Pacific Avenue RENTALS

PACIFIC AVENUE RENTALS NEIGHBOURHOOD CONSULTATION PACKAGE

Anagram PROPERTIES Inc., has engaged MQN Architects to design a multi-family rental development on Pacific Avenue in the Capri / Landmark area of Kelowna. The proposed development follows Anagram’s corporate strategy of providing smart, sustainable and attainable properties. This purpose built rental project is situated one block south of the Capri Centre Mall enabling residents to walk to work and social activities.

On Monday, May 28, 2018 Kelowna City Council gave Initial Consideration and first reading of the official community plan amendment and rezoning application necessary for the Pacific Avenue RENTALS project approval to go ahead. As part of that process a neighbour consultation was completed on January 17, 2018. The intent of this consulation process is to inform neighbouring properties of the intent of this project and to describe the proposed changes associated with the project. Learn More >>>

INTRODUCING A FRESH RENTAL CONCEPT FOR KELOWNA’S CAPRI / LANDMARK AREA

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable Pacific Avenue RENTALS in Kelowna’s Capri / Landmark area. Featuring 31 affordable apartment units individually designed to maximize living space. The sustainable apartment building will feature 5 one-bedroom units, 21 two-bedroom units, and 5 three-bedroom units. Electric Vehicle Carshare and Bicycle Sharing Programs. Occupancies starting in AUTUMN 2018! Learn More >>>

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Anagram PROPERTIES Inc. has partnered with the City of Kelowna and aligned with their strategic priorities for urban development. City of Kelowna’s developer incentives are utilized for this project in the City Centre with grants and tax incentives available to promote the development of purpose-built rental housing throughout Kelowna. Learn More >>>

 EV CARSHARE PROGRAM

Anagram PROPERTIES Inc. has partnered with the OGO Car Share CO-OP providing Pacific Avenue RENTALS a membership-based service that gives tenants with 24/7 access to EV’s (Electric Vehicles). Tenants pay for usage on an hourly and per km basis. No more monthly car loan or annual insurance payment. Rates cover the cost of recharging at the 6 charging stations provided in the building, vehicle insurance, and permanent parking. Plus OGO looks after cleaning the EV’s, changing to winter tires, oil changes, and other ongoing maintenance. The Pacific Avenue RENTALS EV Carshare program will help the City of Kelowna to become a greener and more sustainable community. Learn More >>>

BIKE SHARE PROGRAM

The Pacific Avenue RENTALS bike share program will save tenants hundreds of dollars for a bike and never need to worry about maintenance and theft. The Pacific Avenue RENTALS bike share program will help the City of Kelowna to become a greener and more active community.

Research indicates that for a city its size, Kelowna has the most extensive bicycle network in Canada. Combined with their long, beautiful summers, it’s no wonder so many people choose to hop their bike and cruise around the city. Learn More >>>

Cycling is a great way to get around, especially with Kelowna’s 20-year plan to become an even more bike-friendly city. Whether you’re cruising along the lakeshore or peddling as a means to your morning commute to work, it’s always an enjoyable breath of fresh air. Learn More >>>

RENEWABLE POWER PRODUCTION

Pacific Avenue RENTALS is designed with a “solar-first” approach and the units will receive most of their energy from the sun – through 378 solar panels being installed for the project. The solar energy output at Pacific Avenue RENTALS will output 100,170 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year, the equivalent reducing 74.5 Metric Tons of Greenhouse gas emissions from 16 passenger vehicles driven for one year.

Pacific Avenue RENTALS has partnered with FortisBC’s net metering program is designed for parter’s who generate electricity for their own use. When the units generate more than tenant’s need, we sell the electricity back to FortisBC. When the units don’t generate enough to meet tenant needs, we buy it from FortisBC.

When we sell to FortisBC, the tenants get a bill credit towards tenants future electricity use. If you still have an excess credit at your anniversary date of joining the program, FortisBC will pay you for the electricity. Learn More >>>

A typical home generally consumes 11,000 kWh/year. A typical solar installation on a residential roof is 4 kilowatt (kW) in size with 16 solar panels, which in B.C., generates 4,400 kWh of electricity over a year. Pacific Avenue RENTALS will save about $550 per year in energy costs.

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable home builder established in 2012. At Anagram HOMES we built smart + sustainable + attainable homes for you and the environment.

What’s in a name? The term “anagram” is actually a word, phase or name formed by rearranging the letters of another word. We believe that the old building methods used to produced energy wasting, cookie cutter homes from the past need to be updated for the future. By looking back at the past and connect the dots with new technologies to make a new future.

