THE VIEWS... are breathtaking

Deciding where to call home during the next stage of your life isn’t necessarily an easy task for many Baby Boomers - rightsizing from the favored yet cumbersome family home into peaceful tranquillity, an impressive location and breathtaking VIEWS is the ideal, but options are limited.

Enjoy gracious nature views and unmatched privacy in this private community nestled in the hillside, designed with comfort and luxury in mind. Ready for occupancy in late 2020, excited Homeowners are as enticed by our focus on living and being well as they are at the panoramic views, and will delight in the spectacular scenery of Paskapoo Slopes, the Bow River and Downtown Calgary.

Statesman’s state-of-the-art building encompasses superior construction standards and showcases floor-to-ceiling curtain window wall technology and 9ft. ceilings. Built to last, this concrete and steel structure features 58 exquisite homes and provides an unmatched lifestyle complete with peace of mind for home security when traveling.

Outdoor Community Spaces offer improved health, well-being and an overall upgraded lifestyle, rich with private meditation, entertaining guests, and visiting with other homeowners and friends. Built into the escarpment of Patterson Hill, effectively becoming invisible from the walking and bike paths this lock-and-leave, maintenance-free lifestyle sets the ambiance for ultimate living.


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Homeowners looking for comfort and luxury have found their next new address at The VIEWS. The unmatched lifestyle found within this boutique community ensures security and peace of mind, while the expansive and inviting floor plans provide enough space to both enjoy - and find reprieve from - their busy lives.

When it's time to explore the world, rest assured your home is secure with lock-and leave convenience, however you too may discover that locking-and leaving might be surprisingly hard to do.