattershillFor more information, please call me at 403-370-4180. I do not work for the developer, I work for you. I can assist you with picking the best unit for your lifestyle and resale down the road.

I also assist with upgrades, colours and the entire sales process from start to finish so you always have your own representation, independent of the developer looking out for your best interests.

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