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Master-Planned Community of Eaglewind Squamish by Solterra
The impressive 25 acre masterplanned neighbourhood re-development by Solterra Group of Companies at the Eaglewind community provides a range of housing types including pre-sale Squamish condos, apartments and townhomes.


Summits View - Eaglewind Living
Welcome to Eaglewind Living. We hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather and are taking in some summer activities like the Symphony of Fire! Attached is the latest Eaglewind Living Newsletter at Summits View Squamish resort real estate - full of useful and fun information such as investor information regarding Squamish, Interior Design tips, local attractions and so much more! Remember, in order to be in front of the line and learn about our VIP promotions, you must click here to be instantly registered for SUMMITS VIEW Eaglewind Squamish living. P.S. We welcome you to our Squamish Presentation Centre to have a sneak preview of our new Summits View display home. Summits View: Perfect Timing is Essential. A New Era of Squamish, Incredible Investment Opportunity, Investment Highlights, Interior Design Tips, Squamish Athlete Profile, Growing Community, Sea-to-Sky Improvements.

Summits View - Homes from $269,900
Not a VIP? We noticed you have not yet registered as a Summits View at Eaglewind VIP Registrant. VIP Registrants for the Eaglewind Squamish real estate development community are the first to get the latest news and updates on Summits View condo apartment homes, including notices of additional floorplans and promotions in the future. Register before August 16th and be eligible for VIP pre-sale purchase incentives. Becoming a VIP registrant is just a SINGLE-CLICK away! Simply CLICK HERE to be added to the Summits View VIP database instantly! Sneak Preview: Summits View Floor Plans. We are excited to announce we are getting close to our Summits View apartment homes Squamish real estate Registered VIP Grand Opening. We are pleased to present you with a sneak peek at a few Summits View floor plans and their starting prices. Select plans are only available to VIP Registrants. Register today and they will be emailed to you immediately! One Bedroom pre-construction Squamish condos Starting from $269,900. Preview appointments are starting soon. Be one of the first to see detailed pricing, complete floorplans, and view our stunning Eaglewind Squamish community display suite! Call us to book your private preview appointment today. Best Regards, Solterra (Summits View) Ltd. Partnership

The adventure capital of Canada presents the new master planned Solterra Eaglewind community in Squamish real estate marketSummits View Squamish: Best New Home Investment
According to REW Newspaper: Quality of construction. An ideal location. A first in real estate investment opportunity. These are the ingredients for an outstanding Squamish real estate investment, and the definition of Summits View, the latest phase in Solterra’s 25 acre Eaglewind master planned community in downtown Squamish, just minutes off the Sea-to-Sky Highway. Summits View at Eaglewind is a striking six storey steel and concrete expression of contemporary modern design by renowned architect Gomberhoff Bell Lyons. Architectural detailing include extensive brick and timber like accents, oversized windows to maximize light and views, generous covered balconies and ambling footpaths from your door around the landscaped roof deck. Inside, Summits View Squamish at Eaglewind real estate development welcomes with stylish homes in a choice of designer colour schemes. Each of the presale Squamish homes features durable laminate wood flooring in main living areas, natural gas fireplace with TV niche; and standard features that extend to luxurious berber carpet in bedrooms, imported polished stone countertops and front loading washer and dryer. Kitchens at the Eaglewind Squamish Summits View condo aparrtments come with four designer brand stainless steel appliances, handset slate or porcelain tile backsplash and wood cabinetry in either rustic shake or contemporary style with brushed nickel handles. Bathrooms feature both large walk in showers and or sa square edged soaker tub; handset 24 inch by 12 inch imported tiling, American Standard faucets and spa like wood cabinetry with built in towel cubbies. Amenities include a media and games room with large screen TV, a summits View Squamish guest suite at Eaglewind master planned community and meeting room, space to tune your bike and skis and even a dog wash station for your best furry friend. Squamish real estate continues to prosper with the $600 million Sea-To-Sky Highway Improvements a future 80 acre waterfront real estate development with a proposed boardwalk, two new Universities, Quest and Capilano, and a possible world class ski resort on Mount Garibaldi. Located in downtown Squamish real estate, Eaglewind at Summits View apartment residences dedicated nearly half of its land as the 11 acre Eaglewind Public Park with tennis courts, lawn bowling fields, picnic areas, open play areas, walk ways and trails to adjacent waterfront. “People who purchase at Summits View Squamish propery have the luxury of moving in after all the highway improvements are complete. That is the greatest benefit of pre-sales purchases in tehis reale state Squamish market. Also, if Mount Garibaldi is realized, they are already owners in B.C.’s next world class ski resort. Imagine if you had een able to purchase in whistler 20 years ago?” said Laura Rizzo, VP Marketing for solterra Group of Companies. For complete information on Summits View at Eaglewind community, call 877.892.5888 or visit www.EaglewindSquamish.com. The Eaglewind presentation centre is located at 1240 Pemberton Ave in downtown Squamish complete with the show homes. You can visit the Vancouver downtown presentation centre as well. More information about the Squamish Eaglewind condo apartments here.


