Three Vancouver condo developments to check out now
We’ve narrowed down three new condo developments to watch in vibrant Vancouver neighbourhoods that offer the best of urban convenience. This is the second part of our series, with the focus being on North Shore condos in our last post, this time we look to what’s being built on the other side of the water. Gaining insider access to new developments is one of the many perks of working with the expert real estate team at VPG Realty.
Avenue One in Southeast False Creek
The Concord Pacific development in coveted Southeast False Creek has park and water views and offers spacious outdoor “living rooms” to maximize space and the spectacular vistas. Steps from the seawall, eateries and shopping, the development includes one- to three-bedroom condominiums and townhomes. This ideal urban setting is close to the water, sandwiched between hip Main Street and amenity-rich Cambie Street, and surrounded by plenty of green space.
Who’s likely to call Avenue One home?
Urban professionals and young families wanting to live in a convenient, vibrant city hub, surrounded by the water, seawall and plenty of park space.
The Smithe, located on the edge of Yaletown, by Boffo Developments. While it’s blocks from shopping, coffee shops and eateries, The Smith is tucked away in a quieter downtown location – yet it’s still close to every hip downtown ‘hood, along with the seawall and parks. The building includes two- and three-bedroom condos that start at 1,000 square feet – fairly spacious quarters for the downtown core.
Who’s likely to call The Smithe home?
Downsizers who don’t want to forgo too much space, and urban professionals who want to be in the heart of the city and within walking to distance to all of its offerings.
Henry Queen Elizabeth Park
Situated away from the action of downtown, Henry is within walking distance to Queen Elizabeth Park and the amenity-rich Cambie corridor. The 48 concrete residences at Henry, developed by Homei Properties, include a range of layouts, from studios to three-bedrooms, with sizes starting from 430 square feet up to 1,441 square feet. The walkable neighbourhood is close to transit, grocery shopping and optimal dining.
Who’s likely to call Henry home?
Downsizers who value luxury and want to stay in a livable, walkable neighbourhood, along with urban professionals who will appreciate convenience and proximity to transit and hip neighbourhood eateries.