At a Glance
- located at Kingsway & McMurray
- 3 towers ranging from 33 to 65 storeys
- 1,309 condominiums
- 66,000-sq-ft “Sky Park” outdoor amenity space
- 48,000 sq ft of indoor amenity space
- 30,000 sq ft of shops & services
- surrounded by outstanding shopping, restaurants, services
- steps from Metrotown SkyTrain station
- near Bonsor Recreation Complex
- 8-minute drive to BCIT
Spaces for Living Well
The transformation of Metrotown from a suburban style auto-oriented shopping mall into a dynamic, pedestrian-focused mixed-use development begins now with Concord Metrotown. Concord Pacific’s master-planned community on the 9-acre Sears Metrotown site is the first development in the Metro Downtown neighbourhood. Seven towers will be built in four phases over mixed-use podiums to create vertical villages with terraces of commercial development surrounding highrise living.
Located on Kingsway between McMurray Avenue and Nelson Avenue, Sky Park is the first phase of Concord Metrotown. It consists of 1,309 new homes in three residential towers, ranging from 33 to 65 storeys, built above a 3-storey podium with 48,000 sq ft of indoor resident amenities on the top floor and two levels of commercial space below. This will include two anchor retail spaces, an 8,500-sq-ft restaurant space, and two 2,000-sq-ft cafe spaces.
At Sky Park, you’ll enjoy just about everything you need and desire without leaving the community. Four major shopping districts will fulfill your retail needs — from unique ingredients while you shop at local grocers to trendsetting designs that will enhance your wardrobe. Sample global dishes created by local chefs at the wide selection of nearby restaurants. Enrich your life by balancing urban energy with nature breaks at Central, Burnaby Lake, or Deer Lake parks. With 25% of Burnaby’s land designated as parks and open spaces, opportunities are boundless. To travel to other corners of Greater Vancouver, most places can be easily reached within 30 minutes by bike, transit, or car.
With re-imagined living, exceptional amenity spaces, and Concord’s innovative wellness systems, Concord Metrotown is designed for the next generation of condo living.
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Floor Plans for Concord Metrotown
The first release of Sky Park homes will feature spacious 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom suites in the Central Tower. This is where functionality and luxury coexist. Enjoy the unparalleled convenience of integrated home automation, European stainless steel appliances, and a unique steamer closet to refresh and sanitize garments with ease.
Grand Tower Suite Mix:
- 72 x studios from 398 – 538 sq ft
- 72 x 1-bedroom from 538 – 603 sq ft
- 70 x 1-bedroom (adaptable) from 538 – 603 sq ft
- 106 x 1-bedroom + den from 603 – 700 sq ft
- 143 x 2-bedroom from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 1 x 2-bedroom (adaptable) from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 85 x 2-bedroom + den from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 42 x 3-bedroom from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 42 x 3-bedroom (adaptable) from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 18 x 3-bedroom + den (adaptable) from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 4 x 1,245-sq-ft 4-bedroom
Central Tower Suite Mix:
- 98 x studios from 398 – 538 sq ft
- 82 x 1-bedroom from 538 – 603 sq ft
- 82 x 1-bedroom (adaptable) from 538 – 603 sq ft
- 131 x 2-bedroom from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 16 x 2-bedroom + den from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 9 x 3-bedroom from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 8 x 3-bedroom (adaptable) from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 2 x 3-bedroom + den (adaptable) from 904 -1,166 sq ft
West Tower Suite Mix:
- 21 x studios from 398 – 538 sq ft
- 43 x 2-bedroom from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 58 x 2-bedroom (adaptable) from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 29 x 2-bedroom + den from 753 – 861 sq ft
- 72 x 3-bedroom from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 1 x 3-bedroom (adaptable) from 904 -1,166 sq ft
- 2 x 3-bedroom + den (adaptable) from 904 -1,166 sq ft
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Amenities at Concord Metrotown
Featuring three beautiful spheres of private gardens and gathering places — all connected with a network of pathways and a revolutionary 400m running loop — the 66,000-sq-ft Sky Park level is the crown jewel of the project. From the iconic conservatory to the barrel saunas, from the outdoor sports court to the majestic orangerie, Sky Park caters to physical and mental wellness of its residents.
- Outdoor Sports Court
- Pet Spa & Dog Park
- Yoga Lawn
- Fitness Centre
- Swimming Pool
- Barrel Sauna
- Children’s Water Play Area
- Tea House
- Co-working Space
- Outdoor Work Pods
- Entertainment Lounge
Additional indoor amenities include a “Gear-Up Zone” on Level 2, consisting of:
- Gear Room with Bike Loop
- Virtual Bike Room
- Gaming Lounge
- Bike-in/Bike-out Storage
- Guest Suites
To increase multi-modal access, a new network of road connections and frontage improvements is also proposed. In Phase 1 of the Concord Metrotown development, these will include replacement of the existing plaza at the corner of Nelson Avenue and Kingsway, construction of a second plaza at the southwest comer of Nelson Avenue and Kingsway, and construction of a parkette at the southwest corner of Nelson Avenue and Metro Way.
The Stream Plaza — located at the site’s symbolic gateway — envisions accessible seating areas, outdoor restaurant and cafe patios, and opportunities for water play. The Lake Plaza has a more residential orientation that features seating oriented around a semi-covered area with water that flows below the signature tower into the lobby. An enclosed dog walk, an extensively-landscaped seating area, and an outdoor games area for activities — such as table tennis, chess, or bocce
— are proposed for the Metro Way Parkette.
Parking and Storage
Off-street parking will be contained in a 7-level underground parkade, of which 5 ½ levels are for residents and 1 ½ are for customers and employees of commercial tenants. The parkade will accommodate 1,485 resident vehicles (148 visitor and 16 accessible) and 193 commercial. Electric vehicle plug-in stations will be available at 168 residential spaces. There will also be 14 car share vehicles and 14 car wash stalls.
Secure residential bicycle storage will be accommodated in 2,618 lockers. Further spaces will be available for 131 visitor and 39 commercial bicycles. Loading zones are to be provided by 7 residential and 4 commercial bays.
Maintenance Fees at Concord Metrotown
Developer Team for Concord Metrotown
Concord Pacific is a residential and commercial real estate investment and development firm formed in 1987 to develop Concord Pacific Place on the former Expo Lands in downtown Vancouver. Since then, Concord has completed over 100 residential and mixed use buildings with more than 50 in various stages of planning and development. Over the past 25 years, the Concord Group of companies has also grown into other industry sectors, including software and information technology, telecommunications, as well as green energy projects in solar, wind, and hydroelectric power generation. Past projects include Avenue One, Park George, W1, and The Arc.
IBI Group Architects is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm that was founded in Vancouver and Toronto in 1974. By integrating their four core disciplines (urban land, facilities, transportation and systems), they develop holistic strategies that shape the urban environment for a more sustainable future. Current projects of theirs featured here include, Italia, 1075 Nelson, Passages, and 16th & Cambie.
LIV Design Studio is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary design firm established in 2012 by Olivia Lam. With a strong focus on interior design, LDS has incorporated other aspects of design into their work, including branding, animation, illustration, and computer-generated artistry. This has evolved into an approach where interiors are envisioned from a perspective of where tech, design, and culture meet.
Expected Completion for Concord Metrotown
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