At a Glance
- located at West 29th & Ash Street
- seven 3-storey woodframe buildings
- 46 townhomes
- on the 29th Avenue bikeway
- 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
Timeless Urban Living with Contemporary Flair
Featuring elegant, understated design, Dahlia is the latest elegant offering by Sightline Properties from The QE Collection. These 46 luxurious Cambie Corridor townhomes feature lush surroundings with mature trees, including a prominent maple tree that will stand as a beautiful and inviting landmark for locals. The architecture is carefully crafted to highlight each individual home, creating a familiar and friendly streetscape experience that compliments the character of the surrounding community.
The QE Collection — Just West, Seasons, and Dahlia — is a trio of refined West Side townhome communities centred around Vancouver’s 130-acre Queen Elizabeth Park. The park features a conservatory with tropical plants and birds, manicured gardens, pitch & putt golf, pickleball and tennis courts, disc golf, a duck pond, and ample green space for picnics. Across the street, Hillcrest Aquatic Centre is your centre for health and wellness facilities, while next door catch a ball game or stock up at the farmers market at Nat Bailey Stadium. Nearby, Cambie Village offers grocery shopping at Choices Markets, household items at Shoppers Drug Mart, cafés, multi-cultural restaurants, independent shops, and art house movies at the Park Theatre. For events and activities beyond the neighbourhood, hop on the Canada Line for convenient, car-free connections to Downtown, Oakridge, Richmond, and YVR Airport.
Pricing for Dahlia
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Floor Plans for Dahlia
Dahlia will consist of three 3-storey buildings of four and six units, with 16 townhomes facing West 29th Avenue and five facing Ash Street. These homes all have extensive green roofs. At the rear of the property, sixteen 2½-storey townhouses are laid out in three buildings with five and six units.
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Amenities at Dahlia
An outdoor amenity space features an open-air kitchen, dining table, and a trellis. A kids’ play area on the northeast corner of the site features stepping stumps, a log table and chairs, and a play hut.
Parking and Storage
There will be a single level of underground parking with 53 vehicle stalls.
Developer Team for Dahlia
Sightline Properties is a Vancouver-based real estate development company backed by over 50 years of industry expertise in development, construction, and property management. Sightline prides itself in creating homes with quality craftsmanship, expert building design, and luxurious and livable interiors. The company is committed to adding complementary communities to Vancouver’s urban setting, and believes in building homes for homeowners. Other Sightline projects featured here include Just West and Seasons.
Yamamoto Architecture is a young design-oriented firm focused on multi-family and mixed-use buildings. They are currently working on projects ranging in scale from single-family homes to concrete high-rises, including Willow, Main & Twentieth, Monument, and 1220 and 1298 East Hastings.
Annaliesse Kelly leads a team of passionate and talented designers at AK Design who strive to create the best commercial, corporate, and residential interior designs in the country. Having been a part of the design world for fifteen years, Annaliesse has earned four Georgie nominations and a win along the way. Before launching her own company, Annaliesse worked with architectural firms, as an in-house designer for a major design-build company, and as a consultant for other interior design firms. Previous AK Design projects include Just West, The Morrison, and Elevate at Sunstone.
Expected Completion for Dahlia
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