In 2016 Anagram PROPERTIES Inc. won the Environmental Leadership in Housing 20+ Homes Award from the Regina & Region Home Builders’ Association for the Parliament Pointe Condominium Project designed with a “solar-first” approach and the units receive most of their energy from the sun – through 406 solar panels being installed for the project. The solar energy output at Parliament Pointe is 4,250 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year, the equivalent of powering 8,500 computers for one year! Read More >>>

PROJECT MEDIA ARTICLES

MORE RENTALS FOR CAPRI AREA
OKANAGAN EDGE MAY 29, 2018 Read More >>>

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KELOWNA NOW MAY 29, 2018 Read More >>>

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GREEN DEV EYES CAPRI AREA
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Clement Avenue RENTALS

CLEMENT AVANUE RENTALS NEIGHBOURHOOD CONSULTATION PACKAGE

 Anagram PROPERTIES Inc., has engaged MQN Architects to design a multi-family rental development on Clement Avenue in downtown Kelowna. The proposed development follows Anagram’s corporate strategy of providing smart, sustainable and attainable properties. This purpose built rental project is situated on the edge of the city centre of Kelowna enabling residents to walk to work and social activities.

Currently, this project is going through the Development Permit process with the City of Kelowna. Kelowna City Council gave second and third readings at a Regular Meeting held on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. On Monday, February 26, 2018 Kelowna City Council gave Initial Consideration and first reading of the official community plan amendment and rezoning application necessary for the Clement Avenue RENTALS project approval to go ahead. As part of that process a neighbour consultation was completed on January 20, 2018. The intent of this consulation process is to inform neighbouring properties of the intent of this project and to describe the proposed changes associated with the project. Learn More >>>

INTRODUCING A FRESH RENTAL CONCEPT FOR KELOWNA’S DOWNTOWN AREA

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable Clement Avenue RENTALS in Downtown Kelowna. Affordable apartment units individually designed to maximize living space. 1 – 4 Bedroom units to choose from. Electric Vehicle Carshare and Bicycle Sharing Programs. Occupancies starting in AUTUMN 2019!

Learn More >>>

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Anagram PROPERTIES Inc. has partnered with the City of Kelowna and aligned with their strategic priorities for urban development. City of Kelowna awarded this project a 2018 Rental Housing Grant of $115,748 and 10 year tax abatement. City of Kelowna’s developer incentives are utilized for this project in the City Centre with grants and tax incentives available to promote the development of purpose-built rental housing throughout Kelowna. Learn More >>>

 EV CARSHARE PROGRAM

Anagram PROPERTIES Inc. has partnered with the OGO Car Share CO-OP providing Clement Avenue RENTALS a membership-based service that gives tenants with 24/7 access to EV’s (Electric Vehicles). Tenants pay for usage on an hourly and per km basis. No more monthly car loan or annual insurance payment. Rates cover the cost of recharging at the 6 charging stations provided in the building, vehicle insurance, and permanent parking. Plus OGO looks after cleaning the EV’s, changing to winter tires, oil changes, and other ongoing maintenance. The Clement Avenue RENTALS EV Carshare program will help the City of Kelowna to become a greener and more sustainable community. Learn More >>>

BIKE SHARE PROGRAM

The Clement Avenue RENTALS bike share program will save tenants hundreds of dollars for a bike and never need to worry about maintenance and theft. The Clement Avenue RENTALS bike share program will help the City of Kelowna to become a greener and more active community.

Research indicates that for a city its size, Kelowna has the most extensive bicycle network in Canada. Combined with their long, beautiful summers, it’s no wonder so many people choose to hop their bike and cruise around the city. Learn More >>>

Cycling is a great way to get around, especially with Kelowna’s 20-year plan to become an even more bike-friendly city. Whether you’re cruising along the lakeshore or peddling as a means to your morning commute to work, it’s always an enjoyable breath of fresh air. Learn More >>>

RENEWABLE POWER PRODUCTION

Clement Avenue RENTALS is designed with a “solar-first” approach and the units will receive most of their energy from the sun – through 696 solar panels being installed for the project. The solar energy output at Clement Avenue RENTALS will output 184,440 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year, the equivalent of powering 10,500 computers for one year!

Clement Avenue RENTALS has partnered with FortisBC’s net metering program is designed for parter’s who generate electricity for their own use. When the units generate more than tenant’s need, we sell the electricity back to FortisBC. When the units don’t generate enough to meet tenant needs, we buy it from FortisBC.

When we sell to FortisBC, the tenants get a bill credit towards tenants future electricity use. If you still have an excess credit at your anniversary date of joining the program, FortisBC will pay you for the electricity. Learn More >>>

A typical home generally consumes 11,000 kWh/year. A typical solar installation on a residential roof is 4 kilowatt (kW) in size with 16 solar panels, which in B.C., generates 4,400 kWh of electricity over a year. Clement Avenue RENTALS will save about $550 per year in energy costs.

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable home builder established in 2012. At Anagram HOMES we built smart + sustainable + attainable homes for you and the environment.

