A Whole New World
Back in March who would have imagined that December would be a record month for the number of properties sold in that month. The analysis and questions of how this could happen during such a global crisis will be a topic for many conversations, and while record low interest rates...
New property listed in Cambie, Vancouver West
We have listed a new property at UNIT 3- 6 17TH AVE W in Vancouver
This is the reinvention of a turn-of-the-century industrial building that will remain inextricably linked to Mount Pleasant and its classical Vancouver roots and aesthetic. Contemporary and efficient living, designed for the modern family. Progressive meets heritage in these sleekly crafted and thoughtfully created homes. The building’s open and expansive spaces, high ceilings, and vast casement style windows harken back to the lofts and offices that were inhabited by generations of industrial businesses, starting with Turners Dairy. Now, a new generation of urban dwellers will create their own stories within these spaces. Book your Virtual Realty Tour Today!
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