Empress Court - 4157 Sophia Street, Vancouver, BC V5V 3V4, VAS2585 - located in Main area of Vancouver East, near the crossroads Sophia Street and East King Edward Avenue. Empress Court is close to Grimmet Park, Prince Edward Park, David Livingston Elementary, Charles Tupper Secondary, YWCA Vancouver, Royal Canadian Institute of Technology, Robson Park, Florence Nightingale Elementary, Simon Fraser Elementary, St. Patrick Regional Secondary and Major Mathews Park. This building has a great location, only steps to all the best that Main Street has to offer. Vancouver Community College and Queen Elizabeth Park with its amenities are within a short drive distance. The bus stops on Main Street and on East King Edward Avenue that are minutes from the complex, King Edward Skytrain Station is near the complex. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood such as Sweet Revenge, Legendary Noodle, Locus, The Main, Beefy Beef Noodle House and Crave. Empress Court was built in 1990 with a frame-wood construction. There are 18 units in development and in strata. Most homes offer a great layout, in-suite laundry and a balcony.
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Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
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