Keefer Block, A New Presale Condo Opportunity in Vancouver’s Exciting Chinatown
Keefer Block is a new pre-construction condo being developed in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown neighbourhood at 189 Keefer St (Main St. and Keefer St.)
Keefer Block will be a striking 81 unit, 10 storey brick and concrete condo tower with retail at ground level and a mix of studio (or, flats) 1, 2, and 3-bedrooms. Units in Keefer Block will start from under $250,000.The building is being developed by Solterra.
The Chinatown area is poised for massive growth, and demand for its newest property is expected to be strong. Contact me today preregister and ensure your place in line.
Keefer Block – A New Opportunity to Buy in One of Vancouver’s Fastest Growing Condo Markets.
The Chinatown area of downtown Vancouver is rapidly gentrifying, attracting hip new restaurants, boutique clothing stores and a host of new developments. Keefer Block is one of the first and will be extremely popular with new entrants into the market attracted by the affordable prices and real estate investors eager to own a piece of this red hot area.
You’ll be close to Skytrain, the Chinatown Night Market, Yaletown, Gastown and the downtown core.
Block 100, A New Vancouver Presale Opportunity in Southeast False Creek’s Reborn Olympic Village
Block 100 is a new presale condo development by Onni at 1st Ave and Manitoba St. in rapidly growing Southeast False Creek near the former Athletes’ Village. Units will start below $270,000, making this an ideal choice for new homebuyers or investors looking for great value in Vancouver’s still red-hot rental market.
The design calls for two towers (15 levels and 10 levels) bookending a 6-storey podium, with a total of 231 homes eventually being offered for sale. Block 100 will boast a mix of traditional condos WITH AIR COOLING and what developers are calling boutique townhomes. On-site retail, myriad amenities and rooftop terraces make this one of Vancouver’s most anticipated new condo developments.
Block 100 – A New Opportunity to Buy in Vancouver’s Hottest Condo Market.
The former Athletes’ Village along the shores of False Creek has definitely undergone a massive change. It has shed its ghost town image and transformed into a vibrant, trendy, dare I say desirable place to live. Block 100 is the latest development to call this area home, offering a location just minutes from the Seawall, Skytrain stations and some of Vancouver’s coolest shopping and entertainment, including the new Urban Fare and London Drugs. Pricing for Suites at this New Presale Vancouver Condo Development Continue Reading…
EVAN, A New Vancouver Presale Opportunity In South Main.
EVAN is a new pre-construction condo development by Greci Developments at 2nd Ave and Scotia Street in the trendy Mount Pleasant neighbourhood. The official address of Evan will be 1908 Scotia Street.
It will combine striking, modern architecture with an amazing location between two of the city’s fastest growing areas in South Main and the False Creek South area (formerly the Olympic Village)
Look for a solid concrete, six-storey midrise with 55 units – 90% of them under $326,000. And as an added bonus, all homes will feature outdoor space and 2-5-10 year home warranties.
Demand will be strong, so contact me soon to ensure your place in line for this presale opportunity.
EVAN – Located in one of the city’s coolest new neighbourhoods.
View Larger Map EVAN boasts one of the city’s most enviable locations. It’s in the rapidly gentrifying South Main area, within a 10-minute walk to both the Canada Line and Expo Line SkyTrain stations. It’s also close to the restaurants and boutiques of Main St., the expanding commercial and entertainment districts in the former Athletes Village and very accessible to downtown.
And, since EVAN is one of the early developments in this area, you’ll get this all at some of the best prices for new condos I’ve seen in years. Floor Plans at EVAN
The EVAN is being touted as a “boutique” development, a euphemism for smaller, efficient spaces. But brilliant design and outdoor space part of each unit, residents won’t notice at all. The 1-bedrooms will range between 440 sq ft and 512 sq ft (with additional square footage for exterior balconies) The 2-bedroom units start at 836 sq ft top out at 936 sq ft. Developers have suggested the 3-bedroom units will be between 1043 sq. ft and 1200 sq ft.
The Greater Vancouver housing market saw a slight increase in the number of home sales, a slight reduction in the number of listings, and a slight decrease in home prices in October compared to the summer months. With those changes, the sales-to-active-listings ratio increased to 11 per cent in October from 8 per cent in September.
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reported 1,931 residential property sales of detached, attached and apartment properties on the region’s Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) in October, a 16.7 per cent decline compared to the 2,317 sales in October 2011 and a 27.4 per cent increase compared to the 1,516 home sales in September 2012. October sales were 28.5 per cent below the 10-year October sales average of 2,700.
“Buyer demand increased slightly in October compared to the previous few months,” Sandra Wyant, REBGV president-elect said. “Overall conditions in today’s market remain in favour of buyers, with low interest rates, more choice, and less time pressure in terms of decision-making. This translates into a calmer atmosphere for those looking to buy a home and it places more onus on sellers to ensure their homes are priced to compete in today’s marketplace.” New listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Greater Vancouver totalled Continue Reading…