The Peak - 8850 University Crescent, Burnaby, BC V5A, Canada. Strata number BCP45523. Crossroads are University Crescent and Highland Court. Rising 17 storeys with 186 homes, above Burnaby Mountain, The Peak offers the most incredible panoramic views in the province. The Peak homes are intelligently designed with distinguished architecture and over 10,000 square feet of amenities. Concrete 1 bed, 1 bed + den, 2 bed, 2 bed + den, and 3 bedroom condos; 3 bedroom townhomes. Size range from 579 to 1298 SQ. FT.. Over 10,000 sq ft of residential amenities including two storey wellness centre, elevated terrace, theatre room, games room, and study lounge. Estimated completion in Summer of 2018. Developed by Intergulf Development Group.
Nearby parks include Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area, Barnet Marine Park and Stoney Creek Park. Located inside Simon Fraser University. Other schools near this area are Fraser International College, Glenayre Elementary, Lyndhurst Elementary, Stoney Creek Community School, Burnaby Mountain Secondary School, Forest Grove Elementary School and Coquitlam College. Nearby grocery store is Nesters Market, which is located inside the campus.
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||8850 University Crescent
||Simon Fraser Univer.
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|Units in Development: ||186|
|Units in Strata:||186|
||Intergulf Development Group|
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