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Andrea Cox / For CREB®Now

March 05, 2021 | Andrea Cox

Into the wild: Legacy incorporates beauty of nature into daily life

Situated on the edge of the city, surrounded by mountain vistas and 300 acres of environmental reserve lands in Pine Creek Valley, the southeast community of Legacy blends pristine natural beauty and architectural designs.

"Our vision for Legacy is about being so much more than that place where you just live and you drive into your driveway and shut your garage door behind you," said Kalida Goldade, sales and marketing manager for WestCreek Developments, the developer behind Legacy.

"Our goal is for it to be a place where people connect, where they speak to their neighbours and come together as a community."


June 04, 2020 | Tyler Difley

CREB® REALTOR® Community Foundation launches new grant programs

Applications are now open for three new grant programs from the CREB® REALTOR® Community Foundation designed to support local housing and shelter initiatives.

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Sept. 04, 2019 | Josh Skapin

Bigger and better: Connected communities pace population growth

Calgary communities that provide convenient access to desirable amenities and major roadways are leading the way in growth.

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July 24, 2019 | Geoff Geddes

Sirocco at Pine Creek is a new golf-friendly development worth the drive

Developers are teeing up a new community on Calgary's southwestern edge designed to appeal to both golfers and non-players alike.

Tucked away in the Rocky Mountain foothills, Sirocco at Pine Creek is a master-planned community with a prime location, a variety of front-drive and paired homes, and a picturesque golf course that shares its name.

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Aug. 23, 2017 | Tyler Difley

Saved by the bell

New schools in the works across Calgary

For many homebuyers, especially young families, nearby schools are a major factor when it comes to choosing a house and neighbourhood. While Calgary is full of older, established schools, there are also a number of new schools that have recently opened or are slated to open in the near future – many of them in Calgary's newest communities. Here are the Calgary Board of Education and Calgary Catholic School District's new school projects.
The Southwest Calgary Ring Road project includes new road construction and upgrades at a number of important intersections.

Wil Andruschak / For CREB®Now

June 01, 2017 | Andrea Cox

Coming full circle

Brian and Susan Vos "upsized" after their downsized lifestyle no longer met their needs

Empty nesters Brian and Susan Vos are at the forefront of a growing downsizing trend. It has taken them full circle from a single-family home to a condominium and then back to a single-family home.

Six years ago they took the traditional downsizing plunge, moving from a large, single-family home where they had raised their three children into an executive bungalow-style condominium.

Maria Rocha Gil and Javier Gonzalez, recently purchased a 2,600 square foot house in Silverado. Photo by Andrea Cox / For CREB®Now

March 23, 2017 | Andrea Cox

Making it home

New homebuyers modify Baywest blueprint with the stroke of a pen

When CREB®Now caught up with Maria Rocha Gil and Javier Gonzalez, they were in the process of doing a final walk-through on their new home. They chose a 2,600 square foot, two-storey home by Baywest Homes in Silverado's Dressage, a southwest community adjacent to Spruce Meadows.

The home is situated beside a landscaped park with flower gardens across from Silverado's new elementary school. The couple, who are in their mid-30s, are expecting their first child in July and are excited to move in and get organized before their bundle of joy arrives.

Curtis Van Charles Sorensen is behind the new Window to the Wild public art installation, a series of nine mixed media images of local wildlife along East Village‚Äôs RiverWalk that launched this week. Photo by Wil Andruschak/For CREB®Now

Oct. 21, 2016 | Andrea Cox

Blank canvas

Developers creating public art 'for the people that belongs to the people'

It's Sunday morning and soft skiffs of white snow blanket the still green grass, while golden and red leaves cling tightly to drooping branches laden with the heaviness of an early fall storm.

As the sun streams through a parting overcast sky, melting the show of winter that has arrived all too soon, the landscape becomes an artistic vista – one of twinkling light and impressionistic colour as St. Patrick's Island awakens to the day.

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