The row house is an elegant solution to adding density to older grid neighbourhoods
— Calgary Councillor Carra
 
 A recent photograph of the building in its final form, with occupancy underway in all of the units.

A recent photograph of the building in its final form, with occupancy underway in all of the units.

Leased! - LIVE33ST.com - 2001 33 St SW

Located at the junction of 19 Ave and 33 St SW, this project evolves the transition zone between low density 'middle' Killarney and the commercial mainstreet of 17 Avenue SW.  The rejuvenation of this long neglected corner will connect new residents to urban, affordable leased-living in a fantastic low rise Killarney location. With its nearby focal point  Westbrook LRT Station planned for redevelopment into a major population centre, and the 17 Avenue mainstreet program approved by the City, this is an exceptional moment for the first ever 'build to lease' rowhouse in Killarney.  Calgary - meet www.LIVE33ST.com

 

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Exteriors

The project is conceived with durable finishes that are proven to be hardened against the frost, UV, hail, and whatever else the rockies throw at Calgary every summer.  So far we have received many favourable reviews of the dark navy stucco combined with the galvalume corrugated metal.

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City apartment

There are many possible uses here, home office, studio, extended family assistance, even income to offset living cost.  In slab heat makes these super comfy in winter.

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Main floor - dual ensuite townhome

We found a way to provide exceptionally wide units making each room spacious, often larger than what would be seen in a semi-d.

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Top floor - dual ensuite townhome 

Dual ensuites, large closet space, and a bonus room that converts into temporary bedroom.  The top floor is another flexible space to match all kinds of family setups.