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An iconic neighbourhood will soon be home to Park W29 - a sophisticated collection of townhomes

By Michelle Hopkins Mar 8, 2021

Westside Vancouver townhomes have been among some of the city's most sought-after real estate. Even more desirable is a West Coast contemporary community of sophisticated townhomes on West 29th right across the street from Vancouver’s iconic Queen Elizabeth Park. 

Park W29 - Dining Room

 

This quiet, peaceful Westside street will lead you to this enclave of luxury townhomes designed by Gateway Architecture.  Nestled in one of the city’s most historic neighbourhoods is where Redekop Kroeker Development introduces Park W29 - a collection of 30 three-bedroom townhomes, ranging from 1,195 to 1,564 square feet of beautifully appointed living. 

“We are the first project to reach the market under phase three of the Cambie Corridor Plan,” says Matthew Lee, partner and director of sales, Macdonald Platinum Marketing. “We just starting selling and sales have been brisk. Our buyers are gravitating towards its location being west of Cambie on a quiet, calm street and the fact that we are offering three bedroom homes in a non-stacking format with no one living below you. Buyers also feel confident when they drive by our site (531 West 29th Avenue) and see that we are already under construction.” 

Park W29 - Bedroom

 

Designed by The Creative DesignWorks, these elegant three and four level residences offer a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary architecture with wide plank engineered oak hardwood floors throughout the main level, nine-foot ceilings on the main, quartz countertops and oversized ceramic floor tiles in the bathrooms, air conditioning and underground parking stalls.

Each bright and airy Euro-inspired kitchen flood with light from its garden-view windows, while quartz countertops, island, and integrated Bosch gas stove, Blomberg integrated fridge and dishwasher make for sleek modern aesthetic.

Park W29 - Kitchen

 

From seascapes to skylines, from the rooftop patio or terrace of some residences at Park W29, they will deliver sweeping views of the North Shore Mountains, the city skyline and Queen Elizabeth Park, home to a collection of public art in addition to its stunning greenery.

This coveted neighbourhood is blessed with hip restaurants, trendy shops in Oakridge Centre and the historic, beautifully renovated one-screen cinema, the Park Theatre. It is also home to Women’s and Children’s Hospital. In the summer, residents and baseball fans head to Nat Bailey Stadium to catch the Vancouver Canadians in action, Hillcrest Centre for a skate, or to the Douglas Park Community Centre for a friendly game of tennis and a great workout. 

Park W29 - Exterior

 

Ideally situated, Park W29 is in close proximity to major transit and SkyTrain hubs, and within walking distance to some of the West Side’s top-rated schools, including Eric Hamber Secondary, General Gordon Elementary, Sir Winston Churchill Secondary, as well as top tiered private schools such as York House, Little Flower Academy and Vancouver College.

Park W29 is yet another example of the exceptional quality that Redekop Kroeker Development has been well known for over six decades; it is the standard the company delivers in each of its projects and they guarantee it.  

With Queen Elizabeth Park across the street, it goes without saying that Park W29’s setting is peaceful. Designed to feel like a single family home, space at Park W29 extends to the garden plots, patios, rooftop terraces and to a beautifully landscaped community courtyard. 

Come and discover these stunning residences in this sought-after yet serene location. Park W29 prices start from $1,549,900 to under $2 million.  Park W29 Sales Centre with display suite, located at 5844 Cambie St., Vancouver, is open by appointment. (daily noon to 5 p.m. closed Thursdays). For more information or to register, call 604-326-8333, email [email protected] or visit www.parkw29.com. Completion summer 2022.

Michelle Hopkins
Michelle Hopkins is a Vancouver-based freelance writer with extensive magazine, newspaper and online writing experience in home décor, new home developments, culinary adventures, wine, travel and more. Michelle writes for many notable publications including Real Estate Weekly and other Glacier Media Group publications, Western Living Magazine, Vancouver Magazine, Home Décor & Renovations, to name just a few. Michelle is passionate about anything to do with real estate.
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