A very new, exciting development is coming shortly to Brocklehurst in Kamloops – Catalpa Community.
As announced in May earlier this year, the Cooper Family Foundation is reconstructing the old Bowler Time location to create a permanent home for the Kamloops Search and Rescue & SRD K9 Unit. The most recent project, Catalpa consisting of 73 new homes along Ord Road in Brocklehurst will be sold with $10,000 from each sale (that’s $730,000!) to be donated to the Cooper Foundation for renovations and upgrades of the new Search and Rescue site.
The long time auto yard that was sold in 2018 has been completely overhauled to make way for this new development. The development will be made up of level-entry homes, two styles of ranchers, two layouts of single-family homes and a duplex. Phase 1 is slotted to begin sales starting at $399 on Friday, Sept 27/2019. For more information about the sales and phase plans – please visit www.catalpacommuity.com
Not familiar with the Cooper Family Foundation?
The Foundation was started in 2017 by the Cooper family, which was behind the Cooper’s Foods stores that could be found in every neighbourhood across the city for the last several decades. In 1999, the family sold the grocery store chain to Overwaitea and over the past 20 years has been involved in property development. Their first of the Foundation’s fundraising endeavours was last year’s silent auction of a new home in Aberdeen. The money raised went towards the $1.4-million expansion at the Marjorie Snowden Willoughby Memorial Hospice Home, located in Sa-Hali.
UPDATE OCT 17/19
Phase 1 was released with with pricing starting at $399,900 up to $459,900. Head on over to their website to see the floor plans, site plan and color schemes. Very nice neutral colors have been chosen for the outside of the units which will leave to a very nice cohesive neighborhood feel. Families will love the set up of the homes with detached buildings set in a loop – safe for young & older children!