What’s in a name? The term “anagram” is actually a word, phase or name formed by rearranging the letters of another word. We believe that the old building methods used to produced energy wasting, cookie cutter homes from the past need to be updated for the future. By looking back at the past and connect the dots with new technologies to make a new future.

In 2016 Anagram PROPERTIES Inc. won the Environmental Leadership in Housing 20+ Homes Award from the Regina & Region Home Builders’ Association for the Parliament Pointe Condominium Project designed with a “solar-first” approach and the units receive most of their energy from the sun – through 406 solar panels being installed for the project. The solar energy output at Parliament Pointe is 4,250 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year, the equivalent of powering 8,500 computers for one year! Read More >>>

MEDIA ARTICLES

RENTAL APARTMENT BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN KELOWNA A FIRST IN SEVERAL DECADES
KELOWNA INFO NEWS March 1, 2018 Read More >>>

AFFORDABLE APARTMENT RENTALS ON THE TABLE FOR DOWNTOWN KELOWNA
KELOWNA NOW February 28, 2018 Read More >>>

CLEMENT NEXT TO BOOM?
OKANAGAN Edge February 23, 2018 Read More >>>

CLEMENT NEXT TO BOOM?
CASTANET February 23, 2018 Read More >>>

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BIV BUSINESS VANCOUVER February 06, 2018 Read More >>>

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HELLO KELOWNA January 11, 2018 Read More >>>

THEY WILL STILL BE AFFORDABLE
OKANAGAN Edge January 08, 2018 Read More >>>

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CASTANET December 31, 2017 Read More >>>

AFFORDABLE UNITS IN CLEMENT PLAN
OKANAGAN Edge December 29, 2017 Read More >>>

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KELOWNA NOW November 20, 2017 Read More >>>

REIMAGINING CLEMENT
OKANAGAN Edge November 20, 2017 Read More >>>

REIMAGINING CLEMENT
CASTANET November 17, 2017 Read More >>>

AFFORDABLE APARTMENT RENTALS PROPOSED FOR CLEMENT AVE
KELOWNA NOW  November 17, 2017 Read More >>>

Parliament Pointe Condos

Live Life Your Way

By building affordable homes with modern style and practical green features we help you save money today and the environment tomorrow.

Each condo unit is built so that you can live your life in balance. Modern amenities are balanced with energy-saving solar technology. Simplicity is balanced with warm and comfortable design. Belonging to a community is balanced with the ability to create your own sanctuary. All this, at an affordable price that brings you peace of mind for the future.

There are 32 units to choose from in 4 construction phases. Phase 1 & 2 are SOLD OUT with occupancies started in Summer 2016. Phase 4 construction begins in January 2018.

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Fresh Design Concept

The goal of the development is to provide affordable and sustainable housing in the form of multiple duplex and four-plex type units, with at-grade amenity spaces, within a modest size of approximately 1,000 sqft per unit.

The development is a condominium homeownership model that will provide homes below current market prices, without the need for subsidies for the purchaser. The development aims to maximize density on parcels that would otherwise be used for lower density, market-priced homes.

Sustainable development processes are an important consideration for this project. Such sustainable processes may include using recycled, recyclable, or sustainable materials, using energy efficient envelopes, fitting with energy efficient appliances, clean energy power production through use of PV solar panels, and achieving 82+ Energy Star standards. Learn More >>>

Community Engagement

Anagram HOMES has partnered with the City of Regina in their Neighbourhood Building Blocks Housing Incentives Program. Anagram HOMES worked with the City of Regina work towards the Capital Grant Project for funding of $15,000 per unit, and for a 5 Year Tax Exemption for 16 units. Learn More >>>

Renewable Power Production

Parliament Pointe condos are being designed with a “solar-first” approach and the units will receive most of their energy from the sun – through 406 solar panels being installed for the project. The solar energy output at Parliament Pointe will output 4,250 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year, the equivalent of powering 8,500 computers for one year!

With estimated consumption per unit of 7,000 kWh, homeowners will save about $500 per year in energy costs.

How do you as a homeowner save money? The financed monthly payments for the solar energy package is less than power bill seen in regular condo projects. Typically, power costs increase each year, however with solar power your costs are kept stable throughout the long term. Imagine being able to lock in your power bills below today’s cost for the next 25 years! With the solar panels being installed at Parliament Pointe, we are creating the ability to save up to 70% of a typical power bill. Learn More >>>

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable

Smart + Sustainable + Attainable home builder established in 2012. At Anagram HOMES we built smart + sustainable + attainable homes for you and the environment.

What’s in a name? The term “anagram” is actually a word, phase or name formed by rearranging the letters of another word. We believe that the old building methods used to produced energy wasting, cookie cutter homes from the past need to be updated for the future. By looking back at the past and connect the dots with new technologies to make a new future.