Canada’s Best Real Estate Investment is Solterra’s Eaglewind Squamish, BC
5 TOP REASONS TO BUY AT EAGLEWIND SQUAMISH REAL ESTATE:

5. Proximity to Vancouver and Whistler – 45 minutes to downtown Vancouver, 30 minutes to Whistler – the new urban Squamish is an oceanfront community at Eaglewind offering the best of both natural beauty and Downtown Squamish amenities.
4. 25 Acre Master Planned Squamish Eaglewind Resort Community – Eaglewind – a hidden gem with almost half the community dedicated as a public park featuring tennis courts, lawn bowling, dog park, children’s play structures, open fields and walking trails leading to the Squamish Estuary Waterfront.
3. Quest and Capilano University – A new intellectual Squamish community attracting students from the Lower Mainland and around the World.
2. Steel and Concrete Real Estate Construction – Superior concrete and steel construction (NOT WOOD) by boutique, award winning Squamish real estate developer and builder, Solterra.
1. Priced from $284,900 – An amazing Squamish resort real estate value for long-term, superior steel and construction compared to nearby Whistler and West Vancouver homes.

Talon at Eaglewind is sold out and completed in 2007
Rockcliff at Eaglewind is sold out with completion in 2009
Streams at Eaglewind only has a few units left and completion in 2009
Summits View at Eaglewind has just been released and completion ready for 2010

The presentation centres are now open at the 2 following locations:
Vancouver – 872 Seymour St open daily 12 – 5pm except Fridays at 604.788.8386
Squamish – 1240 Pemberton Ave open daily 12 – 5pm at 1.877.892.5888

Squamish Real Estate Advertorial: Squamish – An Olympic Medal Contender for Both Home Value and Lifestyle
Written by Alyn Edwards for the advertorial in the Georgia Straight Vancouver magazine. Just an easy highway drive north of Vancouver, nestled between two of Canada’s most affluent communities – West Vancouver and Whistler – Squamish real estate has waterfront and mountains written all over it. And it’s going to be a lot easier to access when the $600 million upgrade to the Sea to Sky Highway is completed in time for the 2010 Vancouver-Whistler Olympics. Squamish real estate is also at the half way mark between the two Olympic centers and each will be forty five minutes away from downtown Squamish real estate. More and more people who visit Squamish have decided to make the community their home. There are six major real estate Squamish presale developments currently underway, with a like number in the planning stages. “This is an exciting time for Squamish,” says Mayor Ian Sutherland. “we have a lot of great real estate developments being built and Squamish is really going to benefit.” For a growing number of lucky people, living in Squamish real estate is a lifestyle choice for those who want it all. This former logging port has really grown up. So, what’s it like to live in Squamish? Just ask the hundreds of new residents who are joining the 16,000 people who already live there. They’ll tell you about the stunning water and mountain views from every window, a vibrant downtown Squamish area undergoing a revitalization program, a new 80 acre oceanfront redevelopment that will offer modern Squamish condominium living, marina, upscale restaurants and shops.

More about the Future of Squamish Property
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp (CMHC) reported that Squamish real estate posted the strongest sales increase anywhere in the Lower Mainland, rising 21 per cent in 2007 over the previous year. “With the overall Squamish real estate market entering an era of stabilized prices we continue to see potential value increase in areas like Squamish,” says Jennifer Podmore, Managing Partner of MPC Intelligence Inc. – a real estate research and analytical firm. “With the relatively low prices and close proximity to both Vancouver and Whistler, Squamish real estate presents a good real estate value,” says MPC Intelligence’s Podmore. Whistler, North America’s number one ski destination, is just up the highway and the new Garibaldi at Squamish Resort and ski area is proposed and would include two new 18 hole Championship Golf Courses. See more info on this new proposal at www.garibaldiatsquamish.com. The first Private University in Canada, QUEST University recently opened its doors last fall. With its arts and science focus, QUEST is an architectural splendour and with tuition near $30,000 annually attracts International students to the area. Capilano College Squamish was recently designated Capilano University and hundreds of additional students need sound rental Squamish accommodations close to campus. Vacancies are low – so new real estate Squamish projects will help students find their rental homes. Some of North America’s major retailers see the growing popurality of Squamish real estate. After doing their due-diligence (the population of Squamish is expected to double over the next 20 years) Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Rona, and Save-On-Foods have opened new stores here. London Drugs and Costco plan to open new stores in Squamish as well.

