Custom Home Builder Announces Sales of New Award Winning Design of Town homes in Calgary, AB

August 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Award Winning Cornerstone Homes Launches Sales of New State of the Art Designs in Townhome Community in Calgary, AB.

The award-winning Calgary homebuilder Cornerstone Homes has announced the launch of sales at its new Lewis + Mason townhome community in the heart of Calgary’s bustling Platinum Triangle. After acquiring the 7.7-acre site in May 2017, Trumark began demolition of the previous industrial buildings in August 2017 and will debut four models in September 2019.

Featuring two distinct product types, Lewis + Mason offers an interwoven suburban community in the middle of an energetic urban setting. Comprised of 153 total homes, with 95 homes in the Lewis complex and 58 in the Mason complex, the community offers three-story townhomes ranging from two to four bedrooms.

“We are thrilled to introduce this for-sale residential product in the transit-oriented and entertainment-laden Platinum Triangle,” said Justin Dallaire, President, Cornerstone Homes. “As today’s first-time homebuyers desire a blend of suburban space and urban amenities, Lewis + Mason delivers an exciting sense of community and place that meets the modern buyer’s demand.”

The Mason residences range from 1,858 square feet to 2,185 square feet and feature rooftop decks, creating the perfect opportunity for a third-story outdoor backyard complete a barbecue and grassy area that may serve as a dedicated dog run or play area for children. The Lewis residences range in size from 1,554 square feet to 1,772 square feet with some homes offering private balconies. All homes feature premium GE stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops in kitchens, luxurious master suites and impressive interior details. In addition to a community pool and walking path, Lewis + Mason will also provide convenient access to the Calgary Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (CRTIC) and nearby attractions.

“In the midst of a market heavily saturated with apartments, our goal at Trumark was to introduce a long-term housing product to the next generation of homebuyers right within the lively Platinum Triangle,” said Justin Dallaire, President at Cornerstone Homes. “As nearby transportation continues to be a driving decision factor among buyers, this community offers prime access to local dining and entertainment venues, all accessible by foot, bike or a short drive.”

Lewis + Mason is located at 1700 S Lewis Street, Calgary, AB. Visit the sales office today for more information, visit Cornerstonehomes.biz. Models by the Calgary Home Builder is coming in September.

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For more information about Cornerstone Homes, contact the company here:

Cornerstone Homes
403-279-9190
3532 114 Avenue Southeast Calgary, AB T2Z 3V6

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