At a Glance
- located at Gilbert & Williams
- 5 x 3-storey woodframe buildings
- 15 freehold townhomes
- 5-minute walk to Steveston-London Secondary School & London Park
- 10 minutes from Maple Lane Elementary School
- short drive to Broadmoor Village & Richlea Square shopping
- 4 minutes from Richmond Country Club
- 6-minute drive to CF Richmond Centre
- 7 minutes from Steveston Village
Modern Homes that Inspire
Williams Living is an exclusive collection of 15 luxury townhomes by Natland Group, coming soon to Richmond’s Broadmoor neighbourhood. From the customizable rooftop garden patios to German-engineered kitchens, these homes were built to inspire. Manage your household through Google Home by controlling your wi-fi connected appliances, creating reminders, and playing music in whatever room you prefer. Access your private rooftop with a sophisticated, hands-free automatic door. Never worry about forgetting your keys with the Nest x Yale lock.
Located in central Richmond, you’re less than a 10-minute drive to everything you need. Find daily necessities just down the street at Broadmoor Village and Richlea Square, or shop ’til you drop at CF Richmond Centre. For families, parks and K-12 schools are a short walk away. Enjoy a weekend bike ride along the dyke and reward yourself with fish & chips at Pajo’s in the historic Steveston Fisherman’s Wharf. Or treat yourself to an extravagant banquet at one of the 70 restaurants on Richmond’s legendary Food Street. Each day is what you make of it. There’s so much more life to be had.
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Floor Plans for Williams Living
Williams Living offers a choice of 15 unique layouts, ranging from 1,259 – 1,465 sq ft. Homes feature 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 2-car garages. Most have three floors and include a 400-sq-ft private rooftop deck. You can browse floorplans online at the Williams Living website.
Williams Living Interiors
The living area features an open format layout carefully designed to create a seamless flow throughout the homes. Creative storage solutions have been implemented to reduce clutter.
Your Elevated Kitchen
Designed and constructed in Germany by Bauformat, custom cabinetry made from premium materials achieves a modern and integrated design aesthetic with a sleek, clean look. The elevated quality of the kitchens is palpable.
Take time for yourself and unwind in your en suite featuring double vanities, glass-enclosed showers, and natural stone finishes.
Amenities at Williams Living
Residents can enjoy a landscaped common area with a wooden deck, seating area, and a small activity space.
Parking and Storage
Each home has an attached 2-car garage. Five off-street visitor parking spaces are available, including one accessible stall. Some plans have additional in-suite storage space.
Developer Team for Williams Living
Natland Group is a real estate development company based in North Vancouver, focused on multi-family residential projects in the Lower Mainland.
Richmond-based Zhao XD Architect provides a full range of architectural and planning services to the private and public sectors. With over 25 years of professional experience, projects have ranged from single-family homes to large-scale residential, commercial, cultural, and institutional buildings. Zhao XD Architect utilizes state-of-art computer modeling, simulation, and CAD techniques to provide the best possible services that respect clients’ programmatic, budgetary, and time constraints.
With over 15 years of experience in the real estate industry, encompassing both construction and design, iD Design Consulting is a multidisciplinary design-build firm founded by Jacqueline Wu and Mike Kim. iD takes pride in thinking “outside the box” – from project naming, brand positioning to interior design. Together with expert construction management services, iD provides their clients with a seamless project experience.
Expected Completion for Williams Living
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