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The Mack

2525 Blenheim Street


Vancouver West, V6K 4W6 VVWKT - Kitsilano

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The Mack - 2525 Blenheim Street, Vancouver, BC V6K 2L3, Canada, Strata Plan Number BCS1484, 4 levels, 34 units in the development, was built in 2005. Maintenance fees include Garbage Pickup and Management. Closest grocery stores are Young Bros Produce Ltd, Parthenon Super Market and Fresh is Best.  Nearby parks include McBride Park, Almond Park and Point Grey Park Site at Trutch Street. Nearby restaurants include McDonald's, Jun Sushi Japanese Restaurant and Gargoyles Bar and Grill. The Mack is in the Kitsilano neighborhood in Vancouver and near University of British Columbia. Walking distance child care services include Saint James Japanese Preschool, Bayview Community Preschool and Carnarvon Community Out of School Care. 

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The Mack Technical Info

Building Name The Mack
Address 2525 Blenheim Street
City Vancouver West
Neighborhood Kitsilano
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 4
Units in Development: 34
Units in Strata:34
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2005
Strata Website pacificquorum.com/
Management Pacific Quorum Properties
  604-685-3828
  604-685-3845
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Restrictions Details
Strata Plan BCS1484
Strata Plan Log-in BCS1484
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The Mack - 2525 Blenheim St.
The Mack - 2525 Blenheim St.
The Mack - 2525 Blenheim St.
The Mack - 2525 Blenheim St.

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Home sales in August were up 37% over August 2019. Listings weere 55% over August 2019

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