The pet-friendly Alexander Place overlooks Rotary Recreation Park in the heart of Red Deer.

The pet-friendly Alexander Place overlooks Rotary Recreation Park in the heart of Red Deer.

The city at your doorstep… security and community too!

Luxury living in the heart of Red Deer, with all the comforts of home

Deluxe downtown living is here, but units are renting fast! There are just a few suites left at Alexander Place, the Black Mountain Property Management residence at 4712 47A Ave. overlooking Rotary Recreation Park.

Live the lifestyle you’ve always wanted: surrounded by the shops and services you need, tucked into a quiet oasis when you want to stay in.

The neighbourhood

Take advantage of Red Deer’s vibrant downtown restaurants, stores and community services, all just a pleasant walk from your new home!

The Golden Circle Seniors Resource Centre is only a three-minute walk across the park, and a hub of activity. Enjoy fitness classes, clubs, games and classes, or volunteer to help your neighbours. The Recreation Centre Pool and tennis courts are just a few steps further in Rotary Recreation Park.

Get all your shopping done in the downtown core, and pick up take-out or delivery from your favourite restaurants. Alexander Place makes daily living easy, with the downtown branch of the Red Deer Public Library only a four minutes’ walk, banking and medical services right around the corner, and a fabulous network of parks when you want to enjoy the outdoors.

The building

Alexander Place is chock full of amenities to help you feel at home. Enjoy heated underground parking, or electric outdoor parking if you don’t mind dusting the snow of your windshield. Don’t have a car? Sign up for the Car Share Program to lighten the load on trips to the grocery store and other errands.

Crystal, the on-site property manager, is ready to help tackle any maintenance issues that come up, and security cameras at every entrance give you peace of mind. When it’s safe to gather, the Social Lounge will be bubbling with neighbours enjoying a cup of coffee or board games and puzzles — some tenants’ favourite pastime! It’s also available to rent for larger get-togethers like birthdays.

The suite

Your personal bubble is equipped with timeless details to match any aesthetic. Suites are filled with bright, natural light, warm woodgrain vinyl plank floors and cosy bedroom carpet. You’ll love the dark slate chocolate maple cabinets, glossy grey subway tile backsplash and Italian marble-inspired countertops.

All suites are fully air conditioned for optimal comfort through the hot Red Deer summer. Take advantage of the balcony to grow a garden or enjoy an afternoon cocktail, and keep on top of your laundry with in-suite washer and dryer. All suites are pet-friendly, and the park across the street is perfect for Rover’s daily walks.

Schedule a tour today!

Alexander Place is almost full! Just a few suites remain. Right now you can get one month’s rent free when you sign a 13 month lease. Contact Crystal the property manager at 403-598-0506 or email spm@blackmountainpropertymgmt.com to find out more about the 2-bed+2-bath suites available. Take a virtual tour at alexanderplace.ca, or call Crystal to schedule a COVID-safe in-person viewing.

Right now you can get one month’s rent free when you sign a 13 month lease at Alexander Place in downtown Red Deer.

Right now you can get one month’s rent free when you sign a 13 month lease at Alexander Place in downtown Red Deer.

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