Western Living Magazine
East Van Escape
Kitchen Infinity Atelier
Design Crush: A Sustainable, Stylish New HQ for Pyrrha in Vancouver
Recipe: The Perfect Blueberry Scones for Springtime
The Only Irish Coffee Recipe You’ll Ever Need
Protected: Recipe: The Ultimate Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies
I Had the Best Nap of My Life in an Anti-Gravity Pod
Editors’ Picks: The Best Trips We Took in 2022
Victoria Might Just Be the Perfect Pre-New Year’s Getaway
Trending Now: The Best New Furniture and Homewares for Spring
Sleep Tight, Whatever Your Size: This Mattress Company Embraces All Body Types
The Future of Beauty: How One Medical Aesthetics Clinic is Changing the Game
Designers of the Year 2023: Meet the Architecture Judges
What It’s Like to Win a Designers of the Year Award
Submissions Now Open! Enter Western Living’s 2023 Designers of the Year Awards
The Heights on Austin brings high style and functionality to a Coquitlam neighbourhood.
On any given day, walk out of your new home and be surrounded by the energy of small businesses and thriving local entrepreneurs, enjoying the local fare of shops, services, restaurants and more. It’s what to expect as a resident of The Heights on Austin by Beedie Living, a mixed-use environment in one of Coquitlam’s most established and family-friendly enclaves.
Currently in development,two landmark 25-storey one-, two- and three-bedroom condos will bookend one of the region’s largest Safeway locations, boastingover 65,000-square-feet, with 15,000-square-feet of additional retail andoffice amenities, all in the commercial core of Austin Heights, an urbansuburbia poised for revitalization.
Views are a real head-turner from multiplevantage points. You’ll soak in 360-degree sweeping panoramas of Mount Baker,the Fraser River, Burnaby’s skyline, Vancouver and the West Coast mountains. Ahealthy stock of mature single-family homes and low-rise apartments retain theneighbourhood’s character, ensuring your unobstructed views will be preserved.
Designed by ChrisDikeakos Architects, the towers offer a family-friendly mix of 356 homes total, including 12 non-market in partnership with VancouverResource Society. Interiors are graced with the vision ofaward-winning BYU Design and include luxurious kitchens with anintegrated Fisher and Paykel appliance.
The area’s highquality of life appeals to new families, urban professionals and downsizingempty-nesters. “The one-bedrooms will be attractive tofirst-time home buyers and young professional couples who are looking forconvenience and affordability, living above a retail hub and being just a shortfive-minute drive from any of three neighbouring Skytrain stations,”says Houtan Rafii, executive vice president, residential development of BeedieLiving.
“Our two-bedroom homes are well-positioned with a southern viewoverlooking the Fraser and city views, which are perfectly suited to adownsizer who doesn’t want to compromise on sophistication or quality; whileour three-bedroom apartments and townhomes are efficient, optimal for upsizingyoung families and executive couples.”
You will have plenty ofoptions for spending quality time with family and friends utilizing the morethan 25,000-square-feet of amenity space between the two towers. Creatememories and Instagram-able moments mingling and entertaining. Think harvest dining table, BBQ, wet bar and social lounge with fireplace.Test your bocce skills on the landscaped terrace, or just relax while the kidskeep occupied in a play area.
Indoors, a fully-equipped entertainment loungeoffers incredible entertaining possibilities with a dining room and sports bar,while a guest suite allows residents to entertain out-of-town friends andfamily in style. Concierge services elevate the luxury lifestyle quotient, witha secure package room and more. You’ll keep your health and wellness goals incheck with an air-conditioned state of the art fitness centre. It’s easy tostay active in the neighbourhood too! Abundant green space and leisureamenities are easily accessible: the Vancouver Golf Club, four-time host of theLPGA Tour; Blue Mountain Park, with tennis, ball diamond and spray park; ComoLake, offering a fenced-in playground, lakeside loop trail, and rainbow troutfor urban anglers; and Poirier Sports and Leisure Complex, with fitnessclasses, pools and skating rink.
Known for itswalkability, the revitalization plan for the Ridgeway Avenue pedestrianboulevardadjacent to the development’s site between Marmont andNelsonwill encourage even more interaction, with opportunitiesfor residents to grab a coffee, walk the dog, shop and stroll or just sit andlinger.
As a further benefit, the development’sunrivalled location puts you in the centre of connectivity. You’ll welcome theproximity to transit that carries you to Lougheed Town Centre, a SkyTrain hubthat links the Expo Line and Millennium Line and the new Evergreen Extension.Enjoy direct access and an easy five-minute drive to Lougheed Highway orHighway 1, the main arteries out of Coquitlam.
“When it comes to truly having all themodern conveniences, everything is right at your doorstep,” says Rafii.”You’re easily connected to Vancouver, while being part of an intimateneighbourhood.”
Presentation centre now open for previews at 1032 Austin Avenue,Coquitlam. Visit firstname.lastname@example.org orcall 604-492-2882.
Are you over 18 years of age?