Platform - 83 Moody Street, Port Moody, BC V3H 2B7, Canada. Retail space is on the ground floor at Platform, which is set back from the street to create public meeting places.
The terraced design of Platform thoughtfully integrates a variety of homes, for a wide range of people, rather than one home type. The overall form is brought together with brick work that is both modern and reflective of the neighbourhoods industrial roots, creating an architecturally interesting building that respects both community and landscape. Platform features ground floor junior 1 bedrooms, townhomes, 1-3 bedroom condos, and live-work lofts. On the exterior youll find a mixture of heritage style brick work with black window mullions and balcony railings. The building is made modern with white frames, that lighten the overall form, and large window panels, which provide ample light to each and every home.
Platform is located on the corner of Clarke Street and Moody street.
Platform Technical Info
||83 Moody St
||Port Moody Centre
|Listing Price Range
|Units in Development: ||104|
|Units in Strata:||108|
||Aragon Properties Ltd.|
||GBL Architects Group
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