Kensington Gardens-5770 Hastings St, Burnaby, BC V5B 1S1, Canada. Kensington Gardens is a ten building complex that has 125 units, 3 levels and was built in 1967. The buildings are located at 5740 Hastings Street, 5750 Hastings Street, 5760 Hastings Street, 5770 Hastings Street, 5780 Hastings Street, 5810 Hastings Street, 5820 Hastings Street, 5912 Hastings Street, 5922 Hastings Street, and 5932 Hastings Street. The complex features view of mountains from some north facing units, in-suite storage, efficient floor plan with no wasted space, indoor pool, green belt, shared laundry and playground. These buildings are located in the Capitol Hill area close to schools and recreation places. This is an excellent location for students at SFU, Electronic Arts and BCIT. Golf course, soccer field, tennis course, baseball diamond and swimming pool are just a short drive away. It is close to Brentwood and Kensington shopping centers, public transit to Downtown, Metrotown and Skytrain station. It is just one transit to Downtown Vancouver, Kensington Pitch, Putt golf course and Kensington Park right behind the complex. Maintenance fee includes heat, hot water and property taxes!
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April 2019 Market Insights
March 2019 Market Insights - Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver
March sales were down 31% from the same period last year. Listings are up 52% from the same period last year.
BCREA Housing Market Update (April 2019)
March sales fell 23%. Listings were up 36%
February 2019 Market Insights
Sales in February were down 43% from February last year. Listings are up 48% compared to last year.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (March 2019)
BC home sales fell 27% year-over-year in February. Listings were up 36.5% compared to the same month last year.
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