55 Alexander Annex - 61 Alexander Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 1B4, LMS3926 - located in Downtown of Vancouver East, near the crossroads Alexander Street and Powell Street. This annex was added in 2001 and is only steps from the Salty Tongue for coffee in the morning, the Irish Heather for pints after work, and Boneta/L'Abattoir for an amazing dinner. Walk to London Drugs and a lot private pharmacy stores, Waves Coffee House, Carnegie Centre, China Town, Downtown Vancover, Stadium, Waterfront, Pigeon Park, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Film School, Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver Police Museum and a lot of supermarkets for your grocery shopping. The restaurants in the neighbourhood are Sea Monster Sushi, Creative Bistro, Nicli Antica Pizzeria, Subway, Wild Rice and much more. The amazing, quality-built "55 Alexander Annex" - designed to reflect Gastown's unique heritage and charm. This complex was built in 2001 by Westbank Projects Corporation. This eight-level concrete building has brick exterior finishing and full rain screen. There are 38 units in development and in strata. One pet is allowed in this development. Rentals are permitted. "55 Alexander" offer great features that include bike room, elevator, in-suite laundry, storage, hardwood floors, balcony, granite countertops, gas fireplace, common rooftop deck, 17 foot ceilings, beautiful views of water and mountains, open layout and secured underground parking.
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U.S.-based online real estate marketplace Zillow announced earlier this week that it has finally made available thousands of Canadian for-sale listings on its mobile app and website.
This followed the recent formation of data-sharing deals with multiple Canadian partner firms operating in the real estate industry. Together, the agreements represent more than 50,000 listings, and these will be rolled out on a continuous basis.
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