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August 16, 2016
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  People living in BlueSky at Black Mountain know that their neighborhoods; Fairways, Meadowlands, Uplands, and Highlands have obvious ties to golf but, each road name also has very special meaning in the golf world overall.  http://BLUESKY COMMUNITY Road Name Interesting Facts Barra Situated at Cleat, Isle of Barra, Scotland its club was established in

April 28, 2016
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I have been thinking what to “blog” about this infographic created for UDI that shows the overall economic impact of the BC Development Industry on our economy…… and I think it says it all. $17 billion in GDP and 107,000 jobs generated as a result of meeting the needs of new living spaces for our

October 26, 2015
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DUNBAR VILLAS AT BLUESKY What do these terms mean?  Well, generally speaking they all mean the same for the purposes of this blog. It’s a new concept that BlueSky at Black Mountain is now offering called the Dunbar Villa’s. Villas with City of Kelowna owned roads, sidewalks, curbs and lights just like single family homes. 

July 13, 2015
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BlueSky at Black Mountain is thrilled that there is a new kid in town, sort of.  Actually, he has been around for a while but, as of June 1, has become a full-fledged, 100%, Melcor employee doing sales at BlueSky which is why we think of him as the new kid. Greg Vinton is no

May 11, 2015
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As we all are witnessing, Kelowna’s buzzing economy has resulted in a great deal of real estate changing hands and many new homes being created.  I thought it would be wise to provide profiles of some of the people building these homes, especially the ones at my favorite community in the middle of everywhere called,

January 9, 2015
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Homes in Kelowna are flying off the shelves.  Not literally but, figuratively. Big City folk from all over the world are moving to this incredible community not only because the weather is exceptional, there is plenty to do, great education, lots of lakes, and great skiing but, also because this is a small town. Why