b'R E J U V E N A T E D L I V I N GNamed for the mountain wildflower, The Arnica Lodge is sure to share its namesakes healing properties. For starters, Spring Creeks newest residential building is designed for environmental efficiency and healthy living. It will be located on the southern edge of The Beat, the heart of a mountain neighbourhood known for friendliness and vibrancy. The Arnica Lodge, will back on to bubbling Spring Creek, will share plenty of green space with Jack Pine Lodge and has 46 units (many with flexible dens perfect for a remote work lifestyle), a live-work space, a rooftop hot tub, a gym/fitness room, a recreational owners lounge and ideally, an on-site daycare. Like its neighbouring buildings on Spring Creek Drive, The Arnica is designed to stand four storeys highbut it will have a stepped-down three-storey arm to LIVINGmaximize mountain views. The penthouse suites will have double-high ceilings, made possible by four big cross gables that make The Arnica resemble an undulating mountain range, and all WELLsuites will have spa-inspired bathrooms and oversized designer kitchens. MEETS BUILDINGLike all Spring Creek buildings, The Arnica will meet standards defined by Built Green Canada, a voluntary organization of builders and developers that use sustainable materials and methods. WELLINThese range from the practical, such as high-efficiency boilers, triple-glazed windows, Energy Star appliances, Green Label Plus flooring, low-VOC paint and LED lighting, to the beautiful, like locally sourced and quarried stone on the exterior cladding and fireplaces. Each of the SPRING CREEKSbuildings homes will be fitted with Energy Recovery Ventilator systems, so that residents can NEWESTcustomize and manage their own air quality independently of the rest of the building. The completion of The Arnica Lodge will be a milestone for Spring Creek, and it embodies RESIDENCEeverything that has shaped this community: building sustainably, living well and welcoming everyone. Illustration is a representation only. Developer reserves the right to make changes.'