The Squamish Eaglewind community features Talon Townhomes, Rockcliff apartment residences, Summits View condos and Streams Townhomes for saleMore about Current Presale Squamish Condo Properties and other Real Estate For Sale
The number one selling new Squamish community is also the new centre of downtown Squamish real estate. Eaglewind by Solterra Group of Companies is a 10 hectare (25 acre) master planned community nestled between the Squamish downtown property area at Pemberton Avenue and 4th Avenue and the Squamish River estuary. What makes this new Squamish real estate community unique is that nearly half of the 25 acre development is comprised of a park leading to the estuary waterfront. This park features walking trails, play areas for children, tennis and lawn bowling courts, a community garden and an area set aside for a dog park. Several presale Squamish real estate developments have already been constructed within this new Eaglewind community: Talon featuring larger townhouses and duplexes with an average price in the mid $500,000s; Streams at Eaglewind with townhouses averaging in the high $400,000s and Rockcliff at Eaglewind Squamish at 90 suite concrete and steel apartment complex which quickly sold out. Jennifer Podmore has seen Solterra Group’s 25 acre Eaglewind site for Summit’s View and describes it this way: “It is a site that has truly come into its own, no longer is the site a vision for the future. It is now clear the positive impact a large development like this will have on the future of Squamish real estate. The current offering represents an opportunity to get into a master-planned community with easy access to the estuary, hiking trails and it is within an hour of either Whistler and Vancouver.” The newest Squamish real estate development at Eagleiwind is aptly name Summits View for the stunning surroundings that residents will see form Squamish homes in this six storey concrete and steel complex. The design of the Eaglewind Summits View building housing 134 apartments including city homes and presale townhomes is described as ‘mountain contemporary’ by the Vancouver based award winning Gomberoff Bell Lyon Architects. Solterra Group is also the builder. The company has pioneered a system of prefabricating sections of its concrete and steel buildings which can cut down on construction time and lower the cost so sale prices. These Squamish Eaglewind prices are in line with the much lower value wood frame condominium apartment buildings while offering the long term superior quality benefits of concrete construction.

With Squamish rental vacancy rates at historic lows, an increase in university students looking for Squamish rental accommodation and more new residents moving to Squamish for employment opportunities, the suites at Summits View Eaglewind are expected to attract a mix of home buyers and real estate investors. In 2010, the eyes of the world will turn to Vancouver and Whistler for the 2010 Winter Olympics. People who want to literally be in the centre of all the excitement are choosing Squamish real estate as the place to live.

BC Company Introduces Innovative Pre-Fab Residential Buildings to Squamish Real Estate
By Julia S. for the North Shore Outlook advertisement. A quiet revolution is taking place in an unassuming building in the industrial area of Delta’s Annicis Island, where two mid-rise condominium buildings are being fabricated. Utilizing a unique system to create “panelized” steel modules, the Solterra Group of Copmanies has developed a template for pre-fabricating Squamish real estate building sections in a controlled indoor environment. “By using this system, the majority of the structural work is completed at our plant. This includes completely finishing the exterior walls in up to 30 feet wide by one storey high sections, including all windows, doors and exterior paint. Once on site, the sections are then hoisted into place” says Vice President of Operations Brian Webster. “The controlled indoor environment of the plant combined with an assembly line set-up improves quality control, efficiency and the construction team does not have to deal with weather set backs” adds Webster. The panels are thoroughly inspected by Solterra’s quality control team before they are delivered to the site, in this case, the Eaglewind Community in Squamish real estate market currently under construction. Solterra’s innovative steel and concrete system is being featured right here in our own backyard – in Squamish’s number one selling community, Eaglewind. This master planned community at Eaglewind Squamish real estate includes six neighbourhoods: Talon, Rockcliff, Streams, Summits View, The Falls and Nature’s Gate in a picturesque 25 acre setting bordering Squamish’s Estuary Waterfront real estate. The pre-construction Eaglewind Squamish apartment residences within the community – Rockcliff, Summits View and The Falls – are being constructed with this pre-fab system. “Our goal is to develop superior buildings and raise the bar in the real estate industry,” says Mike Bosa, Vice President of Acquisistions and Development for Solterra. “Constructing feature developments like Rockcliff and Summits View at Eaglewind Suamish in our plant allows us to maintain a high level of efficiency and ensures wer are manufacturing the best possible product for our homeowners. As a company, it also gives us the potential to develop high quality buildings anywhere around the world.”

