Avery 8 - 1520 Avery Avenue, Vancouver V6P 2Z8, 4 Storeys, 8 Unites, extimated completion in August 2014, crossingroads: Avery Avenue and Granville Street.
Avery 8 is a brand new south-north facing 4 storey apartment on the quiet residential street of W 70th Ave between Granville Street and SW Marine Drive in Marpole - Vancouver West's most exciting neighborhood. This contemporary cluster of 8 two bedroom units featurs functional layout with open kitchen, granite counter top with high end line of appliances.
Located in the most convenient community of Vancouver West Side, you can easily access to all facilities nearby. The 15 minutes to everything concept is emblazoned over the projects marketing materials, pointing out its proximity to Vancouver International Airport and Richmond, shopping at Oakridge Centre and on South Granville, entertainment downtown, and recreational opportunities at golf courses, equestrian clubs, and the parks and beaches of the citys westside.The catchment school is Kerrisdale Elementary & Magee Secondary School or French Immersion: Sir Winston Churchill Secondary.
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