St. James Place 225 E 5 St, North Vancouver, BC V7L 4L4, Canada LMS2852. St. James Place is located on 5th Street and St. Georges Avenue in a convenient neighbourhood of North Vancouver. Built in 1997, St. James Place offers 9 homes that are self managed: 604-988-3651. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, and management. Features of St. James Place include in suite laundry, and a rooftop deck. St. James Place allows pets with restrictions, and does not allow rentals.
This is a prime location just minutes away from North Vancouver District Public Library, St. Andrews Park, Safeway, Empire Theatres, and Lionsgate Hospital. There are also many excellent restaurants nearby to chose from including Palki Best Indian Cuisine, Memphis Blues Bbq, Neighbourhood Noodle House, Pasparos Taverna Greek Food, and Red Chilli Szechuan Restaurant. It is also close to Londsale Quay which has many specialty shops and the seabus which is just a short ride over to the heart of downtown Vancouver.
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