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Convenience never looked this good.
Avenue One’s stunning 17-storey curved tower makes a bold architectural contribution to one of Vancouver’s most sought-after neighbourhoods—Southeast False Creek—and it’s a perfect match.Southeast False Creek is one of the last undeveloped neighbourhoods in the downtown core, and city planners and developers have ensured this area accommodates twenty-first century lifestyles, with the kind of easy access to rapid transit and walkability that make owning car redundant. Lucky homeowners at Avenue One won’t need to venture far for daily needs, with so many amenities at their doorstep. From Urban Fare, to London Drugs, to BC Liquor, to a vibrant dining and bar scene, it’s all right here.When other neighbourhoods across the Lower Mainland beckon, though, they’re just an easy, breezy SkyTrain ride away, due to Avenue One’s proximity to Olympic Village Station, which is on the Canada Line, to Main Street Station, which is on the Expo and Millennium Lines.Unobstructed views—of Vancouver’s spectacular waterfront, the North Shore Mountains, and of the city skyline—abound in this location. One-bedroom homes havefloor-to-ceiling balconette doors that welcome these vistas—and plenty of natural light—inside. Two bedrooms have alfresco sliding doors that extend the living space outdoors to balconies featuring decorative radiant ceiling heaters and solar shades, so that it’s always patio season.
“I call Vancouver the Banana Belt of Canada,” jokes Grant Murray, Senior Vice President of Sales at Concord Pacific. “A selection of one bedroom homes also feature a flex wall, so that homeowners have the option of opening the living area to include the bedroom, too.”
One- and two-bedroom homes are still available at Avenue One, so first-time homebuyers, downsizers, and everybody in between can appreciate the Avenue One lifestyle, where no detail has been has spared on finishes or amenities. Wood-grain-laminate imparts a refined look to cabinetry, for example, and well-thought out closet and drawer organizers keep everything in its place.Avenue One’s indoor-outdoor party lounge equipped with a barbecue and a seating area is ideal for hosting large gatherings. Of course, there’s also a state-of-the art fitness centre, and Avenue One features a podium-level private garden with a children’s play area and an off-leash dog park, so kids and pets are sure to enjoy their homes as much as their adult counterparts.
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