CBC – Alberta Economy Still The Best In Canada By Some Measures

Erin Collins’ article, written on July 22, 2016, sheds some light on why Calgary’s economy is still considered top-notch, despite tough times.

Anne Clarke-Davidson was interviewed to talk about the new riverfront condominium, The River, and how despite economic hardships, high-priced real estate was still selling.

“If it wasn't for the bad news, there wouldn't be much news at all when it comes to Alberta's economy these days.

Just this week TD Bank declared the province was in the midst of its longest, deepest, recession ever and, to be perfectly clear, it is.

Alberta has been sputtering since the price of oil began to plunge two years ago. The result has been a projected drop in GDP of 6.5 per cent since 2014…”



Calgary Herald – The River Sets Two New Sales Records For Luxury Condos

On July 18, 2016, Claire Young reported on the recent record-breaking sales for the luxury condominium The River.

Our agent, Anne Clarke-Davidson, was the director of sales for this fantastic Calgary development and was featured in the article.

“The River is setting records again in Calgary’s luxury condo market with two sales — one over $5 million, and the other almost $8.4 million.

The two sales mark new records for the highest sold price for condos sold in Calgary on the Multiple Listing Service over the past three years, Sotheby’s International Realty Canada announced Monday….”



Avenue Magazine – Hot At The Top: Calgary’s Luxury Condo Market

Jessica Barrett reported on August 24, 2018 about the new-to-Calgary luxury condominium The River. The article highlights how this new development could strengthen the Calgary real estate market.

Our agent, Anne Clarke-Davidson, was the director of sales for this project and interviewed was featured in the article.

“Anne Clarke-Davidson met me at the main lobby of The River in a bit of a hurry. I was late, and she had to leave for another appointment a few minutes later. But it was no worry for the realtor with Sotheby’s International Realty Canada whose whirlwind tour of the luxury condo building, completed in December 2015, reflected her intimate knowledge of the upscale development

Clarke-Davidson has worked on the project since 2011. She has had a front-row seat for its evolution from a single-family home and two small apartment buildings in Mission to a 38-unit luxury building overlooking the Elbow River where the average suite is between 2,700 and 3,000 square feet and sells for about $3.5 million. We took a quick peek at some of the building’s amenities...”



Daily Hive – A Look Inside: Riverfront Condo Selling For $3.7 Million In Calgary

On July 17, 2019, Michelle Morton shared the inside-scoop on a luxury Calgary condo. The article featured stunning photos from the inside and talked about it’s fabulous features.

Our agent, Anne Clarke-Davidson, was one of the listing agents on this project.

“You’ve heard it before: Good things come in small packages.

Well, it’s safe to say this condo is concrete proof of that.

This luxurious condo will make you feel like you’re in a castle with its beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains, Calgary’s downtown skyline, and the Elbow River Valley, as you stand in its large and bright space. It has a modern living area, with everything you need…”




Calgary Herald – Sotheby’s International Realty Canada Associates Dedicated To Charitable Support
Dive into this feature article, written by Elizabeth Chorney-Booth on Oct. 21, 2019, Anne’s philanthropic trip to Sierra Leone.

Anne Clarke-Davidson, now a Bloom Real Estate agent, works with Chaloner Children’s Charity to bring education to children in disadvantaged places. You can learn more about Anne’s charitable work and Chaloner Children’s Charity in the article below.

“Anne Clarke-Davidson, a Calgary agent, has volunteered and contributed to a number of causes over the years, she even helped start a new charity recently. Her current passion is trying to make life better for children struggling in developing countries.

‘I really feel like the world needs to be a more equitable place,” she says. “There are so many countries that are so poor and are lacking things that we take for granted in Canada, like education. And that has to change.’”


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