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Walker House

9365 120 Street


North Delta, V4C 6R9 F11 - Annieville

Official Website: walkerhousedelta.com Marketers Website: www.rennie.com Developers Website: bmgrealestate.com
  • Levels: 29
  • Suites: 264
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2026
  • Building Type: Strata Condos
  • Bldg#: 16443

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Walker House - 9365 120 St, Delta, BC V4C 6R9, Canada. Walker House is a new condo development by BMG Real Estate. Located at 93A Avenue & Scott Road in the neighbourhood of North Delta. It consists of a signature 29-storey tower with 264 condominiums. Floor plans offer a studio, one and two-bedroom residences with an abundance of choice at your doorstep. An extensive amenity program includes an outdoor basketball court, rooftop lounge boasting panoramic views, and a meticulously-designed co-working space. Thoughtfully designed to heighten your lifestyle, main living areas boast over height ceilings, wide-planked flooring, and spacious balconies with expansive windows that beckon the outdoors. Kitchens are showcased by quartz countertops, integrated appliances, soft-close cabinetry with open accent shelving, and European-inspired integrated pulls. The location is also convenience of the Frequent Transit Network that connects to SkyTrain at Scott Road Station.

Sales Centre: www.rennie.com
Official Website: walkerhousedelta.com
Phone: 604-496-0575
Email: info@walkerhousedelta.com
Sales Address: 9365 120 St, Delta, BC
Strata Sub Categories: Strata Condos
 

Walker House Technical Info

Building Name Walker House
Address 9365 120 Street
City North Delta
Neighborhood Annieville
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 29
Units in Development: 264
Units in Strata:264
Sub Categories:Strata Condos
Year Built 2026
Developer BMG Real Estate
Architect Name Focus Architecture
Architect Phone 604 853 5222
Architect Email info@focusai.ca
Designer Area3 Design
Official Website walkerhousedelta.com
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Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
Walker House - 9365 120 St - by BMG Real Estate
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