Chancellor House - 6015 Iona Drive, Vancouver, BC V6T 2J4, Strata Plan: BCS1228, 4 storeys, 48 units, built 2007, crossing roads: Westbrook Mall and Iona Drive. Situated within a vibrant University of British Columbia campus, nestled between the green spaces and trails of Pacific Spirit Regional Park and the ocean beaches, Chancellor House by Intracorp is a collection of terraced apartments and duplex townhomes in an eclectic West Coast Style that responds to the existing buildings, both heritage and modern. The project includes 97 studios, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes ranging from 752 to 2112 sq. ft at 5978 - 5988 Chancellor Mews, 5989 Iona Drive, 6006, 6010, 6018 & 6022 Chancellor Mews, and 6015 Iona Drive
Designed by award winning Ramsay Worden Architects, this solid concrete low-rise showcases dramatic architecture with terracing the building as a natural response to the terrain and extensive use of cut granite on the exterior to complement the historic Iona Building. Beautifully landscaped ponds and courtyards provide a reprieve from the pace of the city. The interiors, by BBA Design Consultants Inc., have a modern minimalist fashion, with cozy natural gas fireplace, quality hardwood flooring, granite countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances, and luxury bathroom. spacious balconies, patios and terraces invite outdoor entertainment, and many homes offer stunning views from Vancouver Island all the way around to Vancouver's downtown skyline. The building also offers underground parking stalls, storage lockers plus bike room.
All Chancellor Place residents are close to St. Marks College, Corpus Christi College, Dr. John Micallef Memorial Library, The Carey Centre, The Vancouver School of Theology, St. Ignatius Parish, University Centre and Sage Bistro, Thea Koerner House, Frederic Wood Theatre, Norman Mackenize House, trails to Tower Beach, Wreck Beach and Spanish Banks, Rose Garden and Flag Pole Plaza, The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, The Museum of Anthropology, The Anglican Theological College of British Columbia, St Andrew's Hall, Mary Bollert Hall, Green College, Cecil Green Park House, Koerner's Pub and the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery.