Panacasa - 3787 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC, 5 levels, 59 units, estimated completion 2013 - located at the corner of Canada Way and Boundary Road in Burnaby. Developed by Elegant Development Inc., Panacasa is a brilliant collection of 59 wood frame and concrete condos and townhomes featuring one, two and three bedroom modern condos or two bedroom heritage-style townhomes.
The exterior facades are designed and built with striking concrete, brick and integrated timber detail, giving it a unique and very exciting Whistler look. Inside, Panacasa homes feature 9 foot ceilings, large windows, laminate hardwood flooring, cut pile carpets in bedrooms, high-end interior fixtures, cozy gas fireplaces, thick granite countertops in the kitchen, wrap around walnut or wenge cabinets, powder rooms with under mount sinks and large format ceramic tile in bathrooms. Spacious patios or roof decks view the majestic north shore mountains. Also, residents can enjoy the building amenities including a game room with full kitchen facilities, fully-equipped exercise room, kid's play area, beautifully landscaped courtyards, secure underground parking, and bicycle storage.
Panacasa features a great location that is just moments away from Brentwood Mall, Deer Lake, SFU, BCIT, Metrotown, Burnaby General Hospital and Central Park. Quick walk to Cascade Village Plaza and convenience stores. Highway #1, Grandview Highway and Lougheed Highway give you easy access to transit and everywhere else.
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