River Park Place - 6888 River Road , Richmond, BC V7C 4N3, Canada. Strata plan number EPP33697 . Crossroads are Gilbert Road and River Road. The first phase of a three-phase, mixed-use, high-rise development, this phase includes a 15-storey tower containing 221 residential units, 1,160 square meter of ground-floor retail space, and three levels of parking. Estimated completion is Spring 2016. The building reflects the rippling light of this riverfront location, for new kind of elegant simplicity. A glass curtain wall twists subtly, creating a distinctive profile, and subtle nautical cues. Floating places of intersecting glass create a frameless painting effect. Wood soffits add warmth, and refer to the old-growth trees to the north. Developed by Intracorp Projects Ltd. and MYIE Homes. Architecture by IBI Group. Interior design by Insight Design Group. Maintenance fees include Gardening, Garbage Pickup, Hot Water and Management.
Nearby parks include Minoru Park Lakes, Minoru Park and Brighouse Park. The closest schools are Archibald Blair Elementary School, Henry Anderson Elementary, A.R. MacNeill Secondary School, Samuel Brighouse Elementary, Richmond Secondary Schoo and BCIT Aerospace and Technology Campus (ATC). Nearby grocery stores are T&T, Bunge Canada, Real Canadian Superstore and Izumiya Japanese Marketplace.
Other addresses: 5233 Gilbert Rd, 6911 Pearson Way
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