Polaris - 6699 Dunblane Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5H 3K6, Canada. Crossroads are Dunblane Avenue and Imperial Street. This development is 36 storeys with 313 units. A collection of 1, 2, 3-bedroom condos and townhouses with thoughtfully designed layouts, it represents an unmatched lifestyle in the heart of Metrotown. Overlooking a park with panoramic views that stretch from the North Shore Mountains to Mount Baker, Polaris has a spectacular array of amenities and effortless access to the best of Burnaby and beyond. Developed by Transca Development. Architecture by IBI Group. Interior design by BYU Design.
Nearby parks are Lobley Park and Kisbey Park. Schools nearby are Maywood Community School, Kumon Math & Reading Centre, Compucollege School of Business, Shichida Kids Academy of Canada, Marlborough Elementary School, Burnaby South Secondary School, Nelson Elementary, and South Slope Elementary & BCSD. Grocery stores and supermarkets nearby are M & B Grocery, T&T Supermarket, Safeway Royal Oak, Assi Supermarket, Real Canadian Superstore, Good Neighbour Supermarket Ltd, and PriceSmart. Short drive to Royal Oak Station, Metrotown Stattion, Metropolis at Metrotown, and The Crystal Mall.
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December 2018 Market Insights
2018 became a buyer's market in December. Overall listings and sales were below the 10 year average
REBGV Housing Market Update For Novemberr 2018
Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
Housing Market Update (December 2018)
Home sales across the province were down 33% in November compared to last year. Listings were up 31% compared to last year
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REBGV Housing Market Update For October 2018
Sales for October are down 35% compared to last year. October had 4,873 new listings.
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