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Experience Luxury at Sun Towers

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REW.ca
April 21, 2017






Sun Towers Building

Spectacular views, luxurious homes and a private residence club to rival a five-star hotel, welcome to Sun Towers. Unlike anything you’ve seen in Burnaby before, Belford Properties presents a 41-storey tower, the final tower in the Golden Row – one of five cosmopolitan condominium towers, which will rise along Beresford Street in Metrotown.  

Sun Towers Building 2

“Location is king and Sun Towers' signature location on Beresford Street is hard to beat,” says Matt Pesklewis, project director at Key Marketing. “Convenient transit access is so desirable, and you can’t get better access than here, we’re only 40 meters from Metrotown Skytrain station.”

Great location doesn’t just mean transit access. “Metrotown is a vibrant urban hub at the centre of Metro Vancouver.” adds Pesklewis. “There’s a great energy here, good shopping, wonderful dining, fantastic parks; it’s got it all.”

Set to become a landmark high rise, Sun Towers promises to elevate sophistication and elegance to a whole new level. Designed by the award-winning IBI Architects, the minute you walk into Sun Towers' two-storey lobby, with dedicated concierge, you feel as though you are in a sophisticated hotel.

Sun Towers Lobby

This unique selection of thoughtfully-designed homes, comprising of one, two and three bedroom residences, are walking distance to parks, trails and recreation while also providing immediate accessibility and convenience to the province’s largest shopping centre.

Adjacent the BC Parkway, a walking, cycling path that connects New Westminster to Vancouver, Sun Towers is an exclusive collection of 285 residences ranges in size from 518 to 1,048 square feet, as well as a mix of office and retail space, including a restaurant and daycare facility.

The homes are designed with an obsession for detail and timeless quality, featuring an elegant mix of natural materials. The spaces feel open and bright, yet comfortable and warm. For your comfort, each home is equipped with in-home heating and air conditioning.

The sleek gourmet kitchens are equipped with high performance German-made Bosch appliances, which are seamlessly integrated into the custom designed German Nobilia cabinetry. Quartz countertops and full marble slab marble backsplash adding a truly sophisticated aesthetic.

The hotel-style bathrooms feature oversized floor and wall tiles in a timeless Carrera marble design and a floating Nobilia vanity to complement the sleek faucets and spa-inspired feel.

Sun Towers Gym

The fitness centre is part of the Solaris Club - a complimentary private club for owners, spread over three floors offering an incredible mix of amenity, including a 60-foot swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub, badminton court. The second-floor fitness centre comes complete with top-of-the-line weight-lifting and cardio equipment, wellness room for yoga, meditation and dance, indoor golf room with multi-course simulator, and a members’ Lounge with TV, games and kitchen with dining room.

Sun Towers Pool

Then there’s the Sky Garden, an incredible 6,700 square foot outdoor rooftop space with a child’s play area, outdoor BBQ and dining area, ping-pong, fire pit with surround lounge seating, hammocks and a sculpture garden - this is a true oasis in the sky.

Sun Towers Patio

Belford Properties is one of the province’s premier home builders, and Sun Towers represents the final piece in The Golden Row, five cosmopolitan condominium towers located side by side along Beresford St. Sun Towers will once again elevate the benchmark for luxury condominium living in Burnaby.

For more information or to pre-register, call 604-336-0899 or email at info@suntowersmetrotown.com or visit www.suntowersmetrotown.com.  Sales begin later this month.


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