Lavish new apartment complex located in the vast skies and prairies of Lacombe

Lavish new apartment complex located in the vast skies and prairies of Lacombe

This modern complex offers a breath of fresh air with beautiful country views that could be yours!

Black Creek Developments has been defining the urban landscapes of Central Alberta since 2014.

Based out of Sylvan Lake, their talented pool of Project Managers and Tradesmen build refined commercial properties that enable communities to grow and prosper. Their property management division is maintained under the name Black Mountain Property Management, catering to a large rental population encompassing Red Deer and surrounding area.

MacKenzie Court is tucked into a serene country setting southeast of Lacombe. The complex is comprised of two 40-unit buildings featuring one-bedroom/one-bathroom and two-bedroom/two-bathroom apartments. Carol Burke, Property Manager for Black Mountain Property Management, says she’s pleased to announce that a new Social Lounge will be opening for residents of MacKenzie Court on Oct. 1 of this year. The Social Lounge will be a fantastic addition for family gatherings.

“The kitchen will be available for anything you want to cook up, just in time for holiday cookies and meals alike,” Burke says. A courtesy suite is even available for your overnight guests.

Each building suite has a large private balcony and are extra spacious on the corner units. All suites also feature modern plank flooring and a full range of appliances: fridge, stove, microwave, dishwasher and air conditioner. An added bonus is that all suites are fitted with washers and dryers. Convenient parking in a central court is outfitted with car battery plug-ins for when winter sets in. And for those who love to stroll, there are walking trails and Wolf Creek Park nearby.

Leasing is year-to-year and incentives are available. For instance, the damage deposit for seniors 50+ is just $500. Small family pets are welcome and there’s plenty of green space around to walk them outside and play.

MacKenzie Court is distinctive, embellished with cobblestone pillars, mirror windows, and wood panel siding. In the community of MacKenzie Ranch, its modernity and earthy neutral tones are attractive and provide a sense of sophistication.

Alexander Place, in downtown Red Deer, is a distinguished apartment complex with 68 suites and underground parking. Its proximity to all amenities make it a desirable location for seniors and small families alike. Under the same umbrella as Black Mountain Property Management, Alexander Place is a jewel in the Black Creek Development repertoire and has something for everyone.

The MacKenzie Court buildings are located at 61 and 81 MacKenzie Ranch Way respectively. For more information on MacKenzie Court and Black Mountain Property Management, call 403-550-2645 today!

 

MacKenzie Court suites feature well-appointed interiors, including modern plank flooring and a full range of appliances.

MacKenzie Court suites feature well-appointed interiors, including modern plank flooring and a full range of appliances.

Lavish new apartment complex located in the vast skies and prairies of Lacombe

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