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At Bellevue, you may enjoy the subtle elegance of a tranquil coastal existence, with condos starting at $5,598,000.
Bellevue is a 16-story high-rise with 35 ultra-boutique luxury homes in West Vancouver’s Dundarave neighbourhood, all with stunning views of English Bay and the cityscape of downtown Vancouver.
While embracing the natural surroundings, Bellevue draws inspiration from the area’s contemporary architecture. The distinctions between inside and out are blurred by large windows, opening glass walls, and a water element that cascades through the structure in a series of waterfalls and channels.
Dundarave’s upmarket Bellevue skyscraper will become a landmark.
Living in Bellevue entails living in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. The picturesque coastal village of Dundarave is adjacent to the Bellevue condos and townhouses, which are bordered by West Vancouver’s sea and mountains.
A stroll along the beach connects people to businesses, services, a community centre, proximity to schools, and public transportation, while a leisurely drive brings you to the north coast’s stunning woods and slopes.
The region has a transit score of 49, indicating that there are a few nearby public transportation alternatives that make getting to, from, and around the area a breeze. Bellevue residents have access to the well-known West Vancouver Blue Buses.
Motorists, on the other hand, have easy access to Highway One, Squamish, and the breathtaking Sea-to-Sky Highway, which leads to Whistler and other neighbouring cities.
The development’s proximity to a number of educational institutions should also be noted. Irwin Park Elementary School, West Vancouver School District, and West Vancouver Secondary School are all within walking distance.
Furthermore, University Canada West, a well-known university for post-secondary students, is about a 20-minute drive from the apartment.
For those seeking a degree of isolation from the noise and bustle of Downtown, Bellevue is the perfect place to be immersed in the area’s natural beauty without sacrificing the amenities of luxury contemporary life.
A boutique row of businesses and restaurants along the marine road in the town centre houses a variety of jewels. This charming seaside community also feels like a year-round vacation with its lovely beach, park, and pier. Enjoy an ice cream cone with your family on the beach or on the grass in Dundarave Park, Millennium Park, or John Lawson Park.
Cressey, an award-winning developer, is proud to introduce Bellevue, their newest ultra-luxury project. For a higher standard of living, a distinguished collection of thirty-five private residences was developed.
These near-waterfront condominiums and townhouses will be located in the Dundarave neighbourhood of lower West Vancouver and will have homes starting at 3,356 square feet.
While there are only two or three single units on each floor, the homes are very large and have extensive outside living areas.
What distinguishes Bellevue from other communities is its connection to the outdoors and the water. As though there are no borders between fresh air, landscapes, and light, the transition from outside to within space is effortless.
A concierge, a pool, a steam room and sauna, a fitness centre, a Pilates class, lovely gardens, and other building amenities are available.
The entrance to the underground parking garage is also appealing, with brickwork and wall sconces reminiscent of a European street. It has a boutique-residential feel to it, which attracted to people, especially those coming from places like British Properties or West Vancouver’s non-commercial neighbourhoods.
From conception to completion, every Cressey-built space results from extensive collaboration by a team of leading industry professionals and highly experienced development and construction personnel. This collaborative process leads to thoughtful attention to detail, numerous landmark buildings, as well as industry awards from the Urban Development Institute, Canadian Home Builders Association of BC, and others.