SOHO - 16330 24 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3S 0E1, Canada. Crossroads are 24 Avenue and 163 Street. A collection of 107, 4-storey transitional contemporary townhomes designed to suit modern living. Estimated completion in 2017. This collection of unique townhomes features shopping right at your doorstep and gorgeous rooftop patios that give you a breathtaking new view of South Surrey. Ranging from 1449 SqFt to 2034 SqFt. Developed by Zenterra.
Nearby parks include Jessie Lee Park, Darts Hill Garden Park and Fergus Watershed Park. Schools nearby are Southridge School, Sunnyside Elementary School and Pacific Heights Elementary. Grocery stores/supermarkets nearby are Best Market, Thrifty Foods and Safeway. Walking distance to Walmart Surrey South Supercentre and Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre. Short drive to shopping, restaurants, coffee shops and other establishments.
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||16330 24 Ave
||South Surrey White Rock
||Sunnyside Park Surrey
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|Units in Development: ||107|
|Units in Strata:||107|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Townhouses
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16330 24 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 0E1, Canada Exterior
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16330 24 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 0E1, Canada Rooftop Patio
16330 24 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 0E1, Canada Interior
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REBGV Housing Market Update For August 2019
REBGV Housing Market Update For July 2019
Home sales in July was up 23% over June. Listings remained level with June.
BCREA Housing Market Update (August 2019)
BC home sales in July up 12%. Active listings in July were up 12%
BCREA Housing Market Update (July 2019)
Home sales declined 6% in June compared to May. Listings were up 19%.
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June 2018 Housing Market Update
Sales in June were down 38% from last year. Listings are the highest since June 2016.
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Commercial sales in the Lower Mainland slower than last year
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reported 407 commercial sales in Q2 2019 compared to the 604 sales of a year earlier, a 32.6% decrease year-over-year.
The Lower Mainland saw a slide in commercial real estate sales in Q2 #LesTwarog
Liberals if voted in will raise first time home buyers program mtg amount from $480K to $780K + add a 1% nation wide speculation tax
Justin Trudeau announced his Liberal Party would expand the First-Time Home Buyer Incentive if elected—as well as implement a non-resident speculation tax nationwide—but it begs the question, why now?
‘If you don’t vote for us, there’s nothing to help you.’ #LesTwarog
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Ebb & Flow 109 homes at Lions Gate Village 1944 Fullerton Avenue North Vancouver by Woodbridge Homes and Citimark
Easy access to nature has always been one of Metro Vancouver’s most appealing traits. For as long as anyone can remember, homebuilders have touted the ability of residents to live and work in a modern, cosmopolitan setting and within minutes find themselves hiking on a nature trail, sunning themselves on a beach or playing in the snow on top of a mountain.
Ebb & Flow takes a location near urban amenities, minutes from North Shore’s
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Metro Vancouver land deals claim a greater share of investment sales in Q2
According to the latest figures from Altus Group, residential and non-residential land sales accounted for 56.2 per cent of the $1.6 billion in deals done in the three months ended in June. This was up from 47.9 per cent of a slightly lower volume of sales in the first quarter. Both tallies are below levels of a year ago, when land accounted for 60 per cent of overall transaction value.
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