Rockwood’s RKE luxury residence officially sold out!

Calgary, Alberta (June 12, 2018) – Rockwood Custom Homes is thrilled to announce that our Residences of King Edward exclusive development is officially sold out. The RKE project is a first-of-kind for Calgary and for Rockwood; it is the city’s only luxury development located in a master-planned arts and cultural hub. With appeal to a select group of discerning homeowners, the collection of 21 flats and penthouses sold out in record time—one year ahead of schedule.

“With the Residences of King Edward, we launched a new and truly unique way of living in Calgary,” said Allison Grafton, president of Rockwood Custom Homes, “And the market spoke…loudly! The luxurious, and orginal, custom single-level flats sold out in just over a year since our groundbreaking ceremony last June. Our homeowners are thrilled to make their new homes amidst art, theatre and culture in Calgary’s inner city.”

The RKE development offers a selection of two- and three-bedroom units, alongside five penthouses, all with spectacular city and park views. With six design inspirations and 14 original floorplans, homeowners were delighted with the variety of customization options. And Rockwood’s ability to work with them in creating their dream flats…

“What started out as a collection of 21 flats, quickly turned into 18 flats, as three owners chose to double the original home sizes,” said Grafton. “And we were thrilled to help accommodate them, creating truly original spaces.”

The Residences of King Edward will be ready for occupancy in late Summer 2019. When asked about what’s next for Rockwood… Grafton had this to say, “Rockwood will continue to innovate and create world-class homes. Our custom homes—our first passion and success—will continue to be a mainstay of our business, but we also have big plans to continue to grow our luxury multi-family and villa markets. Two new developments—Lazy H and Willowrise—are now on sale and more exciting projects are in the works…Stay tuned as Rockwood never sits still.