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MET2

6550 Nelson Ave
Burnaby South, V5H 3J8 VBSME - Metrotown

Official Website: met2.ca Developers Website: www.concordpacific.com
  • Levels: 43
  • Suites: 349
  • Status: Under Construction
  • Built: 2017
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: NWP32590
  • Bldg#: 10206

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Building Info

MET2 -6550 Nelson Avenue,Burnaby, BC V5H 3J8, 43 storeys, 349 units, estimated completion in Summer 2017.

Situated between Bonser and Lobley parks, right next door to Metropolis BCs largest mall, MET2- Concord Pacific's two sister towers of 37 stories and 43 stories create a contemporary living space at the corner of Nelson Avenue and Bennett Street in Burnaby's Metrotown neighborhood. MET1 is located at 6566 Nelson.

Designed by award-winning Buttjes Architecture Inc., this one, two and three bedroom condos and town homes ranging from 505 to1,705 square feet showcase clean, crisp architecture. Contemporary interiors feature engineered hardwood flooring, expansive windows, staircases with white oak hand rails, stone countertops, white marble tile backsplash, Miele stainless steel appliances, wood veneer cabinetry, and marble bathrooms. Large balconies invite outdoor entertaining, and many homes offer 360 views from downtown Vancouverto the NorthShore Mountains. 

The main level at The MET2 condos will also feature boutique hotel style amenities including a soaring grand entry with full time concierge, a gourmet catering kitchen with dining room, karaoke/media theatre room, fitness centre, indoor golf simulator, an outdoor putting green, expansive formal entertainment garden with water features, and a landscaped terrace with fire pit seating and BBQs. 

Located at Nelson Ave just north of Imperial Street, The Met is adjacent to the Bonsor Park & Recreation Complex, steps from Metropolis at Metrotown, which is one of the largest shopping mall in North America, and Metrotown Skytrain Station, and blocks away from Safeway, Save-On Foods, Future Shop,CrystalMall, and Burnaby Public Library. FromDeerLakeParktoCentral Parkand from BCIT to the Central Park Pitch & Putt, there is plenty to do around The Met high-rise so that your life remains fulfilled.

  • 1 bedroom/1bedroom+ ranging from 505 - 801 sq. ft.
  • 2 bedroom/2 bedroom+ ranging from 756 1,648 sq. ft. 
  • 3 bedroom/3 bedroom+ ranging from 918 1,705 sq. ft.
  • Landscape architect: PWL Partnership
Official Website: met2.ca
Phone: 604-899-8800
Email: sales@met2.ca
Sales Address: 88 Pacific Blvd
Strata Sub Categories: Strata
 

MET2 Technical Info

Building Name MET2
Address 6550 Nelson Ave
City Burnaby South
Neighborhood Metrotown
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 43
Units in Development: 349
Units in Strata:349
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 2017
Developer Concord Pacific
Architect Name Nygaard Interior Des
Architect Phone 250-592-4320
Architect Email nygaarddesign@shaw.ca
Official Website met2.ca/
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWP32590
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

MET2 Building & Common Area Photos

MET 2 - 6550 Nelson Avenue, Burnaby, BC - Developer's Photo
MET 2 - 6550 Nelson Avenue, Burnaby, BC - Developer's Photo
MET 2 - 6550 Nelson Avenue, Burnaby, BC - Developer's Photo
MET 2 - 6550 Nelson Avenue, Burnaby, BC - Developer's Photo

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A The Met - 6560 Nelson AVE - EPS2809
  2. B The Met - 6588 NELSON AVE - EPS2809
  3. C The Park Metrotown - 4900 Lennox LANE - EPS4056
  4. D Nelson On The Park - 6676 NELSON AVE - LMS2903
  5. E 6668 Dunblane Ave - 6668 DUNBLANE AVE - BCS936
  6. F Polaris - 6699 Dunblane AVE -
  7. G Midori - 6638 Dunblane AVE - EPP49034
  8. H To Be Provided - 4930 BENNETT STREET - NWS981
  9. I Chancellor - 4880 BENNETT STREET - BCP47866
  10. J Imperial Metrotown - 5051 Imperial STREET - EPP59978
  11. K The Balmoral - 4830 BENNETT STREET - LMS451
  12. L Luna - 5000 IMPERIAL STREET - BCS3418
  13. M Willow Manor - 5055 IMPERIAL STREET - NWS104
  14. N Burlington Place - 6715 BURLINGTON AVE - NWS179
  15. O Imperial Gardens - 5083 IMPERIAL STREET - BCP31347
  16. P 6688 Burlington Ave - 6688 BURLINGTON AVE - LMS610
  17. Q Burlington Square - 6540 BURLINGTON AVE - NWS2068
  18. R Imperial - 4695 IMPERIAL AVE - NWS84
  19. S Symphony 1 - 6521 BONSOR AVE - LMS50
  20. T Maywood Area - 6539 ROYAL OAK - LMS1916
  21. U Bonsor Ave Place - 6595 BONSOR AVE - NWS2205
  22. V Royal Oak Apartments - 5155 IMPERIAL STREET - NWS1850
  23. W Metro - 6868 BURLINGTON AVE - BCP51508
  24. X Metro 1 - 5248 GRIMMER STREET - BCP48619
  25. Y Vittorio - 6060 Marlborough AVENUE -
  26. Z Cameray Gardens - 3925 KINGSWAY OTHER - NWS289
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