Earl puts you at the heart of East Van’s emerging centre

Date
14.09.2023
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Earl puts you at the heart of East Van’s emerging centre

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Norquay Village, a beloved East Vancouver neighbourhood has achieved the enviable distinction of being home to a fabulous array of established services and amenities, and a 15-minute drive to everything Vancouver has to offer. Whether it’s Downtown, Metrotown, YVR or the North Shore, Norquay Village is minutes from it all. The area’s enviable location at the centre of it all – along with significant approved plans by the City of Vancouver to add more parks, plazas and housing – has meant the area is undergoing a significant resurgence, while still retaining its eclectic vibe.

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Tucked just off Kingsway adjacent to Norquay Village’s quiet and leafy residential streets, Chard Development is now offering East Van enthusiasts an opportunity to buy at Earl. A collection of 131 one- and two-bedroom condos and three-bedroom townhomes, Earl is made up of two smartly designed low-rise structures surrounding a central, open-air courtyard.

“Homes at Earl will be available for purchase this month, and now is the time to buy,” says Mimi Chau, sales manager at Rennie, adding Earl is very competitively priced. “On top of a limited time 10% down offer, Chard is also offering buyers a $10,000 credit towards a one-bedroom condo, $20,000 for a two-bedroom condo and $30,000 credit on a townhome upon completion.”

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While it may be the central location and emerging Kingsway corridor that draws buyers to Earl initially, it’s the smart interior features that make them fall in love. Each residence offers wide plank, wood look luxury vinyl flooring and state-of-the-art heating and cooling systems. Carefully curated by BYU Design, kitchens boast fully integrated Fulgor Milano appliances, including a panel front fridge and dishwasher, stainless steel wall oven and microwave, and induction cooktop. The countertops and backsplash are solid quartz with waterfall edges on islands. Feature wood accent shelving complements matte lacquer-look cabinetry with modern black pulls.

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Bathrooms are made eminently functional thanks to custom-built millwork medicine cabinets and full-height wall tile that extends beyond tubs and showers to create a clean, wet wall behind toilets and vanities. It’s a sophisticated – and practical – feature that elevates all homes at Earl.

The large central courtyard acts as a backyard for all residents, but all homes at Earl also feature a private balcony, patio and/or rooftop or ground-level terrace. Homeowners also have access to a stunning common rooftop terrace, complete with an outdoor kitchen, al fresco dining areas, lounge spaces, urban agriculture plots and a children’s play area. Earl has also thought about our beloved four-legged pets with a dog wash bay.

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Need a quiet space to work or a generous space to entertain? Earl will offer a ground-floor co-working/meeting room, and an amenity lounge with kitchen, dining and entertainment space that connects to the courtyard terrace. For your peace of mind, Earl will outfit both buildings with encrypted security key fob building access system and restricted floor access, as well as storage lockers and secured bike storage.

Earl comes to you from Chard Development, a BC-based developer with 30 years of experience building communities in Vancouver and Victoria.

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Earl’s Presentation Centre and Display Home, located at 2700 Kingsway in Vancouver, is open daily (except Fridays), from noon to 5 p.m. Starting at $619,900, Earl’s one- and two-bedroom homes range from 510 to 1,055 square feet. Ground-oriented three-bedroom townhomes feature courtyard patios and range from 1,369 to 1,417 square feet. Upper three-bedroom townhomes feature private mountain view rooftop terraces and range from 1,473 to 1,520 square feet.

For more information, visit LiveLikeEarl.com or email [email protected]. Completion is set for early 2026.

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