Miximillian at 1040 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6H 4C8, Strata Plan Number VAS1767. Built in 1986 with 28 units over 4 levels. Located in the Fairview area of Vancouver West, near the crossroads of West 8th Avenue and Oak Street. Complex features include in-suite laundry, elevator, storage, garden and parking. Just a few blocks away from the Vancouver Generel Hospital and Vancouver City Hall. Located minutes from Granville Island, seawall, parks, shopping, skytrain station. A short walk to College Of Speech & Hearing Health Professionals of BC, Kester Grant College LTD, College Educacentre College, Montessori Family School Society, False Creek Elementary School, International House Vancouver - Modern Languages, Pacific Coast Community College/B C Resident Care Aid, Vancouver Premier College Of Hotel Management Ltd, Emily Carr University of Art + Design and Blanche Macdonald Centre (City Square). Steps to Choklit Park, Willow Park, Charleson Park, Sutcliffe Park, Granville Loop Park, David Lam Park and George Wainborn Park. A short drive to Red Robin, thai food wimaan restaurant, Pizza Cono - Organic Food, A Taste Of Vietnam Restaurant, Minato Sushi Restaurant, Saravanaa Bhavan. A few blocks Dean's Food Store, Whole Foods Market and City Square Shopping Centre, Bank of Nova Scotia, Scotiabank and CIBC.
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