Located in one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities, high-rise condos at Brooklyn at Bernard Block are coming soon to Kelowna, British Columbia. The 25-storey concrete condominium tower by Mission Group is the first structure of a three-phase plan that will include two additional condo towers on recently-revitalized Bernard Avenue. The mixed-use project will be built behind the former Bargain Shop site and is intended to be a legacy piece that will shape Kelowna’s downtown core.
Known for its proximity to beautiful Okanagan Lake, soaring mountains, and an abundance of provincial parks and greenery, Kelowna is the largest city in the famed Okanagan Valley. Brooklyn will be located downtown at 1471 St. Paul Street, just off Kelowna’s main street, Bernard Avenue. Designed with Brooklyn-inspired architecture, the condo tower will feature brick and iron detailing. Providing a modestly-priced alternative to the more upscale projects recently brought to the downtown core, Brooklyn will place an emphasis on thoughtful design with rooftop amenities. The development will feature street-level retail and above-grade structured parking, allowing all suites to enjoy stunning city, mountain or lake views.
Brooklyn will offer a wide selection of layouts, including one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedrooms and a limited collection of sub-penthouses. As a unique advantage, Brooklyn homeowners will be able to use their condos as short-term rentals — a rare find in the city of Kelowna. Buyers and investors will be allowed to rent out their homes for periods of less than 30 days, creating a convenient avenue to offset their investment costs.
Besides the stunning nature and greenery that Kelowna offers, the city is bustling with growing amenities and services. With an exceptionally high WalkScore® of 98, Brooklyn residents can quickly access daily essentials. The beautiful Okanagan Lake is around the corner, along with the new Kelowna Yacht Club and the recreational City Park and waterfront boardwalk. Residents can shop for the latest styles at trendy boutiques and dine out at various local eateries. In addition, the Kelowna International Airport is a short drive away and homeowners can quickly access other areas of the city using the nearby Queensway Transit Exchange.
Homes are priced from the mid-$300,000s with an estimated 70 per cent of homes to be priced under $599,900. Sales are expected to begin in late August or early September 2018. Interested buyers are encouraged to register here for the latest details.
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