At the crossroads of Nelson and Seymour, positioned between Yaletown and the Granville Entertainment District, is our newest downtown Vancouver residential project. 999 Seymour isn’t just an address. It’s a state of being in an energetic, urban environment. And, it’s coming early in 2012.
Downtown living in Vancouver appeals to many for a variety of reasons – whether it’s for the energy of Granville Street, the quiet contemplation of public galleries like the Vancouver Art Gallery, or just to be close to work.
999 Seymour is, in a way, a metaphor for that diversity. Not only is it located within reach of the great selection of things to do, it will have a range of homes to appeal to first-time buyers, move up buyers and investors.
Walking out the door of 999 Seymour will offer a host of choices and decisions. Going west a block will land you on Granville Street. Legendary entertainment venues such as The Commodore Ballroom and The Vogue Theatre are there. Catch acts as diverse a Diana Krall, Devo and Ziggy Marley.
The Orpheum Theatre – home to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is just a block north of 999 Seymour. There, you can see the National Ballet one night and Ray LaMontagne another. And, less than a block east is the Contemporary Art Gallery where there’s almost always something interesting to see. It’s Vancouver’s only free public gallery.
Not only is 999 Seymour the epicentre of a cultural mecca, it’s close to some of Vancouver’s best restaurants and shopping. Within blocks are Cibo Trattoria, Uva Wine Bar, and Sanafir. Or venture into Yaletown for a great range of tastes. Blue Water Café, Cioppino’s, Glowbal, and The New Oxford are a few of the favourites.
If staying in is more your style, there’s a Nesters Food Market right across the street from 999 Seymour. And there are other choices. IGA Marketplace, Choices and Urban Fare all have stores close by.