At a Glance
- located at West 29th & Cambie
- 8 x 2 & 3-storey courtyard rowhouse buildings
- 30 air-conditioned townhomes
- steps from Queen Elizabeth Park
- near Hillcrest Community Centre & Nat Bailey Stadium
- walking distance to King Edward Station
- short distance to Cambie Village restaurants
- close to Oakridge Centre shopping
Urban Family Living
Situated west of Cambie Street in a quiet neighbourhood, Park W29 is a collection of 30 modern townhomes by Redekop Kroeker Development coming soon to Vancouver’s Westside. These 3-bedroom residences are arranged rowhouse style around a central courtyard and built over an underground parkade. Four blocks of four units face 29th Avenue and two blocks of four units, plus two blocks of three units, are oriented along the lane. Substantial outdoor living space is provided through patios and roof decks, in addition to a plaza and children’s play area in the courtyard. With more living space and less maintenance, Park W29 homes will appeal to families, professionals, and right-sizing buyers.
At Park W29, you and your family will enjoy a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle with daily necessities, schools, and community amenities all within a 5-minute radius by foot or by bike. Popular Queen Elizabeth Park is just across the street, while Hillcrest Centre’s recreational facilities, Nat Bailey Stadium, and the Little Mountain Disc Golf Course are nearby on 33rd Avenue. King Edward Station at 25th Avenue offers quick, car-free connections to Downtown, Richmond, and YVR Airport. However, with the exciting Oakridge Centre redevelopment slated for completion in 2024, all your shopping, professional services, dining, and entertainment needs will be close at hand.
Pricing for Park W29
Starting from $1,489,900. Sign up to our VIP list above for priority access to Park W29 updates.
Floor Plans for Park W29
Two types of townhome will be offered. Streetside residences will be available in five different floorplans of 1,564 sq ft consisting of three floors and a bottom parking entry. Laneway residences will be available in three different floorplans of 1,195 sq ft consisting of two floors, a roof deck, and a basement.
Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.
Interiors by The Creative DesignWorks feature 9′ ceilings on the main floors, wide-plank hardwood flooring, integrated European appliances, and non-porous quartz countertops.
Amenities at Park W29
Each residence will have private rooftop decks, balconies, and patios facing a shared courtyard and the street or laneway. The courtyard will also contain a plaza, children’s play area, and urban agriculture plots.
Parking and Storage
A single-level underground parkade will provide 42 vehicle parking stalls—of which 2 are accessible—with electric vehicle chargers, 43 bicycle spaces, and secure storage rooms or lockers for each home. Short-term bicycle parking will be provided by racks located in the courtyard plaza.
Maintenance Fees at Park W29
Developer Team for Park W29
Redekop is a small group of real estate development professionals headed by James Redekop, whose family has been in land development for more than 45 years. To date, Redekop has developed approximately $400 million worth of real estate, including more than 3,500 residential condominiums and townhomes — both woodframe and concrete — as well as over 300,000 sq ft of industrial warehouse space. Landmark projects can be seen throughout the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island, Whistler, and the Okanagan.
Gateway Architecture & The Creative DesignWorks are a progressive, award-winning team with vast expertise in all aspects of residential and commercial architecture, and interior design. Projects include custom single-family homes, multi-family developments, retail centres, offices, restaurants, and sports facilities. Developments previously featured here include French, Edgemont Walk, The Leveson, and Artesia.
Expected Completion for Park W29
Move-in ready by summer 2022.
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