You are here: Home > North Vancouver > Lower Lonsdale > 221 3rd Street > Orizon On Third
Page Views: 7491
Building & Condo information

Orizon On Third

221 3rd Street


North Vancouver, V7L 1E6 VNVLL - Lower Lonsdale

Official Website: www.intracorp.ca/orizononthird Marketers Website: www.intracorp.ca/vancouver/contact.php Developers Website: intracorphomes.com
  • Levels: 5
  • Suites: 104
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 2014
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Bldg#: 9443

Contact Us®












Yes No

Welcome to our Strata Minutes section - these are private. In order to get access to these Strata Minutes you must get a password from us. Please call us at 604-671-7000 or Contact Us.








Receive more information about Building - Orizon On Third


Yes No











Receive more information about
Orizon On Third


Yes No











Orizon On Third MLS® Listings

"Sorry there are no listings. Please click here to view Lower Lonsdale listings"

Building Info

Orizon on Third - 221 East 3rd Street, North Vancouver, BC V7L 1E6, 6 levels, 104 units, estimated completion June 2014. Mantra by Intracorp is a 6 storey concrete and wood-frame apartment residence designed with LEED Silver equivalency and a relaxed, organic design aesthetic. Located on the south east corner of East 3rd Street and St. Georges Ave. in North Vancouver, Orizon on Third is within a 5-10 minute walk to the pedestrian friendly neighbourhood of Lower Lonsdale.

Designed by award-winning Ramsay Worden Architects, Orizon is a masterpiece of West Coast contemporary architecture with a unique combination of distinctive stone facades, huge expanses of glass and long horizontal roof lines in a lavish landscaped setting. Inside, its one, two, and three-bedroom plus den homes range from 596 to 1,161 sq.ft. and feature open-plan layouts, laminate flooring, radiant floors, spa-inspired bathrooms, and gourmet kitchens with LG stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, ceramic backsplash, modern frosted glass cabinets, and Grohe faucets. Large patios and balconies invite outdoor entertaining, and many homes offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, the downtown Vancouver skyline and North Shore Mountains.

Orizon also offers great building amenities: fitness room with yoga area, large rooftop BBQ terrace, bike storage rooms, bike and car wash bay, and storage lockers.

Centrally situated in the Lower Lonsdale neighborhood, Orizon is only 4 blocks from the Seabus, Lonsdale Quay Market and the cafes and restaurants along Lonsdale Avenue; quick walk to IGA, Shoppers Drug Mart, John Braithwaite Community Center and Empire Theatre; a short drive to downtown Vancouver and nature surrounds like Lynn Canyon, Mount Seymour, Deep Cove, Grouse Mountain, and Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Sales Centre: www.intracorp.ca/vancouver/contact.php
Official Website: www.intracorp.ca/orizononthird
Phone: 604.638.6240
Email: info@orizononthird.com
Sales Address: 21 Lonsdale Ave North Vancouver
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
 

Orizon On Third Technical Info

Building Name Orizon On Third
Address 221 3rd Street
City North Vancouver
Neighborhood Lower Lonsdale
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 5
Units in Development: 104
Units in Strata:104
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2014
Developer Intracorp
Designer BYU Design
Official Website www.intracorp.ca/orizonon
Restrictions Details
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

Orizon On Third Building & Common Area Photos

Orizon On Third - 221 East 3rd
Orizon On Third - 221 East 3rd
Orizon On Third - 221 East 3rd
Orizon On Third - 221 East 3rd

Complex Site Map (Click image to enlarge)

JPG VIEW     Go TO GOOGLE MAP    

Typical Floor Plan (Click image to go to BCFP)

JPG VIEW

Complex Site Map 3(Click image to enlarge)

JPG VIEW     Go TO GOOGLE MAP    

Orizon On Third Maps (Google, Google Street View, Bing Aerial View, Area Condos, Walk Score)

Google Street View
Google Map
Bing Areal View
Please click the image above to view respective full map. This will open in a new window.

Featured Properties

1601 1005 BEACH AV.. 1 Bed, 1 Bath,716 Sqft.  $999,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
2057 CORNERSTONE D.. 3 Bed, 3 Bath,3632 Sqft.  $1,490,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
5770 GRANVILLE STR.. 4 Bed, 3 Bath,3130 Sqft.  $4,100,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
3412 155 STREET 5 Bed, 6 Bath,5960 Sqft.  $3,780,000 RE/MAX Crest Realty
808 1633 ONTARIO S.. 2 Bed, 2 Bath,1034 Sqft.  $1,290,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty
107 2028 W 11TH AV.. 2 Bed, 1 Bath,815 Sqft.  $970,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty
2302 1228 W HASTIN.. 2 Bed, 2 Bath,1256 Sqft.  $1,500,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty
702 888 HAMILTON S.. 1 Bed, 1 Bath,644 Sqft.  $644,000.00 RE/MAX Crest Realty

Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A Bristol Court - 170 EAST 3RD STREET - VAS161
  2. B Orchard Terrace - 215 EAST 4TH STREET - BCS3967
  3. C 225 East 4th Street - 225 EAST 4TH STREET - VAS2181
  4. D Harbour Court - 175 EAST 4TH STREET - VAS547
  5. E Talisman Towers - 145 ST GEORGES AVE - VAS321
  6. F Davidia On Fourth - 241 EAST 4TH STREET - VAS2218
  7. G Northgate Court - 249 EAST 4TH STREET - VAS2759
  8. H Wright Place - 146 EAST 3RD STREET - LMS2914
  9. I Custer Court - 220 EAST 4TH STREET - VAS749
  10. J The Solano - 155 EAST 3RD STREET - LMS2708
  11. K Woodburn Place - 241 ST ANDREWS AVE - VAS209
  12. L The Olympic - 130 EAST 2ND STREET - VAS2830
  13. M Wellington Manor - 175 East 5TH STREET - VAS171
  14. N St James Place - 225 EAST 5TH STREET - LMS2852
  15. O Lower Lonsdale - 260 East 4TH STREET - LMS503
  16. P Birchtree Square - 275 EAST 4TH STREET - VAS2150
  17. Q Harbourside Terrace - 140 East 4TH STREET - VAS1151
  18. R The Evergreen - 118 East 2ND STREET - LMS878
  19. S Sausalito - 122 EAST 3RD STREET - BCS1650
  20. T 245 East 5th Street - 245 EAST 5TH STREET - LMS1910
  21. U Winchester Estates - 155 EAST 5TH STREET - VAP878
  22. V Bella Vista - 127 East 4TH STREET - VAS57
  23. W Coronado - 147 East 1ST STREET - LMS3042
  24. X 112 St. Andrews - 112 ST ANDREWS AVE - VAS1875
  25. Y Burham Court - 222 EAST 5TH STREET - LMS3055
  26. Z Dunbarton Manor - 315 EAST 3RD STREET - LMS533
View All Buildings in North Vancouver

Victoria Real Estate Board Update

A comprehensive look at the explosive activity occuring in North Vancouver. Apartment Source.

January 2024 Market Insights

January 2024 Market Insights

December Market Insights

Housing market resilient in 2023, ends year in balanced territory

November 2023 Market Insights

Metro Vancouver housing market holds steady in October

Market Insights October 2023

Metro Vancouver Housing Market Holds Steady in October

Real Estate Related News Articles(Sun and Province) Search News  

Mandarin 
# Article Publish Date Source
1 Do Realtors make too much money? What do you think?

Like any small business, what you pay them is not what they get. They have overhead that does not even include the overreaching tax rate they are susceptible to.

Most have to pay for staffing, office space, their split to their broker, franchise fees, a transaction coordinator, ongoing training and coaching, their car and gas, marketing, photos, signs and sign installation, software to run their business, client parties, advertising and on and on… You can see how the check collected at the closing goes away fast. 


Do Realtors make too much money? What do you think?
2024/02/26 other
2 New Property Transfer Tax exemptions for first-time buyers and new homes in BC

n an effort to improve housing affordability, three major changes are being made to the Government of British Columbia’s Property Transfer Tax (PTT) framework.

Firstly, the threshold to be eligible for the first-time homebuyers’ exemption will be increased from a fair market value of $500,000 to $835,000, with the first $500,000 exempt from the tax. The phase-out range for the complete elimination of the exemption will be $860,000, while properties with a fair market value under $500,000 will be completely exempt. These changes will start on April 1, 2024.


New Property Transfer Tax exemptions for first-time buyers and new homes in BC
2024/02/22 other
3 Budget 2024: B.C. introduces new home-flipping tax

Flipping Tax  

The BC Home Flipping Tax is a 20 per cent tax on the gain from sale of a home within a one-year time horizon and a pro-rated tax on sales up to within a two-year period. The tax will apply to both properties and assignments of contracts and is in addition to any existing federal or provincial income taxes incurred from the sale of the property, including the federal anti-flipping tax. Exemptions will be available for certain life circumstances that might motivate the sale of a property within two years, including for added supply through the creation of rental accessory dwelling units. 

 

The BCREA Economics Department’s preliminary analysis estimates the flipping tax will decrease home sales by between 1-2 per cent over a three-year period. Given the relatively small impact, prices and housing attainability are essentially unchanged by the tax. This is unsurprising, given that short-term flipping represents a low share of sales activity (less than 2 per cent in both Vancouver and Victoria). 


BC Government Announces New Housing Measures in 2024 Budget
2024/02/22 BCREA
4 The BC NDP have walked back on changes to the province’s Land Act

The BC NDP have walked back on changes to the province’s Land Act, citing a need for more consultation and demonstrations of how shared decision-making with Indigenous governments will work.

“We need to take the time to further engage with people and demonstrate the real benefits of shared decision-making in action,” Water, Land and Resource Stewardship minister Nathan Cullen said in a statement announcing the pause. “We want to get this right and move forward together.”

The province announced plans in early January to revise the Land Act, launching a public consultation and engaging stakeholders, including ranching, resource and outfitting groups.


BC NDP backtracks on proposed amendments to Land Act
2024/02/21 Western Investor
5 Canada’s commercial real estate landscape is set for a “seismic shift” not seen since the early 1990s

While the high interest rates of 1982 ruined many, Bains said the downturn of 1993 was even worse for the Vancouver real estate market in terms of liquidity.

The liquidity challenges have returned in the current environment, where interest rates have risen faster and stayed high for longer than they did 40 years ago.

The result has been a reset in people’s expectations of the cost of capital, heralding a changing of the guard similar to the late 1980s and early 1990s.


A seismic shift ahead as new real estate investment cycle takes shape
2024/02/21 Western Investor
More News