6 Reasons to love these Lacombe apartments!

A spacious new social lounge, in-suite laundry and other thoughtful features for luxurious living

MacKenzie Court is filling up fast, but some suites are still available. Contact property manager Carol Burke at 403-550-2645 or email northmanager@blackmountainpropertymgmt.com today!

MacKenzie Court is filling up quickly, but suites are still available in the prairie paradise.

The 40-suite building sits on the southern edge of the city with spectacular views of the wide open prairie, still conveniently close to downtown Lacombe and nearby Red Deer. Central Alberta developer Black Creek Developments designed MacKenzie Court to match the earthy tones of Lacombe, with great features like vinyl-plank floors and mirrored windows. What’s your favourite feature?

1. Safe social spaces

The new social lounge at MacKenzie Court is now open, offering renters a safe space to spread out and host friends! If your apartment is too small to host a physically distant gathering, move down to the social lounge for a meeting or meal. Use the communal kitchen to craft a holiday meal for the family in your social bubble, and break bread without breaking physical distancing recommendations.

Welcoming a few family members over the holiday season? MacKenzie Court has a courtesy suite, to give your visitors a comfortable space to settle in during their stay.

2. In-suite laundry

Keep on top of your laundry loads with an in-suite washer and dryer. You don’t have to haul your hamper down the hall or in the elevator, and you don’t have to worry about the machines being full when you get there. Do your laundry on your own time, with full faith in your own sanitization standards.

3. Spacious balconies

Now more than ever our homes are our sanctuaries, and every square foot counts. Black Creek Developments included roomy balconies on all suites, and corner units have even more space for morning coffee and afternoon happy hour.

4. Brand new appliances

In-suite laundry is definitely a feature, but that’s just the beginning. Every suite boasts a dishwasher and air conditioner, as well as a brand new fridge, stove and microwave. Start fresh with a clean slate!

5. Parking lot plug-ins

Convenient, central court parking with plug-ins to get you through the winter.

6. Pet friendly

Small pets are welcome, pending approval by Black Creek Developments. Plus there’s plenty of great green space and walking trails nearby to give your pooch some exercise.

Move-in incentives

Ready to move in to a 1- or 2-bedroom suite? Reach out to friendly property manager Carol Burke by phone 403-550-2645 or email northmanager@blackmoutainpropertymgmt.com to secure your suite today, and don’t forget to ask about move-in incentives! Seniors over the age of 50 pay a reduced damage deposit of only $500, and other great move-in offers are available.

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Vinyl plank flooring and brand new appliances are just some of the great features at MacKenzie Court.

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