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Homebuilders host block party in Royalwood

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It was a grand opening block party, Royalwood style!

On the evening of Sept. 11, StreetSide Developments hosted a neighbourhood celebration at their 87 Tascona Rd. designer display bungalow.

A total of six StreetSide Royalwood homes opened their doors wide for exclusive tours with a complimentary hot dog cart from Smoke’n Bob’s, dessert bar and cotton candy, lemonade stand, caricature artist, and a scavenger hunt and prizes from Ikea and Toys R Us.

Jennifer David, 99.1 Fresh FM radio morning show host, broadcasted live from the site. Dream Lottery 4 Kids was on location selling tickets, and lemonade stand donations were in support of Habitat for Humanity Manitoba.

"We estimate between 100 and 125 people joined us to celebrate", says Myles Viklund of Rancho Realty Services (Manitoba) Ltd., one of three StreetSide realtors selling the homes.  

"Each home had something different and fun to enjoy. The community response was just tremendous. We definitely count this event as a success".

Jessica Willis, sales & marketing manager for StreetSide, shared the afternoon’s excitement.

"It was a great turn out and we had a blast getting to hang out with current and future neighbours of Royalwood".

Homes by StreetSide is a limited collection of 22 single-family bungalow and two-storey homes. The Royalwood homes range in size from 1,400 to 2,000 square feet.

Miss the opportunity to tour the homes? The 87 Tascona Rd. display suite remains available for viewing as part of the annual Fall Parade of Homes that runs until Oct. 6. The home is open Monday through Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6 p.m.

For more information on StreetSide’s bungalow and two-storey homes, and to become a StreetSide Insider and receive invitations to special events, visit homesbystreetside.com, or call Myles Viklund at 204-793-1000

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