Why is this Pre-Fab Concrete Eaglewind Squamish Real Estate Development Significant?
Why build in steel and concrete? Because these materials are extremely durable and have a longer lifespan. Compared to other types of construction, steel and concrete hold their value better. From an “eco-friendly” standpoint, steel itself is recyclable and concrete is a wise choice as it is comprised of the earth’s most common and abundant raw materials and used recycled materials. Concrete does not require any preservatives, coatings or sealants and is higher thermal mass allows homes to stay warmer in winter and cooler in summer, reducing the costs of utilities and conserving energy. “Building with steel and concrete allows for a smaller ecological footprint and results in larger greenspaces,” says Mike Bosa. “This has the benefit of increasing density on less land, but is also results I more homes with better views. Squamish real estate is a beautiful place and we want to provide our home buyers with the opportunity to see its phenomenal vistas.” Using concrete and steel allows Solterra to create presale homes that complement their natural surroundings. Both materials offer endless possibilities in shape, finishing, colour and texture. This is also one of many factors that make these materials the most desirable for home building. Solterra’s first building, Rockcliff at Eaglewind sold out in only a few onths. “Consumers are recognizing the benefits and are increasingly selecting quality steel and concrete buildings over standard wood frame construction,” says Mike Bosa. Building on the success of Rockcliff at Eaglewind Squamish real estate master planned community, we are excited to introduce our next steel and concrete community, Summits Vie at Eaglewind, an excellent opportunity for educated and sophisticated home buyers who can see the real value and investment potential of this unique building.” Located in the centre of the Eaglewind Squamish neighbourhood and named for the spectacular surroundings that residents will see from their homes, Summits View at Eaglewind offers 134 presale Squamish apartments including city homes and townhomes. Amenities include a media and games room, dog wash, bike and ski tune-up area and guest suite and meeting room as well. The Eaglewind Summit View apartment suites feature real wood cabinetry, natural stone counters throughout and natural gas fireplaces as well as oversized windows maximizing natural light and stunning views. However, it’s hard to look outside when you see eye-catching kitchens at the pre-construction Squamish Summits View apartments which include a premium stainless steel appliance package with counter depth, bottom mount freezer fridge by Fisher Paykel and a dual fuel gas range, which are out-shone by the dramatic ensuites with their spa like vanities. Ranging from 576 square feet one bedroom, one bedroom plus den units at 670 square feet and two bedroom suites with den up to 1513 square feet, Summits View at Eaglewind Squamish real estate offering is an amazing property value for savvy home buyers looking for a solid long-term investment. For more information on Summits View presale apartments at Eaglewind Squamish, visit online at www.EaglewindSquamish.com or either the Summits View Presentation Centres in both Squamish and downtown Vancouver.

A Special Advertisement about the Olympic Legacy: Squamish Real Estate to Benefit Most from Sea-to-Sky Highway Upgrade
According to a special advertisement in the Vancouver Sun just recently, the Sea to Sky Highway that will be completed in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics will create a big boom in the Squamish real estate market. This is what they have to say: A better, safer, more reliable highway will make Squamish real estate community more accessible and an even more desirable community in which to live, work, play and invest. In 2010 Winter Olympics, all eyes of the world will turn to Vancouver and Whistler. Not only will it bring great excitement to both cities and everything in between, but there will certainly be some short-term and long-term economic gains from hosting such a large world-class event such as the Winter Olympics. With more jobs and increased revenue, the Squamish real estate market housing prices are set to go up as the real benefits of the Winter Olympics are measured in the legacies that are left over from the events, long after the athletes and media have cleared off. While this certainly holds true for the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympic Games, it is the massive $600-million upgrade to the Sea to Sky Highway that connects Whistler Resort to Vancouver that will have the longest major long-term impact on property prices and the growth of Squamish real estate. With history on their side, commuter cities in past Olympic Games have stood to gain the most in terms of revenue, job creation, transportation links as well as property price increases during and after the event. And Squamish real estate property market is no exception to this historical trend. Situated almost exactly half way between the two Olympic Centres of Whistler and Vancouver, Squamish real estate is ideally positioned to benefit form upgrades to the Sea to Sky Highway, which will be complete by the time 2010 rolls around. Improvements are still underway and eventually will cut down the travel time between West Vancouver and Vancouver by an enormous amount, creating a safer route that is reliable and higher capacity, allowing the new town of Squamish to grow and prosper. Better highway access is also expected to spur economic growth and the real estate market in Squamish both short and long term. Squamish property market has already undergone tremendous change and infrastructure improvements over the past few years. Residents of Whistler and Pemberton regularly frequent Squamish real estate to shop at the big name retailers, including Wal-Mart, Save On Foods, and Home Depot with plans for CostCo and London Drugs to join the expansion. In addition, there have been recent openings of two new universities called the Private Quest University of Squamish and the Capilano University Squamish Campus, both attracting a positive student think-tank into the region.

