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Artesia Metrotown

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High-rise condo and townhouses in Burnaby

Qualex-Landmark, a Vancouver-based developer with over 20 years of experience building high-end homes, is building Artesia Metrotown. Artesia is a 247-unit condo and townhouse project at 4275 Grange Street in Burnaby.

These 247 naturally inspired 1, 2, and 3 bedroom suites are meant for you to not just live, but to thrive, with a classic style based on practical aspects.

Artesia is well-placed for well-being, inspired by nature and rising serenely atop Metrotown.

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Artesia is nestled in a Metrotown neighbourhood in South Burnaby. Metrotown is known for its shopping and entertainment, but it’s also one of the greatest places to live for high-rise condominiums.

In addition, this is a pedestrian-friendly, traffic-calming area. The neighbourhood allows residents to undertake their daily activities, such as work, school, and leisure, within a short distance and with a choice of transit options.

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According to the most recent statistics, over 53% of residents who live near the Metrotown Skytrain Station use public transit to get to work, the highest rate in Metro Vancouver.

Motorists, on the other hand, may go to different parts of Burnaby and beyond through the historic Kingsway, which runs between the New Westminster and Vancouver waterfronts.

In addition, Highway 1, Lougheed Highway, and Hastings Street serve the region’s transportation needs, providing convenient access to locations across the downtown core and beyond.


South Slope Elementary School, Maywood School, and Nelson Elementary Schools are among the three primary grade schools in Burnaby School District 41’s Metrotown area.

Burnaby South Secondary School, which contains the British Columbia Provincial School for the Deaf, caters to students in grades 8 to 12.

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The inhabitants of Artesia Metrotown will be close to Metropolis, Station Square, and Silver City, as well as the Crystal Mall, one of British Columbia’s major retail malls with over 500 stores, services, and entertainment venues. Restaurant Row and the adjacent area provide a plethora of eating and nightlife alternatives.

Deer Lake Park, Central Park, and Burnaby Lake Park are three beautiful recreational parks with tall-timber green escapes that are easily accessible to both young and old Metrotown inhabitants.

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Artesia is a beautiful collection of 1,2, and 3 bedroom condos and townhomes developed by award-winning Qualex-Landmark and designed RWA Architects.

Natural tones, organic textures, and enhanced utility are featured in BYU Designed interiors. PFS Landscape Architects created a beautiful green area with an emphasis on wellness and social events that is 12,600 square feet in size.

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Residents and visitors may enjoy over 5,300 square feet of thoughtfully selected interior amenities.

Concierge service, an outdoor lounge area, a business centre with Wi-Fi, an outdoor fireplace and BBQs, a music room, a games area, a hot tub, a reading lounge, secure underground parking, storage lockers, secure keyless building access, and much more are all available to residents.


Qualex-Landmark, recognized as one of British Columbia’s most enlightened development groups, has been building boutique residences for over 20 years. Our portfolio is defined by its quietly iconic residential communities, born out of our highly detailed approach to residential development. The Qualex-Landmark team is deeply rooted in the history of its founders. In 2002, Mohammed Esfahani and Reza Navabi, both successful developers, came together to form a truly complementary partnership of respect and symmetry. Together, they built a remarkable team, a culture of collaboration and a progression of award– winning projects.

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