Qualex-Landmark’s Botanica is shaping a new era of sophistication in West Coquitlam

Date
12.09.2023
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Qualex-Landmark’s Botanica is shaping a new era of sophistication in West Coquitlam

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An established neighbourhood, West Coquitlam is emerging as an exciting and desirable neighbourhood with big-city amenities, great walkability, cultural diversity, fabulous shops and malls, as well as stunning parks, such as Oakdale Park, Mountain View Park, Burnaby Lake, and Mundy Lake.

Then, when you factor in refined homes with upscale finishes and ever-clubbier amenities, you’ve got Qualex-Landmark ‘s Botanica.

“In Botanica, we saw an opportunity to create a community, steps to the conveniences of the city, yet sufficiently removed to create the conditions for calm, respite, and growth that are so necessary in modern life,” says Cyrus Navabi, Qualex-Landmark President. “Botanica is the type of community where I would like to raise my young children. Nurturing and grounded, but also close to adventure and new experiences.”

Conceived by award-winning RWA Architecture, the West Coast style is taken to new heights with five eye-catching curved midrise wood-frame buildings featuring a finely crafted collection of 239 one to three-bedroom condos and townhomes, ranging from 555 to 1284 square feet, with ground-level private patios (some homes).

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Thoughtfully curated by award-winning BYU Design, each home takes advantage of natural light with spacious layouts for room to grow. Residences feature beautiful cabinetry, ample storage and a king-sized bedroom. Healthy living is evident throughout, with heating, a zoned cooling system, and a heat recovery ventilator (ERV) for fresh air circulation.

Master bathrooms will entice and delight you with a heated towel rack, soaker tub with hand shower, Quartz countertops and luxe fixtures.

You will love cooking in the gourmet kitchens, which present contemporary two-tone cabinetry, corner cabinet pull-out with storage system, Quartz countertops and backsplash, an island with lots of storage, and Italian crafted Bertazzoni integrated fridge, wall oven, induction cooktop and dishwasher.

But where Botanica really shines through is Qualex-Landmark’s dedication to fostering a true sense of community. To that end, 23 percent of the area features outdoor amenities meant for homeowners to gather and socialize. The courtyard, complete with sensory gardens, community garden plots, a lounge with a fire bowl and BBQ, and water features, creates multi-usage recreational spaces for residents to socialize, grow food, connect to nature and enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities.

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“A defining attribute of Botanica is its scale,” says Navabi. “Botanica offered a large canvas upon which homes and landscape could be arranged organically, around shared spaces for gathering and play.”

Then, there are the indoor private amenities, including a social lounge with kitchen, Co-working space, children’s playroom, private music room, fitness centre with yoga studio, bike repair and dog wash and more.

Health enthusiasts, Botanica is close to Burnaby Mountain hiking and biking trails and the new expansive YMCA. The homes are also within walking distance to the Burquitlam SkyTrain Station, a three-minute drive to Simon Fraser University Burnaby campus, and close to Lougheed Town Centre.

Locally owned, Qualex-Landmark is a highly respected developer with 30 years of unparalleled excellence in functionality, craftsmanship, and care in every community they bring to the market. Register now to get on the priority list at qualex.ca/Botanica or email [email protected]. The Botanica Presentation Centre is coming soon. Completion is set for late 2025.

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