At a Glance
- located at 72 Avenue & 204 Street
- two 4-storey woodframe building
- 132 condominiums
- near R.C. Garnett Demonstration Elementary & R.E Mountain Secondary schools
- just blocks from Willoughby Community Park & Langley Events Centre
- 3 minutes to SmartCentres Langley, Walmart & Costco
- 6-minute drive to Willowbrook Shopping Centre
- 7 minutes from Cascades Casino
- 8-minute drive to Kwantlen Polytechnic
- 10 minutes to Clayton Hills Golf Course
Naturally Great Living
Centrally located between blooming Willoughbyand booming Willowbrook, Flora & Fauna is a new community of 132 condominiums by Tangerine Developments and SageBrook Properties. Consisting of two 4-storey woodframe lowrises, this urban collection of 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom homes offers a choice of 11 floorplans with 683 – 980 sq ft of interior space. Each building includes its own 4,500-sq-ft landscaped courtyard featuring a children’s play area, grill kitchen, sheltered seating, and community gardening plots. Separate underground parking garages provide space for secure bicycle storage, lockers, and parking for 89 vehicles.
Central Gordon Estate is a family-friendly neighbourhood with schools, shopping, parks, and recreation ̵ all within three kilometres. Satisfy your everyday necessities at Willowbrook, Willowbrook Park, SmartCentres Langley, or Langley Crossing with household retailers including Costco, London Drugs, Save-on-Foods, Walmart, Canadian Tire, and Toys”R”Us. Just up 200 Street, Willoughby Community Centre offers a playground, sports fields, a spray park, fitness centre, and multi-purpose rooms. Next door, the Langley Events Centre hosts a variety of indoor events and games throughout the year. With Highway 1 just 10 minutes away, residents can head to downtown Vancouver for a full day of adventures in just 30 minutes, or east to Abbotsford, Chilliwack, or Harrison Hot Springs for a scenic daytrip. Life at Flora & Fauna is down-to-earth.
Pricing for Flora & Fauna
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Floor Plans for Flora & Fauna
Choose your ideal home from a selection of 10 standard and one adaptable floorplans. Layouts range from 683 – 980 sq ft with each building offering the following unit mix:
- 12 x 1-bedroom + den
- 25 x 2-bedroom
- 4 x adaptable 2-bedroom
- 23 x 2-bedroom + den
- 2 x 3-bedroom
Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.
Amenities at Flora & Fauna
Each building features a landscaped courtyard with an outdoor grill kitchen and trellis-covered dining space, a children’s play area, and community garden plots.
Parking and Storage
Each building will have a one-level underground garage for 66 storage lockers, 78 bicycle spaces, and 89 vehicle parking stalls, of which 6 accessible. There are also 10 visitor parking spaces at ground level.
Maintenance Fees at Flora & Fauna
Developer Team for Flora & Fauna
Flora & Fauna is a project by Surrey developers, Tangerine Developments and Sagebrooke Properties.
Since 2009, Tangerine Developments has garnered a reputation of quality home building throughout Greater Vancouver. Tangerine prides in the workmanship and customer service it provides to its customers as they understand that a new home is an important investment one makes. They use innovation, modern styling, and out-of-the-box thinking to create functional living spaces that fit client’s daily lives without compromising style. Having built their own family homes, they know the importance of planning, design development, durability, and quality.
Form. Landscape. Artistic. Technical. Flat Architecture is a Surrey-based practice providing design services for residential, mixed use, commercial, and retail projects. FLAT is their philosophy for creating healthy, environmentally-friendly buildings that are smart, responsive, and live. These include Fraser Manse, South Grove Tsawwassen, The Jericho, and Westwood at Tynehead Park.
Expected Completion for Flora & Fauna
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