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ASH | 28

607 28th Avenue


Vancouver West, V5Z 2H4 VVWSC - South Cambie

Developers Website: www.terrablanka.com
  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 12
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Building Type: Strata Condos,strata Townhouses
  • Bldg#: 16481

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ASH | 28 - 607 W 28th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2H4, Canada. Crossroad are W 28th Avenue and Ash Street. Developed by Terra Blanka and Lutos Living. Architect(s) Shape Architecture. Interior Designer(s) Ste.Marie & Livingspace. Ash 28 has a total of 12 units and 3 Storey.

TWELVE WEST SIDE GARDEN FLAT AND PENTHOUSE HOMES.

Ideally situated amid the colourful serenity of its tree-lined street location, ASH | 28 is a refined expression of elegant West Side living. Twelve garden flats and penthouse homes, spanning one or two levels, embody the function of a single-family home, and the elevated nature of enduring West Coast design. Attentive detailing is housed in an unconventional form that is equally distinct and grounded, soft and strong, intimate and open a form that both fits in and stands out within the single-family neighbourhood aesthetic. A display in the beauty of contrast.

From architecture to interiors, juxtaposed materials deliver deliberate harmony in texture, form, and quality. Living spaces are enriched with seamless transitions from indoor to outdoor living, featuring lushly landscaped private backyards that feel like a special haven for the entire family. Design details are intentionally intricate yet clean, elevating every space and every movement. Terra Blanka, Lotus Living, Shape Architecture, Ste. Marie, and Livingspace reunite to present another sophisticated Vancouver living experience.

Strata Sub Categories: Strata Condos,Strata Townhouses
 

ASH | 28 Technical Info

Building Name ASH | 28
Address 607 28th Avenue
City Vancouver West
Neighborhood South Cambie
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 12
Units in Strata:12
Sub Categories:Strata Condos,strata Townhouses
Year Built 0000
Developer Terra Blanka Developments
Architect Name Shape Architecture
Architect Phone 604 687 4457
Architect Email info@shapearchitecture.ca
Designer Ste. Marie
Restrictions Details
  

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