New homes in Vancouver’s Strathcona neighbourhood are very rare.
A joint venture between local developers, fabric living and Hudson Projects, is addressing that. Welcome to Assembly, a brand-new collection of 40 contemporary courtyard townhomes and condos in a five-storey mixed-use low rise, designed by award-winning architectural firm Ekistics.
“The name itself, Assembly, symbolizes a place where living and working can co-exist,” says
David Zigelman, Principal at Framework Real Estate Group. “Strathcona has been very undersupplied in new homes and Assembly is a welcomed addition for young urbans and families who want to live in this authentic neighbourhood.”
Conceived by award-winning interior design firm, Ste. Marie, each main floor welcomes in natural light through expansive windows and operable skylights, which allows for breezy cross- ventilation year-round.
Bauhaus-inspired, these functional homes feature engineered wide plank flooring throughout, Air Conditioning, heating for year-round climate control, Zen-inspired bathrooms, oversized ceilings and generous flex spaces.
The gourmet kitchen will motivate aspiring chefs and culinary masters alike; each outfitted with premium Italian stainless steel appliances, including an integrated refrigerator, Fulgor gas cooktop, European designed cabinetry and gleaming countertops with matching backsplash.
No matter which floorplan you choose, all homes at Assembly come with either large terraces or spacious rooftop patios that provide unobstructed views of the city and the North Shore Mountains. These private, outdoor spaces are perfect for entertaining family and friends in grand style.
“We have allocated a lot of outdoor space, including a second floor beautifully landscaped private courtyard for residents to connect with neighbours,” says Zigelman. “Assembly will also have a fully equipped gym, which is extremely rare for a development of this size.”
In addition, Assembly’s ground floor level mews will house Ola Volo art works as well as 11 independent merchants, like a bakery/café, artist studio, with the goal of engaging the community as a whole.
Connectivity has never been easier. Nestled on a quiet, tree-lined street, Assembly is right across the street from Admiral Seymour Elementary School, on the Union Street Bike Route, and steps away to more than 50 local merchants, cafes and restaurants in Strathcona. Let’s not forget, Assembly is close to downtown – just a 10-minute bike ride away.
Fabric living and Hudson Projects worked closely with a team of local creatives, including Ste. Marie Design and Ekistics Architecture, to ensure their mission for Assembly - to stay authentic to Strathcona by embracing its industrial roots and east side creativity.
“These developers are known for unapparelled attention to detail, by going above and beyond to design homes for the end user,” Zigelman says.
Assembly’s location, charm, and walkability to shopping, fresh markets, cafes, breweries and schools, makes it desirable. Condos starting from the mid $600,000, and townhomes starting from the low $1M - your new home in Vancouver’s oldest residential neighbourhood awaits. Coming this Spring, the Assembly Strathcona Sales Centre, located at 1102 East Georgia St., Vancouver, is open by appointment only. To register, call 604-336-5838, email [email protected] or visit www.assemblystrathcona.com. Completion slated for Fall/Winter 2023.