So What is the Progress Like in Squamish BC?
Major real estate projects underway include a revitalization of the downtown Squamish core and a new 80 acre ocean front re-development that will include pre-sale Squamish condos, townhomes, homes, restaurants, shopping and a large marina. Many people have already taken note of the growing population and potential to do business in the Squamish area. Residential growth in Squamish is huge with no signs of slowing down. With a population of 16,000 currently, the town of Squamish is expected to double its population in a matter of just 20 years. Along with the inflex of new residents comes increased Squamish real estate activity. Canada Mortgage Housing Corp or CMHC as they are also called, reports that the Squamish property market posted the strongest sales increase anywhere in the Lower Mainland, rising a whopping 21 per cent in 2007 over the previous year. This is a significant short-term capital gain in Squamish real estate, but it is expected to further increase significantly over the long-term well beyond the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. The number one selling new home community in Squamish property market is the new Eaglewind neighbourhood by Solterra Group of Companies that brings to the table a massive master-planned community of spacious modern homes with quality concrete construction over 25 acres. It is indicated in the figures that one in four homes in Squamish property market are sold in the Eaglewind neighbourhood. With lots of trails, the water, downtown, universities and much more just around the corner, the Eaglewind Squamish community is ideally situated in the cross roads of everything you need to work, play and relax. While the increase in real estate activity can certainly be attributed in part to the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympic Games, and enhanced highway accessibility, the question begs to be asked: What about after the Games? A 2006 study by CMHC examined the potential impact of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games on the Vancouver and Sea to Sky housing markets. Research indicated that the number of ground oriented housing starts within the Squamish-Lillooet Regional Distrcit would br 26 per cent greater than under the “no Games” scenario, with an average of 126 more ground-oriented units started per year from 2001 to 2031. Apartments in the Squamish real estate community starts during the same time period would be 24 per cent greater, with an average of 30 more apartments units started each year. In contrast, projected housing starts in the Lower Mainland only showed an average annual increase of 9.3 per cent over a “no Games’ scenario. The Squamish community has long been poised for greatness. Sandwished between a world class city and a world class ski resort, it has grown from a small logging port into a modern, family oriented community offering unparalleled scenic wonder and endless opportunities for outdoor fun and adventure. It has been trademarked “The Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada,” for good reason.

Home Value and Lifestyle in Squamish
If you are looking for both these things, then the new Eaglewind at Squamish master planned community by the Solterra Group of Companies will be an ideal place to call home. Just an easy drive from Vancouver via the new Sea-to-Sky Highway, Squamish real estate is burgeoning and will likely see a capital gain increase in property values right through the Olympics and beyond. Squamish Eaglewind by Solterra is a massive twenty five acre property development that is nestled at Pemberton Avenue and 4th Avenue, just next to the Squamish River estuary and just seconds to the downtown core. The park leading to the estruary is what makes this new Squamish real estate development unique from other projects around twon. This community green space allows residents of the Eaglewind community to enjoy hiking and walking trails, children outdoor play grounds, tennis and lawn bowling as well as a dog park for your significant other. Several real estate launches have already been constructed within the Eaglewind Squamish community that includes: Talon at Eaglewind, featuring larger presale townhomes and duplexes with an average price in the mid $500,000s; Streams at Eaglewind, with Squamish townhouses averaging at around the high $400,000s and Rockcliff at Eaglewind, a ninety suite concrete and steel Squamish apartment complex which is entirely sold out. The newest launch at this new Squamish community of Eaglewind by the Solterra Group is called Summits View which is a 6 storey concrete and steel new condo building with 134 apartment homes for sale. These are called Squamish city homes and townhouses at Summits View with a mountain contemporary feel by Gomberoff Bell Lyon Architects. With the latest in prefrabrication construction methods, the Solterra Group of Companies is able to provide sturdy and long lasting concrete and steel Squamish apartments buildings for the traditional pricing of a wood-framed one, passing these luxurious and savings on to the potential home buyer. Therefore, now is the time where you can benefit most from pre-sales Summits View apartments at Eaglewind purchase for home or as a real estate investment beyond 2010.

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