Wanson Group’s introduces Portico - a unique low rise in sought-after West Coquitlam

Date
15.02.2024
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Wanson Group’s introduces Portico - a unique low rise in sought-after West Coquitlam

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If you are searching for the perfect combination of parkside living and big city amenities in the coveted West Coquitlam neighbourhood, look no further. Welcome to Wanson Group’s Portico, a truly unique low-rise project.

Nestled along a quiet street, across from a new park, the six-storey wood-framed building will feature 145 homes including one, two and three-bedroom condos, ranging from 561 up to 998 square feet of thoughtfully designed spaces. Conceived by Ciccozzi Architecture, Portico embodies the West Coast lifestyle with modern features.

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“What makes Portico an exceptional choice is the level of detail and thoughtful design incorporated in every home, allowing you to create a space that is unique to you and your family,” says Ashkan Hamedani, marketing manager MLA Canada. Wanson Group has crafted these homes with versatility, comfort and above all, true value for future homeowners.”

Curated by Portico Design Group, each open-concept home bathes in natural light with 10-foot ceilings and generous-sized windows showcasing modern roller shades, as well as durable wide-plank laminate flooring throughout the living area.

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There are so many firsts here. Portico is also the only development in Coquitlam to offer retractable balcony enclosures, creating extra indoor space when closed for more liveability you’ll enjoy all year round. 10’ ceilings in all homes is another first for a wood-frame development in the area. This particular feature enhances every room and it must be experienced to appreciate. Visiting the Portico Display home will do just that.

At Portico you can personalize your home to make it uniquely yours with custom home enhancements, like custom millwork cabinetry in the den as an office or storage room or integrated kitchen appliances. Then, there is the retractable dining table which tucks in under the island for more seating for family or friends gatherings.

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The gourmet kitchens will inspire the most novice of chefs to cook, with a stainless-steel KitchenAid appliance package, two-toned cabinetry with wood-laminate lowers, engineered stone countertops, large format porcelain backsplash, satin black Gerber faucet, and built-in spice racks in select homes.

Each ensuite bathroom boasts an engineered stone countertop backsplash on a floating vanity, eye-catching porcelain tile flooring and walls, a semi-frameless glass shower with a recessed shower niche, and a decorative mirrored medicine cabinet.

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Gather or meet new friends in the landscaped courtyard with lounge seating surrounding a warm, inviting firepit, a barbecue and a children’s play area. Or head inside to the fully equipped gym or book the inviting indoor lounge for your next meeting or special event.

Portico is close to Burnaby Mountain hiking and biking trails and the new expansive Bettie Allard YMCA which is only a 15-minute walk. This prime location offers quick and convenient access to major routes and transit, including a 10-minute walk to the Burquitlam SkyTrain Station, a short drive to Simon Fraser University Burnaby campus, and close to Lougheed Town Centre.

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Portico comes to you from an established developer with nearly three decades of excellence in all facets of the construction industry and customer satisfaction. At Wanson Group, it isn’t just about building top-quality homes, it all comes down to happy homeowners enjoying every moment they spend in their new home and knowing their long-term investment is built to last.

Register your interest now as previews commence next month. The Portico Sales Gallery and display home is located at the Burquitlam Plaza: #104 – 552 Clarke Road. Register now at https://lifeatportico.ca/. Completion Spring 2026.

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