Compass - Village on False Creek - 123 West 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 0E2, Strata Plan No. BCS3830, 8 levels, 59 units, built 2010, crossing roads: West 1st Avenue and Manitoba Street.
Perched at the edge of False Creek with stunning views of downtown Vancouver and Science World, Village on False Creek is a 7 city blocks, mixed use phased development with 16 residential buildings that includes Kayak, a 185 unit complex at 1633 Ontario Street, 77 Walter Hardwick Avenue, and 12 Athletes Way; Bridge, a 119 unit complex at 1616 Columbia Street and 150, 160, and 170 Athletes Way; Compass, a 63 unit condo project at 123 West First Avenue; Brook, a 129 unit condo project at 181 West 1st Avenue; Sails, a 114 unit condo project at 1661 Ontario Street; Shoreline, a 35 unit condo project at 1625 Manitoba Street; 70,000 square feet of commercial space with future Aquabus Station, children's play areas, Creekside Community Recreation Center, and a dynamic Euro-style urban plaza including the restored red Salt Building.
Designed by Canada's renowned Arthur Erickson, in collaboration with Nick Milkovich Architects, Gomberoff Bell Lyon Architects, Lawerence Doyle Young + Wright Architects, Merrick Architecture and Walter Francl Architect Inc., this waterfront community showcases contemporary architecture marked by the steel facade, water features, professionally landscaped gardens with custom light fixture. Village on False Creek is LEED certified, and includes Eggersmann of Germany cabinetry, FSC certified solid hardwood floors, Eco-wool carpeting, composite stone countertops, sleek stainless steel appliances, and natural limestone bathrooms. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows bring in natural light and large balconies provide extra space for outdoor living.
Residents at Village on False Creek have exclusive acess to the Gold Medical Club - a spectacular 6,500 square foot private clubhouse which includes indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room and change rooms, fitness center, Co-op car sharing program, and hrybrid car-charging facility and great room lounges offered in each residential building. Also, residents can enjoy the Creekside Community Recreation Centre and its 18,000- square-feet acilities.
Village on False Creek is adjacent to Science World, across from Vancouver Seawall and the new Canada Line Olympic Village station, blocks away from Creekside Park, Main Street, and Chinatown, and within minutes drive away to downtown Vancouver, Yaletown, Granville Island, and English Bay. And with three skytrain stations, Vancouver International Airport, Richmond, and Burnaby are just minutes away.