At a Glance
- located at Murdoch Avenue & Mah Bing Street
- 2 x 15-storey & 1 x 10-storey towers
- 222 condominiums & 10 townhomes
- adjacent to Minoru Park amenities
- steps away from CF Richmond Centre shopping
- walking distance to Brighouse SkyTrain station
- near Samuel Brighouse Elementary & Richmond Secondary schools
- close to a large variety of dining options
- 10-minute drive to YVR International Airport
Coming soon to Richmond Centre, Park Residences II by Yue Hwa is a collection of 232 condominiums, townhomes, and luxury penthouses adjacent to Minoru Park — the green heart of Richmond. From its three striking towers, enjoy sweeping city and picturesque park views.
Located between Minoru Park and CF Richmond Centre, Park Residences II achieves top scores for walking, cycling, and transit. Enjoy the daily conveniences of shopping, dining, recreation, and culture — all within walking distance — while also just minutes from YVR Airport and downtown Vancouver. Experience the beauty and wellbeing of living parkside.
Pricing for Park Residences II
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Floor Plans for Park Residences II
This next phase of Park Residences will offer 10 parkside townhomes and a selection of 1- to 3-bedroom condominiums and luxury penthouses in three towers. Twelve residences will adopt basic universal housing standards. The proposed unit mix is:
- 46 x 1-bedroom
- 117 x 2-bedroom
- 50 x 3-bedroom
- 9 x 4-bedroom
- 10 x townhouses
Amenities at Park Residences II
Tower C indoor common areas include a fitness room on the ground floor, an amenity room on the second floor, and an indoor swimming pool on Level 4. Adjoining the pool is an extensive outdoor landscaped amenity space featuring a children’s play area with a kid table and sitting poles, a play house, a spring toy, and a play tower with climbing net, wood post, and plastic slide. In addition, there’s a patio, sod lawn, and a community garden.
Towers D & E share an amenity room on the ground floor and on Level 4, a fitness room and an indoor swimming pool with an adjoining outdoor terrace that includes a deck with seating and a children’s play area. A major greenway will connect Mah Bing Street and Minoru Park. The greenway will provide the public a plaza with public art, benches, gardens, and lawns for play or picnics.
Parking and Storage
Parking is located in the two building podiums with most levels above ground. There are a total of 358 vehicle stalls, of which 47 are for visitors and 9 are accessible. All resident vehicle stalls will have EV charging outlets. Bicycle storage rooms in the parkade will provide 340 residential spaces. Secure visitor bicycle spaces will be located near the visitor vehicle parking for each of the three towers. Loading will be accommodated within laybys adjacent to each of the parkade entrances.
Maintenance Fees at Park Residences II
Developer Team for Park Residences II
Since its establishment in in 1959, Yue Hwa is one of the Hong Kong’s well-established retail groups. From a single small-sized department store, they have grown a large property portfolio that includes department stores, shopping centres, and specialty stores. Yue Hwa has branched out to property investments as far afield as Beijing and Vancouver. Park Residences at Minoru is their flagship development in Canada.
W.T. Leung has been providing urban design, architecture, and interior design services in the Greater Vancouver area since 1985. They have a diverse range of experience, including government buildings, office and retail developments, hotels, shopping centres, high-rise and low-rise residential and mixed use developments, master planning for residential communities, schools and recreational facilities. Site visitors may be familiar with some of their more recent, sold out projects, such as 188 Keefer, Citti, and King Edward Green.
Expected Completion for Park Residences II
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