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Urana Mews

458 E 43rd Ave
Vancouver East, V5W 1T4 VVEFR - Fraser VE

  • Levels: 3
  • Suites: 16
  • Status: Completed
  • Built: 1987
  • Title To Land: Freehold Strata
  • Building Type: Strata
  • Strata Plan: VAS1679
  • Management company:  Confidential
  • Bldg#: 4627

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Urana Mews - 458 East 43 Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5W 1T5, VAS1679 - located in Fraser area of Vancouver East, near the crossroads East 43 Avenue and St. George Street. The Urana Mews only steps from MacDonald Park, John Oliver Secondary School, Wong's Market, Persia Food Products, Shoppers Drug Mart, Buy-Low Foods, South Hill Childcare, Koalas School and Memorial South Park. Walking distance to Queen Elizabeth Park, Pitch and Putt Golf Course, Eric Hamber Secondary with its Tennis Courts and Soccer Field, Langara College, Sunset Park, Sunset Community Centre and Oakridge Mall. The bus stops near the complex. The Oakridge Skytrain Station and Langara Skytrain Station are within minutes from the development. The Urana Mews was built in 1987. This three-level building has frame-wood construction. There are 16 units in development and in strata. Pets are allowed. Rentals are not permitted. Most homes offer spacious rooms, open layout, in-suite laundry, laminate floors and a balcony. Some units have mountains view. 

Strata Sub Categories: Strata

Urana Mews Technical Info

Building Name Urana Mews
Address 458 E 43rd Ave
City Vancouver East
Neighborhood Fraser VE
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 3
Units in Development: 16
Units in Strata:16
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1987
ManagementConfidential
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan VAS1679
Title to Land Freehold Strata

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

  1. A N/a - 474 EAST 43RD AVE - VAS378
  2. B 431 East 44th Ave - 431 EAST 44TH AVE - LMS53
  3. C None - 458 EAST 44TH AVE - VAS2600
  4. D 5980 Prince Edward Street - 5980 PRINCE EDWARD STREET - VAS2362
  5. E Oliver - 505 East 44th AVE - EPS4311
  6. F Oliver - 509 East 44th AVE - EPS4311
  7. G Oliver - 507 East 44th AVE - EPS4311
  8. H Oliver - 503 East 44th AVE - EPS4311
  9. I Oliver - 501 East 44th AVE - EPS4311
  10. J Oliver - 5962 St George ST - EPS4311
  11. K Oliver - 5978 St George ST - EPS4311
  12. L Oliver - 5958 St George ST - EPS4311
  13. M Oliver - 5982 St George ST - EPS4311
  14. N Oliver - 5968 St George ST - EPS4311
  15. O St. George - 5731 St. George STREET -
  16. P Fraser Court - 5868 FRASER STREET - BCS2482
  17. Q Mason Block - 6172 FRASER STREET - BCS1388
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February 2019 Market Insights

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.

REBGV January 2019 Market Insights

January sales were down 39% from same period last year. Listings were at 28% for the month.

BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2019)

BC home sales dropped by 25% compared to January last year. Listings were down across the province.

BCREA Housing Market Update (February 2018)

Sales across the province are at a decade low. Listing are up 41% from the same period last year
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