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The Q - 124 W 1 Street, North Vancouver, V7M 3N3. Strata No: LMS4443, 13 levels, 75 units, built 2001. Located in Lower Lonsdale at the crossroads of W 1 Street and Lonsdale Avenue. This 75 unit building was built by Seagate Properties. Centrally located owner occupied building is a concrete and glass tower that rises up into the sky with spectacular views, large patios and spacious floor plans. The Q building provides secure fob keyless entry as well as underground gated parking. With large sundecks, patios and wrap around decks, the Q is definitely a choice high-rise tower. Fantastic location and many units have ocean and city views. Just a block off of all the trendy Lonsdale shopping, fine restaurants, coffee shops and the Esplanade movie theatre, in addition to groceries, banks and much more. John Brathwaite Community Centre is also just one block away.
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