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618 Carnarvon - 618 Carnarvon Street, New Westminster, BC V3M 1E9, Canada. Crossroads are Carnarvon Street and 6th Street. This 33-storey residential tower offers 262 beautiful contemporary one, two, and three bedroom homes and townhomes. With over 30,000 sq. ft. of outdoor green space and private amenities. Situated on a three-storey podium encapsulating the TransLink tracks to mitigate noise, 13 townhomes open up to an expansive landscaped garden overlooking the river. Estimated completion in 2022. Developed by Skyllen Pacific. Architecture by GBL Architects. Interior design by Portico Design Group.
Located in the heart of a pedestrian-orientated, transit-friendly community, 618 Carnarvon is conveniently set in the citys entertainment and cultural district. A block from the animated Columbia Street, a five-minute walk from two SkyTrain stations, and mere steps to theatres and restaurants, its central location also means major destinations throughout the Lower Mainland are less than 30 minutes away by SkyTrain or on-site car share.
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||618 Carnarvon St
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|Units in Development: ||262|
|Units in Strata:||262|
||Skyllen Pacific Development|
||GBL Architects Group
||Portico Design Group|
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October 2019 Market Insights
BCREA Housing Market Update (November 2019)
BC home sales rose 19% in October. Listings in Ocober where below the 10 year average.
BCREA Housing Market Update (October 2019)
BC sales up 24% year over year in October. Listings across the province are down again.
September 2019 Market Insights
September home sales in up 46% from last year. There were 4,866 new listings in September
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REBGV Housing Market Update For August 2019
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