Luxurious urban living at Riverside

Townhouse project near the banks of the Penticton channel

An emerging neighbourhood in downtown Penticton will soon be the centre of luxurious urban living, thanks to a new 35 unit townhouse development from local company,

Azura Management (Kelowna) Corp. Azura President Ewen Stewart says the The Riverside project was designed with urban professionals in mind.

“People are ready to be freed from the responsibilities of home maintenance and yard work. They want to be centrally located close to restaurants, entertainment and nature. Riverside will provide that, with modernist design, fine interior finishes, and great proximity to the waterfront.”

The developer purchased the former Highland Motel and adjoining RV and camping park in July of last year and has a vision of revitalizing this neighbourhood, near the banks of the Penticton river channel.

Standards at Riverside are high, with all townhomes offering a two-car garage, open plan living and dining, and rooftop and master bedroom decks. The units will include selected designer finishes, optional elevators, a choice of double master suites or 3 bedroom layouts, and Nana doors to take advantage of the views. Rooftop decks will be equipped for gas barbecues and hot tubs. Amenities include a fitness centre and lounge area.

Prices are starting at $775,000, excluding GST.

The presentation centre at 201 Wylie St. in Penticton will be opening in July 2018.

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