MacKenzie Court B is located in the desirable MacKenzie Ranch neighbourhood of Lacombe. Black Creek Property Management is taking applications now for prospective renters in this brand-new building.

Modern apartment living with a country view in Lacombe

Brand new rental suites offer spacious, year-round comfort and more, including one month free

If you like the idea of living in a quiet Lacombe neighbourhood, gazing over a sweeping vista from your deck and relaxing in a comfortable living space with the family pet, you’ve got a great opportunity right now.

Situated in the MacKenzie Ranch area southeast of downtown Lacombe, MacKenzie Court offers country living and rents starting at $1,050/month. Whether you’re living alone or with a small pet, or need space for your young family, you’ve got options.

Loving life at the ranch

Tenant Eva Beauclair, who moved into her apartment at Mackenzie Court on Dec. 1, appreciates the space available in her suite, despite relocating from a larger single-family home.

“We love it … The large windows and nine-foot ceilings make for very nice spacious rooms, and having two bathrooms is awesome!” she says. “We also love the in-apartment washer and dryer that allows us to do laundry at any time.”

As far as location goes, being on the edge of Lacombe gives it “the feel of being in the country,” she adds. “It’s a great place to live and I’d recommend it to anyone.”

Are all-season comfort and a well-appointed kitchen high on your list?

Check out these features:

Life is for the living – You’ll find spacious, open concept layouts connecting the kitchen, dining room and living room in every suite. “We designed MacKenzie Court B with a ‘Prairie Modern’ aesthetic in mind,” says Ron Goss, General Manager of Black Creek Developments. “The beautiful architecture includes upgraded finishings and an advanced heating and cooling system that gives our tenants complete control over their environment for maximum comfort.”

Kitchens built to last – Using modern materials for the kitchen countertops, backsplashes and cabinets, Black Creek has created a look that is timeless and has a durability designed to stand up to everyday living.

Convenience and outdoor comfort – In-suite laundry facilities offer the height of convenience, and while you’re waiting for the washer or dryer to finish? Take your coffee out onto the spacious deck or enjoy a visit there with a friend (once the weather warms up!).

Keeping you ready to roll – Each resident parking spot comes with its own outlet to plug in your block heater.

A variety of one- and two-bedroom configurations are available at MacKenzie Court B. Learn more during an open house happening from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17, in the show suite in Building A. Representatives will be on hand to answer your questions and show you around. Ask about the one month free promotion!

If you’d like more information but aren’t able to attend the open house, contact property manager Lisa at 403-550-2645 or by email at

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Room to spread out in comfort awaits tenants in the MacKenzie Court ‘B’ suites in Lacombe. A variety of one- and two-bedroom configurations are available.

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