Botanica - 7330 Salisbury Ave, Burnaby, BC V5E 3A3, BCS805 - Located on Salisbury Avenue and Beresford Street in the popular Highgate subarea of Burnaby South - a vibrant urban community filled with local amenities, entertainment venues, recreational facilities, schools, shopping and restaurants within a short distance. Botanica is also close to theatres, libraries and numerous parks for outdoor enjoyment. The notable landmarks around Botanica include Massey Theatre & Plaskett Gallery, Burnaby Public Library, Metropolis at Metrotown, Deer Lake and Burnaby Lake Parks. Direct access to the Kingsway and other major routes allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Vancouver, Richmond and New Westminster. Botanica is close to Morley Elementary and Edmonds Community Schools, Highgate YYoga, Poplar and Byrne Creek Parks, National Nikkei Heritage Centre Society and a wide variety of restaurants including Nao Sushi, House of Wings Restaurant and Lounge, Me-N-Ed's Pizza Parlor, Hi Genki, Wings Pub and Grill and many others. Botanica is a three level rainscreened townhome complex built in 2004 by Ledingham McAllister that consists of 57 units featuring high ceilings, electric fireplace, spacious layout, in suite laundry, tons of storage space, private balcony or fenced yard for ground floor apartment, walk-in closet and den attached to master bedroom with arched entry. Complex also offers security system, underground parking stall, storage locker, playground and garden. Maintenance fees include caretaker, garbage pickup, gardening, hot water and management. Botanica offers great living in the heart of the popular and safe neighbourhood - Live here today!
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May sales were up 44% over April, but 22% below 10 year average. Listings are the highest in May since 2014
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BC home sales declined 7% year-over-year. Listings across BC up 21%
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