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Asento Okanagan

154 Brunswick Street


Penticton, V2A 5P7 PENOK - Okanagan

Official Website: www.asento.ca
  • Levels: 6
  • Suites: 30
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2024
  • Building Type: Strata Condos
  • Bldg#: 16452

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Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St, Penticton, BC V2A 5P7, Canada. Asento Okanagan is a new condo development by Alinea. Located at Brunswick Street & Churchill Avenue in the breathing taking neighbourhood of Okanagan. Consist of a 6-storey residential building is constructed over one level of parking for 39 vehicles. With floor plans ranging from 1-bedroom suites to 3-bedroom penthouses, the scheduled completion is in summer 2024; these 30 resort-inspired residences feature large, sheltered balconies on which to enjoy the Okanagans legendary sunshine, starting your day with a relaxed continental breakfast to enjoying the sunset with a bottle of local wine.  For larger get-togethers, Asento offers residents shared use of a common room with an adjoining patio.  Just a short walk from Okanagan Lake Beach, soak in the sunshine on its soft sands or take to the fresh sparking water for a refreshing swim or an invigorating paddle. Youre also steps to Downtowns cafes, craft breweries, and restaurants when you prefer to go out and socialize.

Official Website: www.asento.ca
Phone: 604-388-5557
Email: info@asento.ca
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Condos
 

Asento Okanagan Technical Info

Building Name Asento Okanagan
Address 154 Brunswick Street
City Penticton
Neighborhood Okanagan
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 6
Units in Development: 30
Units in Strata: 30
Sub Categories:Strata Condos
Year Built 2024
Developer Alinea
Designer Sage Interior Design
Official Website www.asento.ca
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Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea
Asento Okanagan - 154 Brunswick St - By Alinea

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