Elements - 3736 Commercial Street, Vancouver, BC V5N 4G2, 4 levels, 6 townhomes, scheduled for completion in late 2011 - located at the corner of Commercial Street and Stainsburry Avenue on Commercial Drive neighborhood of East Vancouver. Elements boasts six boutique townhomes residences and one 860 sq. ft commercial unit in two buildings at 3732 & 3736 Commercial Street with a private central courtyard. The development team is Homeward Bound Development Inc. and Thomas Tsang Architect Inc., Aurora Home Technologies Inc (construction), Windsor Marketing Inc and RE/MAX Select Realty round out. Featuring unique architecture with bold exterior colours, contemporary lines, striking concrete, brick and metal siding, Elements will be the landmark development in this area.
Inside, Elements townhomes feature open concept layout, 9' ceilings, large bay windows, cozy fireplaces, solid engineered wood floor, high quality carpet, imported ceramic tile flooring in kitchens & bathrooms, granite countertops with imported ceramic tile backsplash in kitchens & bathrooms, full wrap style cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and elegant bathrooms. All homes have in suite laundry, secure underground parking plus parking alone the lane and rear, private entrances and large
patios, and upper floors have dramatic views of the North Shore Mountains.
Located in Vancouver's hippest neighborhood "The Drive", Elements is within walking distance of Commercial Sky Train Station for Millennium line and Expo line and bus service along Kingsway, Commercial and Victoria drive. Surrounding you are eclectic boutiques, cafes, bistros, coffee shops and all sorts of dining options. Side by side with Trout Lake Community Center, Clark Park and John Hendy Park offer an extensive network of nature paths and bicycle trails. Experience life without compromise.
You can have it all at Elements. Elements is managed by Louwin Group 604-207-9316. No restrictions.
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||Homeward Bound Development Inc.||Architect Name||Thomas Tsang Archite||
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