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New condo in Okanagan to link school, church and home

Eden has been designed to link school, church and home

Set in the heart of Uptown Rutland, off of Highway 33, a new condo development is being built.

Eden, will be made up of 152 modern residences and a grand outdoor courtyard designed for urban living. This condo community is being built with the help of Kelowna Christian Center Society and the team at Ecora.

“To proceed, we had to find someone to partner with. Ecora’s presentation and heart for the community became clear. I am confident that this will be a successful working partnership,” said Pastor David Kalamen.

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The Eden will feature one and two bedroom condos in Kelowna’s uptown neighbourhood.

The building is just a short drive from UBCO and quick access to Big White.

For more information visit www.edenkelowna.com

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