Kensington has always been one of YYC’s trendiest and most sought after communities. That trend continues today, as more condo projects make their way onto the housing market and they sell out, fast. Not only are they enticing thanks to their location, but the designs are superior, bar none.
Developer Bucci is no stranger to the Sunnyside-Hillhurst condo world, having already sold out their Ven project. Not to mention that Tribeca in Mission is also all spoken for. Condo buyers need not fret, as there remains one project with condos for sale.
The Kensington, the condo complex slated to border 10 St NW and 2nd Ave NW, will house seven floors of concrete with wood and glass detailing. At the entrance, retail space will add some new square footage to storefronts that current line the popular Kensington shopping district. The remaining 6 will offer floor plans ranging from one to two bedrooms, some even with flex rooms and dens. Theses condos are far from feeling micro however, thanks to soaring 8.6 foot ceilings.
Where Kensington condos bring an edge to their appeal is the luxury tech features offered in an affordable unit. In each, USB port outlets, shower speakers, fibre optic cables, and energy efficient appliances come stock. Stackable washer and dryers save space and energy, while the patios and terraces are barbecue ready.
Kensington, an award winning community backed by a BRZ that knows how to give life to the best in events, will offer residents everything from vintage shops to cupcakeries to grocery staples. When it comes time to step outside of the community, the LRT station is just up the block.
Homes prices for Kensington condos start in the mid-300s. The developers broke ground in November 2014, so you won’t have long to wait before they’re move in ready.
Krista Kehoe, Calgary real estate agent & REALTOR®