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Stories Tagged - Lakeview

Courtesy of Wade's House Moving

March 15, 2021 | Gerald Vander Pyl

Under the right circumstances, moving a house can be a win-win for buyers and sellers

Now and then, Calgarians going for a morning walk in their community are stunned to discover that a house on their street has disappeared overnight.

No, the house wasn't whisked away by a tornado like in The Wizard of Oz – it's all part of a a way to "recycle" homes that ends up benefiting landowners in two locations.
Courtesy Todd Hirsch

Sept. 11, 2019 | Mario Toneguzzi

My First Home: Todd Hirsch, ATB Financial chief economist

Courtesy Todd Hirsch

When Todd Hirsch went looking for his first home in 1994, he remembers telling his REALTOR® he wanted something that was new or recently updated.

Geoffrey Vanderburg, president of the Lakeview Community Association, says Calgary’s reservoir communities give residents a special connection with nature.
Wil Andruschak / For CREB® Now

Jan. 03, 2019 | Geoff Geddes

Life on the water

Reservoir-community residents feel nurtured by nature

For most homeowners, the idea of stepping outside and being immersed in nature with peaceful walking trails, busy beavers and stunning sunsets is the stuff of dreams. For residents of communities around the Glenmore Reservoir, however, it's just another day in paradise.

Perched on the Elbow River, the Glenmore Reservoir and Dam were constructed in 1933 to provide Calgarians a safe and sufficient supply of drinking water. While they certainly do that, they offer so much more.

"The reservoir has given residents a special connection to the environment," said Geoffrey Vanderburg, president of the Lakeview Community Association.

Courtesy KGL Constructors

June 18, 2018 | Geoff Geddes

A community divided

Lakeview ring road letter drives controversy

It sounded innocuous at first: a letter from the Lakeview Community Association to the province and the City of Calgary to reconsider plans for a portion of the Southwest Ring Road that would link the neighbourhood to a Tsuut'ina development. If you're wondering what could possibly go wrong, the answer is just about everything.

The letter was prompted by concerns that some Lakeview residents expressed about increased traffic that might come with the new $4.5-billion development planned for the Tsuut'ina First Nation. The development would include retail, residential and entertainment elements, and at least one access point at the 5600 block of 37th Street S.W.

CREB®Now Archive

April 04, 2018 | Mario Toneguzzi

First-home stories from Calgary's business community

For many people, buying a first home is an exciting, but stressful, experience. CREB®Now spoke with a few members of Calgary's business community to find out what it was like making that first big investment in their lives.
Jodi Monaghan, longtime resident of Lethbridge, found Calgary’s Lakeview community the perfect place to buy an older home and renovate it. Photo by Andrea Cox / For CREB®Now

March 30, 2017 | Andrea Cox

From Lethbridge to Lakeview

Jodi Monaghan finds joy in personalizing her new home

Three years ago, Jodi Monaghan was on the precipice of change. She'd been living in Lethbridge for close to 30 years, her children were grown and she'd recently sold her dental practice. Monaghan wanted a fresh start in a bigger city with the right market conditions for opening a new clinic.

A new relationship had her traveling back and forth between Calgary and Lethbridge, and the more time she spent in Calgary, the more she realized that she loved the city. So she began searching for an older home in an established neighbourhood. She wanted a home she could renovate and make her own. In October, 2014 she found and purchased a 50-year-old, four-level split bungalow in the community of Lakeview.

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