Mirabella Condominiums is one of Canada’s newest condo developments.
It was built in the mountains of Alberta by developer Mirabella condo, with a 1,800 square foot townhouse, an 8-foot high, 8-story tower, and a three-storey parking garage, along with a swimming pool, a tennis court, tennis, basketball, basketball-only volleyball, volleyball courts, a swimming gym, a weight room, and fitness center.
The tower is located just one kilometre from the nearest town and, according to the developer, is the “sickEST” new condo development in Canada.
MacDonald said the tower is “an amazing experience for both guests and residents.” “
The tower has been built with a design that reflects the best of Alberta, our beautiful and diverse landscape, the unique character of our town, and our local community.”
MacDonald said the tower is “an amazing experience for both guests and residents.”
Miracle Condo, the company behind Mirabella, says the tower “is the most spectacular condominium development in Alberta,” and was designed by renowned architect Thomas Herzog.
According to the project’s website, Mirabella has a history of “leading the way for high-end condominium towers in Alberta and internationally.”
The Mirabella site sits in Mirabella’s remote town of Mirabella on the Yukon Territory, in the province’s north-central Okanagan region.
The Mirabella project’s “top priority” is “bringing the best and most sustainable energy solutions to the region.”
According the Mirabella website, the “first floor condominium” is an 8,000 square foot apartment “with a spacious, fully equipped kitchen, living area, and dining room, a private garage and full elevator access.”
The “second floor conditional” tower will have an 8.5-foot tall, 2,800 sq ft building, with “a more traditional approach, but with an eye towards sustainability, including water reuse and conservation.”
A third floor condoncillo will have a 4,000 sq ft apartment with a “sustainable, climate-controlled living space.”
Another “top-end” condominium, the Miracle Condominium, will have 5,000sq ft apartment “which will have all the amenities a true luxury condominium should.”
“A beautiful piece of real estate, Miracle is located on the crest of Mount Mirabel, a ridge of the Mirabel Mountains that rises through a remote area of the Yukons.”
It is currently unclear if Mirabella and Miracle condominium will sell or construct units, but MacDonald said they “are looking forward to exploring opportunities.”
Meanwhile, the town of Lake Park, Alberta, is in the midst of its own condo boom.
In 2015, the lake town announced plans to build a condo building.
The project, Lake Park Condominium on Lake Park Drive, was to include a 7-storeys high tower with four parking spaces.
The building’s website states, “This building is the most anticipated project in Lake Park’s history, which is why we have partnered with developer Miracle condominium.
Miracle will offer the best possible location for our residents, guests and our community.
Lake Park has a reputation as one of the most environmentally friendly cities in North America.
Lake Park has the highest density of condo projects in North American and is also one of only a few Canadian cities that has a significant percentage of condo units built with recycled materials and green energy.”
On February 27, 2017, the city of Lake Parker announced it had purchased a 9.2-acre parcel of land in Lakepark, Alberta to develop a 4-storeyd high tower for a condominium project.
(Image: Torontoist.com) Lake Parker, a city of just over 50,000 people in the Yukus region, has also received $1.5 million from Miracles developers to develop another condominium tower, this time with a 10-storeyscre high tower.
Lake Parks condominium developers are working on a $15-million condominium in Lakeview, located just a few kilometres away from Mirabella.
It’s not the first time Lake Park and Miracles have partnered on a condo project.
Miracles was also the first company to build in the region.
At the end of 2015, Miracles announced it was constructing a 9-storeyr high condominium on a 2.4-acre plot of land.
This project is expected to cost $3.8-million, with construction to begin in 2019.
With files from the CBC