At a Glance
- located at Lakeshore Road & Richter Street
- two 6-storey buildings
- 127 condos + 7 townhomes
- 8 commercial retail units
- across the street from Boyce-Gyro Beach Park
- near Mission Park Shopping Centre
- close to Okanagan College
- 6-minute drive to Michaelbrook Golf Club
- within 10 minutes from South Kelowna vineyards
- 12-minute drive to downtown Kelowna restaurants & cultural venues
Worth the Wait
Over a decade in the making, Cressey Development Group presents Caban, a mixed-use beachfront development with 127 upscale condominiums, 7 townhomes, and 8 retail units. Designed by local Meiklejohn Architects, two 6-story concrete buildings are joined by a podium that consist of a parkade wrapped by commercial units and townhouses. The podium roof features a resident terrace with an infinity lap pool that showcases captivating views of Lake Okanagan.
Across from popular Gyro Beach in Kelowna’s South Pandosy neighbourhood, Caban residents are situated at a gateway that connects the surrounding recreational, residential, and retail areas to the Mission commercial centre in the north. Enjoy locally-owned boutiques, markets, wellness centres, cafes, and restaurants in nearby Pandosy Village. With one of Kelowna’s finest beaches right outside your door, go for a swim, relax by the water, or take a winter walk along the lakeside. With approximately 2,000 hours of annual sunshine, there’s plenty of time to enjoy the Okanagan’s championship golf courses, activities on the lake, and the region’s award-winning wineries. Inspired by the connection to nature, Caban sets the standard for Kelowna lakeside living.
Pricing for Caban
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Floor Plans for Caban
A selection of floorplans range from 583 – 1,552 sq ft, with one to three bedrooms. Seven 2-bedroom townhomes fronting Richter Street have private front entries with a landscaped patio, private garages, and private roof decks. Choose your ideal home from the following unit mix:
- 51 x 1-bedroom
- 68 x 2-bedroom
- 4 x 3-bedroom
- 7 x townhouses
Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.
Amenities at Caban
Nestled between the two lowrise buildings is an outdoor terrace featuring resort-like amenities, including an infinity lap pool; a pool house with a lounge, barbeque, and bistro seating; private cabanas with fire tables; and spectacular views of the lake and city.
Parking and Storage
An interior parkade will provide storage for 78 bicycles, a loading bay, and stalls for 208 vehicles, of which 33 are commercial and 21 for visitors. Racks for 12 visitor bikes are located at grade around the site perimeter.
Maintenance Fees at Caban
Developer Team for Caban
After 40 years in the business, Vancouver-based Cressey Development Group has remained committed to the pursuit of superior design and quality construction. From conception to completion, every Cressey-built space is the result of extensive collaboration by a team of leading industry professionals and highly experienced development and construction personnel. This collaborative process leads to thoughtful attention to detail, numerous landmark buildings, as well as industry awards from the Urban Development Institute, Canadian Home Builders Association of BC, and others. Projects previously featured here include Format, Chelsea, Mason, and Sterling.
Founded in 1953 as one of the first registered architectural practices in the Okanagan Valley, award-winning Meiklejohn Architects is one of the largest firms in the British Columbia Interior. The firm has designed projects throughout the province — from Port Alberni to Cranbrook and from Prince Rupert to Fort St. John, as well as in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. The firm serves many public-sector clients including municipalities, school districts, universities and colleges, as well as private corporations, non-profit organizations, and individuals.
Expected Completion for Caban
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