Verdant - 9191 University Crescent, Burnaby BC V5A 0A1. 90 two and three bedoorm townhomes ranging from 1,000 sqft to 1,300 sqft., Title to land: Leasehold property, built 2007.
Verdant by VanCity Enterprises - 90 two-level townhomes in Simon Fraser University campus of Burnaby. Verdant town homes comes with the innovative pricing program which means all Verdant town homes were sold at 20% below market value initially and continue to be sold at 20% below market value when the current owner chooses to sell. Each town home is appraised by an independent property appraiser and the list price is set at 20% below appraised value.
Designed by award-winning Gomberoff Bell Lyon Architects Group, Verdan received LEED Gold Certification for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. Interiors feature open floor plan, geothermal radiant heating floors (no heating bill), large windows and gourmet kithcen with granite countertops, California closets and stainless steel appliances.
Verdant is steps away are library, Discovery Park, a 23,000 square foot grocery store, pharmacy, new childcare centre, lots of fitness/recreational facilities, cafes, walking, biking trails. University Highland Elementary school and Nesters Market are around the corner. Just a quick bus ride away from the Nest condos is the Production Way/University SkyTrain station.
Verdant Technical Info
||9191 University Crescent
||Simon Fraser Univer.
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||61|
|Units in Strata:||61|
|Sub Categories:||Strata Townhouses
||Cristina Oberti Interior Design|
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