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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Cenith Opens Show Home

On September 26th Cenith Developments Inc. opened a show suite at 315 Avenue N South.

The show suite is one of 12 family-oriented townhouses open for viewing.

Three of the units have been sold to Cress Housing, and another three to Quint Developments.

Six units remain available for the general public.

These units are finished on three levels with 2 bathrooms, family room, living and dining areas with plenty of storage space.

Units are being marketed by Century 21 Conexus Realty Ltd.

for viewing, call Jennifer Hauck (241-2229) or Kimberlee Matheson (717-1663).

Monday, September 13, 2010

Solar Installation - Day 2

The Cenith townhouses at Parcel B (315 Avenue N South) have now been fitted with two solar systems for domestic hot water and power generation. The solar panels come from a german manufacturer who is new to Canada - Schuco Canada

The solar panels are expected to have a 25 year life span, or longer.

This is believed to be one of the largest residential installations in Canada, and a first for Saskatoon.

The installation company is a local company called Rock Paper Sun Inc.

The show suite at Parcel B will soon be open for public viewing.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

New Playground Equipment Installed

As part of the first phase of park development, new playground equipment has been installed at the Grace Adam Park. At this point, the surfacing is not yet complete so it is not ready for use.
Asphalt paths will be going in as soon as the weather cooperates, and after that topsoil, planting, seeding, irrigation etc.
The plan is to have the playground and remainder of the park open for use by the end of October.

The second phase of the park development will not be started until after the new St. Mary School is open.

Solar Installation - Day 1

Cenith Developments has begun to install the solar thermal and solar power panels on their new housing development at 315 Avenue N South (parcel B).

The solar system will produce both heat to reduce the consumption of natural gas for heating water, and solar electric generation to produce power.

The supports are being installed today, and solar panels on Wednesday.