March 2020

Found 3 blog entries for March 2020.

Hi There! 

Kerri-lyn here - I wanted to take a moment to connect with all of our clients, friends and members of our community because I know that we are in new territory these days and sometimes where there’s change there can be a lot of uncertainty and it can be tough to forge ahead. 

In times when I’ve needed guidance and inspiration I’ve often reached out to my friend, life coach, mom and Olympic Champion Jamie Sale. Jamie has achieved so much, working her way from Red Deer all the way up to her gold medal win in figure skating and I felt like I could learn a lot from her. I think it’s so important for us to check in with ourselves and continue to learn new strategies to not only cope but thrive in our work, our home lives and even in

922 Views, 0 Comments

Are you dreaming of a European getaway, but the 8-hour flight might be a little too long for your taste? Good news! Now you can get a taste of the stunning European architecture that the continent is so well known for mere minutes outside of Edmonton’s downtown core.

The beautiful new development is called Manchester Square and it’s located on the northwest corner of 120 Street and 107 Avenue in Queen Mary Park. This one of a kind building replaces an old brick warehouse and will now be home to 20 locally owned shops and businesses.  

“The project is trying to emanate Europe and the European lifestyle. The whole strategy behind the design is to entice tenants and patrons to enjoy the design and style," said Anton Margulis, the developer from 76

2,547 Views, 0 Comments

 

Tucked behind the Edmonton Country club along the edge of the North Saskatchewan river in Edmonton’s west end is the neighbourhood of Oleskiw. With a population of more than 2,800 residents the community is bordered by 170th street, just blocks away from access to whitemud drive. Driving into the community you’ll find beautiful homes surrounded by the picturesque river valley parks system with trails meandering down the banks of the Wolf Willow Ravine. Walking through the area you’re likely to catch the distant sound of a woodpecker tapping away at a poplar, a rustling of the leaves and the echo of a basketball hitting the pavement of a driveway during a quick father son pickup game. 

Surrounded by trees in the subdivision of Wolf Willow

2,581 Views, 0 Comments

Have a Question?

Contact Us

Follow Us