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Gravity on Eight

2062 8th Ave


Vancouver East, V5N 1V2 VVEGR - Grandview VE

Official Website: discovergravity.ca
  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 3
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2022
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Bldg#: 16420

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Gravity on Eight - 2062 E 8th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5N 1V2, Canada. Situated East 8th Avenue and Lakewood Drive in the neigbourhood of Grandview-Vancouver East. Gravity on Eight is a new townhouse development by Maven Homes. The development is scheduled for completion in 2022. Consist of 3 beautiful units, 3 levels and sizes range from 1063 to 1458 square feet. Enjoy these spectacular homes, each with private outdoor space and access to an inviting social center anchored by the quintessential back yard apple tree. Designed by Architrix Design Studio, feature open living spaces, spacious dining rooms, and private outdoor spaces. Award-winning Marrimor Interiors has created elegant living spaces by employing high quality materials, complimented by custom millwork, premium Fischer & Paykel appliances, ANDlight feature lighting, and Riobel fixtures. Each home includes full-height underground storage, a dedicated parking stall with EV charging capability, and secure bicycle storage.

Official Website: discovergravity.ca
Phone: 604-351-1243
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

Gravity on Eight Technical Info

Building Name Gravity on Eight
Address 2062 8th Ave
City Vancouver East
Neighborhood Grandview VE
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 3
Units in Strata:3
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 2022
Developer Maven Homes
Designer Marrimor Interiors
Official Website discovergravity.ca
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Gravity on Eight Building & Common Area Photos

Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes
Gravity on Eight - 2062 East 8th Ave - Development by Maven Homes

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