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La Menta

1658 5th Ave


Vancouver East, V5N 1L7 VVEMP - Mount Pleasant VE

Marketers Website: www.patrickweeks.ca Developers Website: www.southstreet.ca/contactus.php
  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 8
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2022
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Bldg#: 15952

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La Menta - 1658  5th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5N 1L7, Canada. Located at intersection road E 5th Avenue and Commercial Drive in the neighbourhood of Mount Pleasant-Vancouver. La Menta is a new townhouse development by South Street Development Group. Comprise of an 8 beautiful units, 3 stories and has estimated completion on 2022. Architect designed by MA+HG Architects. Interior designed by Evoke International Design.

Each of the 8 units has its own unique features and floor plans that are perfectly designed for families and professionals. 4 of the homes feature breath taking rooftop terraces with cityscape views. With a communal courtyard, this development was created to encourage and support community.

Sales Centre: www.patrickweeks.ca
Phone: 236-668-6122
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

La Menta Technical Info

Building Name La Menta
Address 1658 5th Ave
City Vancouver East
Neighborhood Mount Pleasant VE
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 8
Units in Strata:8
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 2022
Developer South Street Development Group
Architect Name MA+HG Architects
Architect Phone 778 379 9276
Architect Email nfo@mahg.ca
Designer Evoke International Design
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La Menta Building & Common Area Photos

La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group
La Menta - 1658 East 5th Ave - South Street Development Group

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