Since 2016, Kelowna's population has jumped by nearly 14% (according to the 2021 census) creating a population of over 235,000. As our official city plan grows to include more density, neighbourhoods are noticeably developing, including:
This has been a growing area for businesses and the revitalization project has drawn more homeowners and investors. One of the last stops before heading up to Big White on HWY 33.
From restaurants, green parks and close proximity to UBCO, these are just a few of the reasons Glenmore's housing options have expanded from single family homes to townhomes and apartments.
Being close to the Okanagan Lake is a major appeal to being in the flats of Kelowna. So are convenient amenities, shopping, access to recreation sports and schools!
One of the newer neighbourhoods of Kelowna, the sporty and outdoorsy community has multiple sport fields and amenities for comfortable living.