Kelowna’s Brooklyn skyscraper offered 70% earlier than the presentation heart opened
A depiction of the rooftop terrace on the 25th floor of Brooklyn.
Photo credit: Mission Group
Mission Group won’t open its showcase center for the Brooklyn skyscraper in downtown Kelowna until Saturday, and 70% of the development’s suites were sold in the past week.
Located in downtown Kelowna on St. Paul Street near Bernard Avenue, the 25-story tower has an outdoor lounge on the roof for residents.
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“BC residents currently living in Kelowna or planning to relocate from the greater Vancouver area accounted for 80% of buyers,” said a Mission Group press release released today September 21. “Sales results so far show the continuing trend of moving from Vancouver” to Kelowna for a more affordable and idyllic lifestyle. ”
In the past week, Mission Group sold 125 units, priced from mid-$ 300,000 for a one bedroom one bedroom unit. There are a total of 178 units in the building.
One- and two-bedroom suites and a limited number of sub-penthouses are still available for sale.
“Our buyers love the comfort and quality of life that every home offers,” said Jessica Sorrell, Sales Director for Mission Group, in the press release. “In fact, several buyers who were originally interested in Brooklyn as an investment are now planning to move in after completion.”
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The presentation center opens on Saturday lunchtime at 560 Bernard Ave. It features an architectural model and a fully furnished two bedroom exhibition house.
The Brooklyn is the first of three towers that the Mission Group is building in what is known as the Bernard Block. The other planned high-rise buildings include a 16-storey office tower and a 34-storey residential tower.
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