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Classic Construction is pleased to announce they are breaking ground on their new Built Green development, located at Southlands Pointe in Medicine Hat, the community’s first Built Green condominium.
Comprised of 88 units, with both 2 and 3 bedroom floorplans, Southlands Pointe leads the way in Classic style by proving that affordable green living is within the average homeowner’s reach. The development is eligible for Classic’s 10 Year Mortgage Assistance Program, with down payments starting at $3,900 and monthly payments as low as $521/mo (including condo fees), This makes Southlands Pointe more affordable than ever for homeowners to enjoy the benefits and cost savings of living green.
This development will be built using the latest in environmental technology, known as a Structurally Insulated Panel System (SIPS). This method is produced right here in Medicine Hat, through Classic Panels, a related company of Classic Construction Ltd. SIPS technology ensures that the development is not only environmentally sound, but also stronger and better insulated against weather, and air infiltration noise.
Never one to sacrifice quality, Classic has also continued to ensure that each of their units contain their signature granite countertops, custom cabinets and finishes, with the added quality of many new environmentally friendly options as well. Standard features such as: high-efficiency furnaces, tankless hot water heating, Low-E Argon windows, Hardie plank and stucco durable exteriors, no VOC paint and insulated water lines that meet the Built Green standards.
With a combined total of more than 340 units sold in their Northlands Point and Somerset Villas Communities within 14 months, these 88 Built Green units of Southlands Point are expected to sell quickly, meeting Medicine Hat’s continued demand for attainable housing, but now in a Built Green way.
Join Classic Construction as they break ground on this exciting new initiative with Bernadette Majdell, CMHC Corporate Representative for Alberta South, a representative from Hat Smart Energy Efficient program, and Classic Construction’s President Murray Prokosch, and a host of other local dignitaries.

"We're really excited to be there as Classic Communities breaks ground at this noteworthy event," says Majdell, "CMHC supports builders like Classic Communities who are leaders in the development of sustainable homes and housing that reduces our environmental impact."

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