One of five communities in Calgary’s new north within the Symons Valley area, Sage Hill topped the 2018 census charts for population growth, expanding by 1,136 residents over the past year from 6,083 to 7,219 people.
And that growth is expected to continue, while the community’s latest development, Sage Hill Quarter, comes to life. It’s really a community within a community and it’s destined to bring a downtown vibe to this suburban oasis.
The brainchild of Ronmor Developers, this 17-acre residential, commercial and retail project will feature local coffee shops, a string of Co-op establishments including a grocery store, a liquor store and s gas station, a Shopper’s Drug Mart, bistros, cafes and pubs with a 17th Avenue type flair are all on the horizon.
At the heart of this new development Morrison Multi-Family is building Q, 173 luxury boutique-style apartment condominiums, spread over two buildings with west coast contemporary architecture. “Whatever residents need will be right outside their door. It’s quite unusual to have this kind of development in the suburbs,” says Robert Toth, marketing lead for Morrison Multi-Family.
Q homebuyer Ken Fletcher would agree. He and his wife are excited about the bike pathway system that connects to the City’s trails, along with the peace of mind that the condo lifestyle will bring.
“With empty nesting approaching us in three years we realized that our two-story home was more than we needed to upkeep and the Q provides a new way of living – it’s suburban living with an urban feel,” says Fletcher.