The Terraces South
The Terraces South is located in the Calgary's southwest community of Patterson Heights. Patterson Heights is one of the city's most geographically unique areas featuring rolling hills, bubbling waterfalls and sloped ravines. Patterson Heights was first developed in the 1980s. The community's broad range of homes—including terraces, apartments, houses, townhoses and condominiums—are patterned after the colorful houses of San Francisco.
There are two landmarks in Patterson Heights. The first is the CFCN tower, which led to the area being known as Broadcast Hill. There is also a historic brick house in the area that was the home of the Crandel family, who owned the first brick factory in Alberta. The factory was near the Brickburn Railway Station in present day Edworthy Park. Edward Crandel was also an Alderman. The Crandel house was later purchased by the Patterson family, for whom the community is named. Years later the home was sold again to the Hart family, a name everyone in the city is familiar with due to their legacy in the world of wrestling (Stampede Wrestling was originally established by Stu Hart in 1948).
The Terraces South is an oasis for residents who love to walk, bike and cross‑country ski. Located only 11 km from downtown, it's also minutes away from high‑end dining and shopping, and numerous private and public schools. The perfect setting for everyone from professionals, young families and empty nesters alike.
We envision a community of neighbors working together to achieve a higher quality of life and increasing property values. We envision a neighborhood that is considered by residents and non‑residents alike to be a desirable place in which to live and enjoy the benefits of family, friends and community.
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood through management of common areas, enforcement of rules and covenants, support of initiatives that strengthen bonds among residents, and investment in capital improvements that benefit the greater good.
In fulfilling our mission and achieving our vision we value honesty, fairness, firmness, equity, common sense, participation, respect, cooperation, and neighborliness in all our actions.