St Paul Condos & Townhomes
Cultural District - Kelowna
St Paul condos and townhomes are well underway at the corner of Clement and St Paul in Kelowna’s Cultural District. St Paul offers 50 condos and 4 street level townhomes along St Paul Street. The building is almost at lock up stage as the builder completes window and door installations.
This Kelowna condo development is the creation of Innocept Development of Calgary, BlueGreen Architects and Materia Interior Design both of Kelowna. The condo interiors will be beautiful contemporary designs featuring simple colour palettes in a minimalistic style. This clean look is very popular with young professionals and buyers looking for the hip downtown lifestyle.
This three block area of Kelowna’s cultural district is the hub of major construction and will be a very vibrant addition to Kelowna’s revitalization of the Downtown and Cultural core. Once construction is complete at Ellis Parc and One Water Street the area will be home to over 560 new residences and over 30,000 sq ft of new retail and commercial space.
The St Paul condos are across the street from the Train Station Pub which you may appreciate is a popular start points for the Okanagan Rail Trail. It is possible to hop on your bike and easily ride to UBCO and 50 Km North to Kalamalka Lake Beach in Vernon. The location is also just down the street from Prospera Place Arena and a 5 minute walk to Tugboat Bay Beach and Waterfront Park on Okanagan Lake.
St Paul is one of the few condo developments in the cultural area that currently offers studios, 1 bedroom condos, 2 bedroom condos and 2 bedroom townhomes. The studio and townhomes are sold out but 1 and 2 bedroom condo units still available as of June 30th. The developments sales centre is located at 1215 St Paul Street. The St Paul Condos sales team recommends you call ahead to book an appointment.
Kelowna is seeing a major change in the direction of its urban landscape. Over the past ten years there has been considerable effort by the City of Kelowna to increase residential density by supporting high-rise developments and higher density zoning in many areas. The goal is to create diverse multiuse neighbourhoods that depend less on cars for transportation and make better use of existing city infrastructure. The top three areas for densification are the Cultural District, Downtown Core and the new Capri Landmark Urban Centre that recently got approved by City Council.
What this means for those neighbourhoods is the conversion of older single family homes and lots into new condo and townhome developments. There will be more applications for residential developments in the area as new owners and locals continue to move into these new Urban Centres. If you have spent an evening hanging out downtown or going to a concert or event you can see the appeal. Kelowna is growing into a fun, diverse cool place to live, work and play.