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La Mirage

1230 Comox Street


Vancouver West, V6E 1K7 VVWWE - West End VW

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La Mirage at 1230 Comox Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 1K6 - VAS1397. Built in 1984 with 26 units over 6 levels. Located in the West End area of Vancouver West, near the intersection of Comox Street and Bute Street. Building features include elevator access, in-suite laundry and extra storage.  Great location, close to restaurants, shopping, schools and entertaiment. Minutes from the West End Driving School, Lord Roberts Annex, VanWest College, Vancouver, Pacific Gateway International College, King George International College, Roberts Education Centre, Tamwood International College, Pattison High School, Canadian College of English Language, The Art Institute of Vancouver, Language Studies International, King George Secondary, Ashton College, GEOS Language Academy Vancouver and University Of British Columbia. Nearby restaurants include Cafe Luxy, La Belle Patate, Thida Thai Resturant, Hamburger Mary's Diner, All India Restaurant, Lolita's Restaurant, India Bistro, Stepho's Souvlaki Greek Taverna and Hon's Wonton House. Close to Nelson Park, Barclay Heritage Square, Sunset Beach Park, English Bay Beach Park, Discovery Square, Marina Square, May & Lorne Brown Park and Cardero Park. Easy access to Stanley Park, English Bay, Rogers Arena, Vancouver Public Library, Edgewater Casino, Vancouver Art Gallery, and many other attractions.

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La Mirage Technical Info

Building Name La Mirage
Address 1230 Comox Street
City Vancouver West
Neighborhood West End VW
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 6
Units in Development: 26
Units in Strata:26
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1984
Strata Website baysideproperty.com/
Management Bayside Property Services
  604.432.7774
  604.430.2698
 mail@baysidepropert..
On Site Manager Ernest Neumann
Eneumann@baysidepro
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan VAS1397
Strata Plan Log-in VAS1397
Title to Land Freehold Strata
Emporis La Mirage
  

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La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.
La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.
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La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.
La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.
La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.
La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.
La Mirage at 1230 Comox St.

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uly 2018 Housing Market Update

July sales are down 30% from July 2019.

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