Dreams Com(ing) True

Saturday, May 12 was a very exciting day for everyone at Prairie Spruce. It was the first time we had a chance to go inside our new home.

We started out on the first floor in the common dining and lounge area. Everyone was looking around and enjoying the amount of light coming in from the many windows, thinking about where the kitchen would be, and how great drinks on the terrace were going to be. (OK, maybe I was the only one thinking about drinks on the deck.)

Checking out the kitchen and dining room. The windows to the left open onto the terrace.
Prairie Spruce first-floor members checking out the in-floor heating and cooling.

Those members whose units are on the first floor got to look longingly through the framing at their units.  The hoses for the in-floor heating and cooling (red in the picture ) were laid out, but not cemented in yet, so they couldn’t tour their units. They were able to tour the units on the second floor that have the same design, so they could still get a feel for the size and design of their units.

Then everyone went upstairs to explore the second and third floors.

Lois checking out the view from her 3rd-floor unit. She claims that she will have the best view of fireworks. I think I’ll try the 3rd-floor terrace first.
Dave, Brenda, and Ruth trying out the hallways which include an alcove at each doorway that adds architectural interest. Don’t they look like they belong on an album cover? But the band name… need to figure it out. Suggestions?
This is what most of the second and third floors look like right now – just studs with the promise of something spectacular. Eva, Prairie Spruce member, said, “There are so many different floor plans – Fantastic. My unit is bigger than I expected”.
Darcy from Fiorante Homes and Commercial discussing something with Knud, Eva, and JoAnne. Everyone looks happy.
JoAnne talking to Wayne Mantyka from CTV. Prairie Spruce was on the news on Sunday night. Click here to watch it

There are still units available. It’s time your dreams came true too.


P.S. A big thanks to Ken Jones for taking all the photos during the tour. You did an awesome job!