This 22-storey condominium tower of 134 homes launched in March, and they were quick to get snapped up. Buyers fell in love with the design-forward concept, the indoor-outdoor approach to living, and the superb location where Yaletown meets the Granville entertainment district. After 105 sales, we’re ready to break ground. The display centre has closed its doors, but you haven’t missed out; 29 homes remain, including studios and 1-bedrooms that make perfect pied-a-terre flats.
Having a pied-a-terre in downtown Vancouver means you’ll make the most of this ever-entertaining city. After work, you can stay in town to take in a concert, enjoy a play, or watch the game—and you won’t even have to think about battling traffic or bad road conditions to drive home later. Have that cocktail or extra glass of wine with dinner, and simply walk back to your home away from home. Film festivals, jazz festivals, fireworks, hockey—there’s always something going on. Beyond the convenience of having a bed of your own in the city, your pied-a-terre can be both a smart investment and a place for university-aged kids to live when they’re ready to leave the family nest.
These innovative, design-forward homes are attractivelypriced and in an unbeatable neighbourhood.
Clearly 999 Seymour has a lot going for it:
Although the Discovery Centre is now closed, 29 homes remain, starting at $327,400—and first-time buyers can purchase with 5% down. View floorplans at 999seymour.com, or contact Leo Wilk of TAC Realty, 604.879.9996, or email@example.com.