Yaletown building polished into roomy gem 0
In the market for a Yaletown condo that has all the modern amenities and warranties of a new development, but isn’t a glorified shoebox?
Pacific Point by Nat Bosa’s Bosa Development just might be your best bet.
All 214 residential suites in this 20-year-old tower have been gutted and redesigned for modern living. Yet, they still boast those same spacious floor plans that are all but obsolete in downtown Vancouver these days.
So starting at $369,900, you can get a large one-bedroom-and-den home that boasts a deluxe kitchen with imported Italian Armony Cucine wood-and-lacquer cabinetry, quartz countertops and backsplash, energy-efficient stainless steel appliances, and a contemporary undermount sink.
The lavishly finished bathrooms are just as impressive, complete with designer porcelain floor tiles and luxurious soaker tubs. Then there’s the panoramic views of False Creek, English Bay, North Shore mountains and, of course, Vancouver’s beautiful cityscape.
As for the state of the building, it’s got such “good bones” (as they say) that it’s protected by a 2-5-10 warranty. Pacific Point offers the same lasting peace of mind as buying a home built from scratch in 2013.
In addition to updating the homes, Bosa renovated the gym and created a brand new lounge for residents with wet bar and pool table. But those aren’t the only amenities in this decked-out Yaletown gem. Pacific Point also has its own lap pool, sauna, hot tub and yoga studio.
All this will be ready for occupancy this May. But you can check out the sales centre at 1323 Homer St. — which includes four display suites — as early as this Saturday. After that, the sales centre will be open daily, except Fridays, from noon to 5 p.m.
For more info, visit pacificpointcondos.com.