At Skyview Terraces, luxury is the standard. Molenbeek Ventures Development Corporation presents a European-inspired 40 townhome community at the heart of everything that life in Kelowna has to offer. The panoramic beauty of the Okanagan Valley is echoed in the innovative details of every home. Select from three or four bedroom floor plans set within three levels of contemporary open-concept living.
Designed with the trend-seeker in mind, Skyview Terraces offers both the lavishness of luxury and the allure of affordability. Captivating modern comfort includes nine foot ceilings, hickory hardwood floors and an expansive quartz and granite lined kitchen with professional grade stainless steel appliances. Refuel in the blissful sun on your rooftop patio, and relax into the ownership of an environmentally sound energy efficient home. Skyview Terraces transcends the limits of ordinary.
Located centrally in the heart of Kelowna, the European inspired design, coupled with luxurious living features creates a one of a kind living experience for the buyer. Each unit is provided with geothermal and has a maximum energy efficiency evaluation rating for its kind (Energuide rating). Windows in all of the occupied spaces to allow for natural day lighting and views, reducing energy consumption required for illumination. The very open interior design allows for residents to have the space and feel of a single family dwelling while living within an urban social community and setting. The three storey building is build according to all building codes and engineering requirements.
The site design is based on these similar transitional principles with public, semi-private and private open spaces, creating a modern urban form and social lifestyle. All aspects of the site and buildings have been utilized with public and private walkways, roof-top patio spaces and a central courtyard. Envelope details that prevent water and moisture ingress, yet still allow the assemblies to dry for healthy living . South and West facing windows will be specified to have appropriate shading and glazing coefficients to utilize the summer sun by blocking the heat while still allowing the winter sun to penetrate, reducing cooling and heating loads in the summer and winter seasons respectively.