It's called Brooklyn at Bernard Block and it is the latest downtown condominium tower to be announced in Kelowna's highrise boom."Downtown is no longer emerging, it has arrived," said Luke Turri of Mission Group, the developer behind the proposed 25-storey Brooklyn on the former Bargain Shop site at the corner of Bernard Avenue and St. Paul Street.
"Brooklyn will be phase one of three. The other two highrises will front Bernard Avenue. But we're treating it all as one site and planning for all condos to have great views."Brooklyn will be what Turri refers to as "attainable downtown highrise living."All of the one-bedroom, one-bedroom-with-den and two-bedroom units will be under 1,000 square feet and have more entry-level fixtures and finishings.That will keep the price down so condo prices can start in the $300,000s and be affordable to some first-time and move-up home buyers. As well, Brooklyn is zoned for short-term rentals, so, if they want, owners can rent them out when they are away from home.The first five floors of Brooklyn will be parking hidden behind a facade that includes retail at street level.The design not only provides necessary parking in a carefully concealed manner, but means even condos at the lowest level on the sixth floor will have views.
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