The The Copperwood Condominium complex in Spruce Cliff is a spectacular complex from Sandlewood Developments. It was constructed in three phases, with the last of 3 phases being finished in 2010. The expansive Copperwood landmark is located just North and west of the Shaganappi Golf Course and very nearby Westbrook Shopping Mall, Westbrook Park, the LRT SW Extension on Bow Trail, and Sarcee Trail. The Copperwood complex can be a little overwhelming if one is not familiar with it so it is a good idea to bring someone familiar with the layout if you are going for the first time.
The Coppercrown and Amenities Building is located on the South-West corner of the Copperwood complex and is the last of the project to be completed. The amenities building may be utilized by all unit-holders of Copperwood, and not just those living in Coppercrown. The address for the Coppercrown is 24 Hemlock Crescent SW, Calgary. It is a subdivision of the Barely-Blended Bare-Land Copperwood Condominium Plan #0211057 which was split into three phases.
|Plan #0211057||Building Number||Plan Number||Floors|
|Unit 2||A2000, B1000||0211551||4|
|Unit 4||N/A||Common Property||-|
UNIT 1 – COPPERCROWN – Registered on Condominium Plan 0912021 – Consists of the most Southerly and notably most prestigiously visible portion of the building has nine floors. There are 103 units #245 to 485. #485 is common property, #348 is the Amenities building for the entire complex and #346 and #347 are the two penthouse apartments on the 9th floor. There are roughly 103 parking stalls on two levels. Prices in the Coppercrown range from the low 3’s to over $1 million for one of the penthouse units. Sandlewood Custom Cabinets are incorporated throughout emphasizing the finest components and manufacturing practices.
UNIT 2 – Situated on the Copperwood’s east side, Buildings A2000 and B1000 of 24 Hemlock Crescent SW are registered on Plan 0211551. There are 67 living units and 102 parking stalls, with a terrace on the 4th floor.
UNIT 3 – Plan 0211578 – Copperwood Building C4000 with visitor parking and public access from the east via an attractively designed courtyard and turn-about.
PHASE II – 14 Hemlock Crescent SW
Registered on Condominium Plan 0412045 on June 15th, 2004, and completed in 2005, this second phase of the Copperwood condo complex consists of four 4-story low-rise apartment buildings. Building 1 is on the South end and building 4 is on the North end. There are 140 underground parking stalls. Visitor parking is outside.
|Building||Address||Legal Unit Nos.|
|1 – E5000||14 Hemlock Crescent SW||3 to 34|
|2 – F6000||14 Hemlock Crescent SW||35 to 67|
|3 – G7000||14 Hemlock Crescent SW||68 to 99|
|4 – H8000||14 Hemlock Crescent SW||100 to 124|
PHASE I - Redivision of Copperwood Bareland Condo Plan #0710438
|N2||2 Hemlock Crescent SW||0812904|
|M4||4 Hemlock Crescent SW||0714202|
|L6||6 Hemlock Crescent SW||0714202|
|K8||8 Hemlock Crescent SW||0710656|
|J10||10 Hemlock Crescent SW||0710656|
These Copperwood condominiums run West to East at the junction of Spruce Drive with Hemlock and Cedar Crescents. The most Easterly building is N2 building being situated closest to 37th Street while the highest, J10 being the most Easterly. They are basically all four story low-rise apartment condos just like those in Phase II of Copperwood.
Social/Games Room located in the Copperwood Amenities Centre.
Well equipped exercise Room with state of the art equipment in the Copperwood
- Games/Social Room
- Guest Suites
- Crafts Room
- Bicycle Room
- Underground titled Parking
- Car Wash Bay
- 10’ ceilings
- Heated tile floors in kitchen and bathrooms
- Insuite Laundry
- Balconies with gas lines
- Two Meeting Rooms
- Nearby the C-train Route & Edworthy Park
Coppercrown Amenities Building
COPPERWOOD CONDO FEES INCLUDE
- Pets OK
- All ages OK
Underground heated parking.
REALTOR® lockboxes are located in some of the ramps to the parkade. This makes showing condominiums in these buildings extremely time consuming and frustrating for both agent and buyer, especially when the agent is showing a number of units at the same time, all in different buildings. Often, keys are already out and what should have taken a half hour ends up taking two hours. This is not in the best interest of the unit holders and is frankly a real nuisance for the buyers who may already be irritable before they even get their foot in the door. While the inconvenience is repeated in many condos in the city, I hope that the condo boards around the City of Calgary will take a serious look at improving the “showability” of their units.
While this information is believed to be accurate, it is not warranted to be so. If you have an interest in purchasing or selling a condo in the Copperwood, please contact me.