Concord Brentwood - Hillside East - 4880 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby, BC V5C 4A8, Canada. Crossroads are Lougheed Highway & Yukon Crescent. Hillside East is phase 2 with 500 units. Developed by Concord Pacific. Architectural design by Francl Architecture. Interior design by LIV Interiors.
A new wave of luxury residences is coming soon to Concord Brentwood, Concord Pacifics largest transformation since Yaletown. The newest phase, Hillside East, consists of two strikingly elevated towers perched over the treetop. Eloquent architecture, super-sized curvaceous balconies, thoughtful indoor and outdoor amenities and timeless interiors demonstrate a truly elevated lifestyle. Steps away from SkyTrain and a new generation of Brentwood Mall. Newest phase is now open for registration.
Nearby parks include Brentwood Park, Beecher Park and Jim Lorimer Park. Nearby schools are Thunderbird Elementary, Alpha Secondary School and BC Institute Of Technology. Nearby grocery stores are Whole Foods Market, Save-On-Foods and Rick's Food Market.
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|Units in Development: ||900|
|Units in Strata:||500|
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