Six storeys tall, inspired by the majesty of British Columbia’s cedar trees, Cedar Creek’s initial building is now more than 70 per cent sold.
“People have always been very loyal to the Edmonds neighbourhood because it’s quiet, but you’re still close to all the existing amenities at HighGate and all the amenities that will be coming with SouthGate City right across the street,” says Manuela Mirecki, Ledingham McAllister’s senior vice-president of marketing and design.
“Cedar Creek is going to be a very diverse community,” she says. “We’re seeing a broad mix of ages, backgrounds, first-time buyers, new Canadians and people whose family have lived here for generations. What unites them is the desire to own a home they can live in for a long time – a home where they can put down roots.”
Stylish by Design
Naturally, these homes include all the meticulous attention to detail you’ve come to expect from this award-winning builder: Nine-foot ceilings, open floorplans, laminate wood-finish flooring throughout main living areas, and matte black pulls and handles to give a sophisticated, contemporary look.
Cedar Creek’s architecture is pure West Coast – natural timber accents, generous overhangs, and warm brick detailing on the lower levels. Pedestrian trails meander through the property, some linking you directly to the parks, streams, trails and shops of SouthGate City. There will be bike racks outside each building to encourage two-wheeling alternatives, and each home includes a membership credit to the onsite Modo car share.
Amenities for the Good Life
When you’re ready to talk amenities, Cedar Creek has you covered with a fitness room, a kids’ play area, a meeting room for when you need to create an impression with your clients, a bike repair shop, and community garden plots. Everything you need is right at home.