Kingsgate Manor - 760 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5V 3C1, LMS2867 - located in Fraser area of Vancouver East, near the crossroads Kingsway and Fraser Street. The Kingsgate Manor only steps to Robson Park, Royal Canadian Institute of Technology, Sunnyside Park, Charles Dickens Elementary School, steps to transit and shopping. Walking distance from Tyee Elementary School, Community Montessori Preschool, Clark Park, Staford Hall, Fine Arts Kindergarden, Croatian Cultural Centre, Glen Park and Shoppers Drug Mart. Trout lake with its Community Centre are a short drive away. There are a lot of restaurants in the neighbourhood such as Pizza Factory, Fraser Court Seafood, BT Cafe, Dai Tung Chinese, Hai Phong Vietnamese, Domino's Pizza and House of Dosas. The bus stops near the complex. Commercial Skytrain station is within a short drive from the complex. The Kingsgate Manor has an easy access to downtown, trendy Main St, Metrotown or Richmond. This complex was built in 1997. This four-level building has a frame-wood construction. The complex consists of 66 condo units at 760 Kingsway, 4 townhouse units at 733-747 E 17th Avenue and 11 commercial units. The Kingsgate Manor is pet and rentals friendly building. Most homes offer in-suite laundry, private balcony, laminate floors, gas fireplace, underground parking and a storage.
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