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Vine Gardens

2091 Vine Street
Vancouver West, V6K 4P7 VVWKT - Kitsilano

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Vine Gardens - 2091 Vine Street, Vancouver, BC, V6K 4P7 Canada. Strata plan number VAS2603. Crossroads are West 5th Avenue and West 4th Avenue. Built in 1991, Vine Gardens has 4 levels and 8 units. Nearby parks include Delamont Park, Connaught Park and Connaught Park. Nearby schools include Tactical Self Defense, Just Dance and Imagine 1 Day International Organization. The closest grocery stores are Cobs Breads, Market Meats Kitsilano and Capers Market. Nearby coffee shops include Culprit Coffee Company, Take Five Cafe (Kitsilano) and Starbucks. Nearby restaurants include Vineyard, Browns Socialhouse Kitsilano and Browns Social House Kitsilano Ltd.

Maintenance fees includes garbage pickup, gardening and management.

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Vine Gardens Technical Info

Building Name Vine Gardens
Address 2091 Vine Street
City Vancouver West
Neighborhood Kitsilano
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 4
Units in Development: 8
Units in Strata:8
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1991
Strata Website assertivenorthwest.com/
Management Assertive Northwest Proper
  604-253-5566
  604-253-5536
 info@assertivenorth..
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Strata Plan VAS2603
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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  2. B The Capers Building - 1978 VINE STREET - LMS1089
  3. C The Tiburon - 2252 West 5TH AVE - VAS1757
  4. D Capers Building - 2255 WEST 4TH AVE - LMS1089
  5. E West Pointe Villa - 2211 West 5TH AVE - VAS1387
  6. F Balsam Mews - 2001 BALSAM STREET - VAS806
  7. G Kits Palisades - 2119 YEW STREET - LMS3931
  8. H Henley Park - 2250 WEST 3RD AVE - VAS2118
  9. I 2287 West 3rd - 2287 WEST 3RD AVE - VAS1734
  10. J Magnolia Gardens - 2190 WEST 5TH AVE - LMS3922
  11. K Hearth Stone - 2195 WEST 5TH AVE - VAS1929
  12. L Landmark Horizon - 2365 WEST 3RD AVE - VAS249
  13. M Devon Court - 1855 VINE STREET - VAS1526
  14. N Capers - 1979 YEW STREET - LMS1089
  15. O Radcliffe Pointe - 2216 WEST 3RD AVE - VAS2116
  16. P West 7th - 2239 West 7th AVE - EPP46630
  17. Q Pariz - 2436 WEST 4TH AVE - BCS474
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