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(February 20, 2017)












Alberni by Kuma

Vancouver’s West End will soon be getting a 43-story tower with 181 residential units featuring spacious balconies finished with wood. Alberni by Kuma, designed by internationally renowned architect Kuma, will be dressed in aluminum and glass in hopes of reflecting its west coast surroundings. The interior design will bring natural wood elements into the restaurants, shops and condos. Landscaping will be influenced by the elegant gardens of Japanese tradition. Located in the Robson Street shopping area, this home will bring you closer to the finest restaurants and ateliers, while sharing easy access to Vancouver’s favourite outdoor amenity, Stanley Park.




Syncro by Bold

With the renaissance of the Mount Pleasant area, there is no better time to be living on the edge of Dude Chilling Park. Within walking distance from Syncro by Bold, you can fill a growler with craft beer or fresh pressed juice, stuff yourself with handcrafted doughnuts, pasta or pizza, and pick up a stunning scarf to match your new sweater. All 29 units are a part of this premier collection of advanced homes that use technology to bring comfort right to your fingertips: control lighting, heating, t.v. and locks through your smart phone. Syncro also features an amazing communal rooftop garden space for larger dining parties. One and two bedroom units are available, starting at 532 sq ft with some units offering up to 1062 sq ft of living space.



Park West at Lions Gate

The northern shore is ready for this new master planned community that will bring two stunning towers and more than 250 residential units to North Vancouver. Conveniently located, Park West, will be one of the first developments in the pedestrian friendly neighbourhood. Residents will love the easy access to shops, restaurants and local parks, as well as, the Capilano River Valley and all of its recreational offerings. Pedal over the Lions Gate Bridge to get downtown or use your car for easy access to the North Shore mountains.