Movala, a beachside condo community project being developed by Stober Group in Kelowna, has been given final approvals from the city. It is located in the heart of Kelowna’s Lower Mission neighbourhood between popular Gyro Beach Park and Pandosy Village.
“This is an exciting time for our company, after many years of owning the land and careful consultation we look forward to building this significant residential community that is not only on a premium beachside location, but steps away from shopping, cafes, restaurants and outdoor activities,” comments Dave McAnerney, CEO, Stober Group.
“This is a showcase project for our company but also for our entirely local team that we have brought together.”
Designed by Kelowna-based Meiklejohn Architects, the concrete tower forms have dynamic curves and terraced features that offer private outdoor living spaces for the condominiums, with extensive decks and large windows taking advantage of the panoramic lake and mountain views. Interior design is by Begrand-Fast Design and general contractor is Greyback Construction.
Designed by Begrand-Fast Design, the interiors offer an enhanced year-round living experience with earthy, neutral colour palettes inspired by the natural local environment and features indigenous wood grains, soft stone and mountain hues, and sandy beach tones. The layering of these elements enriches sophisticated, urban living, and creates relaxing, inclusive spaces.
The buildings will offer residents a number of indoor and outdoor amenities including a business centre with work hubs, golf simulator, fitness centre and yoga studio, library, coffee bar, outdoor pool, hot tub, saunas and showers, a cabana beach club, bocce lawn and the ability to entertain guests on the outdoor platform BBQ’s and tables for al fresco dining.
Construction is anticipated to begin Spring 2022 with completion of Phase 1 estimated for Fall 2024.