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Phoenix - 5388 Grimmer Street, Burnaby, BC V5H 2H2, Strata Plan No. BCS4286, 4 levels, 51 units 4 Commercial units, built 2011, crossing roads: Grimmer Street and Kingsway. Developed by Dimex Group, Phoenix is a contemporary new development located in the popular South Burnaby community of Metrotown, at Kingsway and Royal Oak Avenue. The project includes four levels of residential strata units and features ground level mixed use commercial spaces between 625 to 1147 square feet along Grimmer Street.
This limited collection of 1, 2 & 3-bedroom condos ranging from 608 to 1126-square-feet reflects unique architecture marked by a distinctive courtyard. Inside, contemporary interiors boasts open-plan layouts, 9' ceiling, laminate floors throughout, engineered tile floors, quartz counters, glass tile backsplash, and spa-inspired bathrooms. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows bring in natural light and large balconies provide extra space for outdoor living..
At the heart of Metrotown, Phoenix is situated just a block away from Kingsway and steps away from Fitness World, White Spot, Safeway, London Drugs, and Royal Oak SkyTrain Station with both Metrotown Shopping Center and Crystal Square Mall very close by. There is also excellent access to local schools such as Marborough Elementary, Windsor Elementary, Nelson Elementary and Burnaby South Secondary, Bonsor Recreation Complex, and Deer Lake Park. With Skytrain route, downtown Vancouver and YVR airport are just minutes away. A new hub that is central to everything Burnaby and Greater Vancouver has to offer.
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||5388 Grimmer Street
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|Units in Development: ||51|
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