Parc Vue - 12040 222nd Street, Maple Ridge, BC, BCP50302. Centrally located in the West Central area of Maple Ridge on the corner of 222nd Street, Church Avenue and Brown Avenue. Situated on the shores of the Fraser River and nestled against the Coastal Mountains. This sleek and polished 75 unit condominuim project comes to you from the award winning Focus Architecture Inc. designer with well thought out floor plans and 2 color pallets.
Some of the features included in this development are designer kitchens with Corian style countertops, undermount sinks, full height backsplash, soft close cabinets, 9 foot ceilings, delux plumbing and lighting packages. Other building features include secured underground parking, twin elevators, rain screen, concrete topping on all interior floors to assist in noise reduction and 30 year fibreglass laminated foor shingles.
Parc Vue is located just 45 kilometers east of Vancouver, a 45 minute ride on the West Coast Express. Close to public transit that connects to other parts of Maple Ridge and the rest of the Lower Mainland throught the Coquitlam station. Grocery shopping is also walking distance away and includes Thrifty Foods, Save-on-Foods, Safeway, Real Canadian Superstore and Extra Foods. Local Shopping Malls in the area include Haney Place Mall, Valley Fair Mall, Westgate Centre, Landmark Plaza, The Junction, Meadowtown Mall and many more.
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|Units in Development: ||75|
|Units in Strata:||75|
||Architect Name||Focus Architecture I||
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REBGV Housing Market Update For Novemberr 2018
Sales for November were down 43% from the same period last year. 3,461 new listings were recorded in November
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