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Terza

431 3rd Street


North Vancouver, V7L 1G3 VNVLL - Lower Lonsdale

Official Website: terzaliving.com
  • Levels: 4
  • Suites: 15
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Building Type: Strata Townhouses
  • Bldg#: 16323

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Terza at 431 E 3rd St, North Vancouver, BC V7L 1G3 Canada. Located at East 3rd Street and Saint Davids Avenue in the neighbourhood of Lower Lonsdale. This new townhouse is under development by NAM. Comprise of 15 elegant units and 4 levels. Features Bright and spacious interiors naturally blend with the green space outside, and together, they create homes with an effortlessly elegant style and distinctly modern. A modern facade blends modern panel, brick and wood in the exterior finishes, and the rooftop decks take advantage of the surrounding views to give you a spectacular place to unwind and relax. Just steps away from parks, schools, recreation and urban conveniences of the Lonsdale Quay.

Official Website: terzaliving.com
Phone: 604-861-1475
Email: terzaliving@gmail.com
Sales Address: 101-2609 Westview Drive, North Vancouver
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Townhouses
 

Terza Technical Info

Building Name Terza
Address 431 3rd Street
City North Vancouver
Neighborhood Lower Lonsdale
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 4
Units in Development: 15
Units in Strata: 15
Sub Categories:Strata Townhouses
Year Built 0000
Developer NAM Development
Official Website terzaliving.com
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Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development
Terza - 431 E 3rd St - by NAM Development

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