4138 Cambie at 4138 Cambie Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V5Z 2Y1. 4138 Cambie is a 6-storey residential building with two detached 2-storey laneway townhouses. In total there are 65 units located next door to The Grayson, also by Pennyfarthing.
Just steps from the King Edward Canada Line station, living at 4138 Cambie brings the world closer to your doorstep. Vancouver International Airport is just an 18-minute journey, while the shops, restaurants, and cultural activities of downtown Vancouver are a mere seven minute drive away. Take advantage of the recreational facilities at nearby Hillcrest Community Centre, enjoy a stroll in the gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park three blocks away, or join the excitement of a baseball game at Nat Bailey Stadium.
Amenities at 4138 Cambie include a shared meeting room off the lobby. All ground floor residences have private patios. There is also a central 24-foot wide landscaped courtyard between the condominiums and the townhomes. There is parking for 22 resident cars, including two handicapped stalls, and two visitor vehicles is provided under the apartment building and townhomes with access from the lane. Secure storage for 28 bicycles is also located on this level.
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||4138 Cambie Street
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|Units in Development: ||65|
|Units in Strata:||65|
||Pennyfarthing Development Corp||Architect Name||Raymond Letkeman Arc||
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REBGV Housing Market Update For July 2019
Home sales in July was up 23% over June. Listings remained level with June.
BCREA Housing Market Update (August 2019)
BC home sales in July up 12%. Active listings in July were up 12%
BCREA Housing Market Update (July 2019)
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June 2018 Housing Market Update
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