|1||R2420782||907 1323 Homer Street||Inside Unit||1||1||743||$366||$679,900||N/A|
|2||R2413246||402 1323 Homer Street||Inside Unit||1||1||767||$360||$699,900||N/A|
|3||R2420513||B1401 1331 Homer Street||Corner Unit,||2||1||780||$364||$849,000||N/A|
|4||R2395639||A310 431 Pacific Street||Other||2||2||1,522||$769||$1,370,000||N/A|
|Listings Listed By: 1. eXp Realty 2. Rennie & Associates Realty Ltd. 3. New Power Realty Inc. 4. Oakwyn Realty Encore|
|Legend: BD - Bedroom, BA - Bathroom, Mnt - Maintenance Fee, $/sqft - Dollars per square foot.|
|MLS® Listings Summary Print view
Pacific Point - 1331 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 6A7, VAS2540 - located in Downtown area of Vancouver West, near the crossroads Homer Street and Pacific Street. Pacific Point is walking distance to George Wainborn Park, Roundhouse Community Center, Urban Fare, Elsie Roy Elementary School, Choices Market, Emery Barnes Park, Vancouver International Film Centre, Helmcken Park, Starbucks Coffee, Blenz Coffee, Pacific Cinematheque, Wall Centre, Language Studies International, Royal Bank, Scotia Bank, Spa and UBC Robson Square, Seawall, Quayside Marina at Concord Pacific Place, Scotiabank Dance Center, CSIL Canadian As A Second Language Institute, Spa Beauty+Welness Centre, Exhale Yoga Pilates & Dance Studios, Pacific Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Bambu The Salon, Dairy Queen, Blenz Coffee, Yaletown YYoga, 24-7 Fitness in Yaletown, Kostuik Gallery, Shoppers Drug Mart, BC Place and Contemporary Art Gallery. Restaurants in the neighbourhood are La Terazza, Games Big Fish, Earls, Yaletown Keg Steakhouse and Bar, Urban Thai Bistro, Hapa Izakaya, Cactus Club Cafe, George Lounge, Fresh Japanese Take out, Drew Cooks and much more. The bus stops near the complex and Yaletown-Roundhouse Skytrain Station is less than 5-minute walk from the complex. Pacific Point was built in 1990 with a concrete construction and mixed exterior finishing. This 16-level building has full rain screen. There are 163 units in development and in strata. The amenities include a bike room, an exercise centre, a garden, a guest suite, in-suite laundry, a billiard room, a library, beautiful courtyard with a fountain and secure underground parking. Most homes offer an open floor concept, laminate floors and storage lockers. Some homes feature a balcony, gourmet kitchens, crown moldings and granite countertops.
|Building Name||Pacific Point 2|
|Address||1331 Homer Street|
|Listing Price Range||N/A|
|Units in Development:||152|
|Units in Strata:||152|
|Property Types||Freehold Strata|
|Strata Plan Log-in||VAS2540|
|Title to Land||Freehold Strata|
|Emporis||Pacific Point 2|
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Signs of real estate innovation after Supreme Court decision opens housing data
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Regional startups like Fisherly are emerging as other boards change rules #LesTwarog
|2019/12/02||Mortgage Broker News|