Starting from the $300s, and with immediate or fall 2021 possessions available, you can own a piece of remarkable real estate that is perfect for you, for far less than you’d expect.
Not yet convinced? We can change that.
The townhomes at Midtown offer a unique product, one you won’t find anywhere else in the region. From the impressive architectural treatments on the outside to the hand-picked interior finishings, no detail was overlooked. Exteriors were carefully designed to be beautiful at every angle, from the James Hardie siding to corrugated metal panels, which function as hallmarks both of style and durability.
Inside, you’ll find the standard offerings are anything but: floor-to-ceiling windows, custom-designed cabinetry and trendy herringbone flooring. Private rooftop terrace with a view of Big Lake? You can check that off your must-have list, too. Then choose from an array of tailored customizations to make your new home uniquely yours, including artisanal metal railings and screens, premium lighting packages and feature wall details. You select the details that are most important to you and your lifestyle, without the heavy lifting or financial implications of a custom-built home.
These are not your typical townhomes; Midtown homes were created for modern living and long-term enjoyment. And with value that is unmatched anywhere else.
The bedroom community of St. Albert is sleepy no more. As more and more people seek out beautiful, quiet, tree-lined neighbourhoods with all the amenities close at-hand, St. Albert is at the top of the list.
The 45-acre community of Midtown was specially designed to highlight the variety of trails, park spaces and gathering areas that encourage social connection between neighbours. Midtown is St. Albert’s best kept secret, and offers boutique shops and restaurants on nearby Perron St., walking distance to the world-renowned St. Albert Farmers’ Market and natural amenities like the Red Willow Trail, Big Lake and Lois Hole Park just steps away (oh, and did we mention the close proximity to the Anthony Henday for hassle-free commuting?).