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Low-rise condo in Vancouver

3636 West 39th Avenue, Vancouver, BC

Wesgroup is creating a four-story, mixed-use skyscraper at Dunbar and West 39th Avenue in New York City. To face Dunbar Street, this building’s design by Yamamoto Architecture includes ground-floor shops, four apartments to the northwest, and 25 condos on the three stories above. Raised planters will divide individual patios on a green roof, and the amenity deck will include urban agriculture planters, as well as tiny trees for privacy and shade.

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There are several advantages to living in Dunbar such as single-family homes with the option of a suite, a large amount of parks, local commercial areas, and quick access to the city center and the Vancouver Airport. The hood is good for residents in every aspects from education to lifestyle. Let’s have a closer look at it: 

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Dunbar’s downtown is readily accessible by bus, bike, or vehicle. There are three main arterial routes that may be used to avoid using highways. These important arterial roads link to the main highway/freeway routes that lead to the Lower Mainland’s periphery.


Nearby schools like Queen Elizabeth Elementary and Jules Quesnel are all conveniently accessible elementary schools catering to the young family population of Dunbar, which is located in a densely populated district of Toronto.

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At the intersection of 16th Avenue and Dunbar Street (roughly 30th Avenue), Dunbar has its own separate retail sector. First District: The second district covers the region between 41st Avenue and Dunbar.

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Functional areas in the kitchen have been meticulously designed for ease of use and elegance that will last for years to come. Uncomplicated, attractive materials and layouts put the user’s needs first, giving you a feeling of peace while you unload the groceries, cook the evening meal, or arrange a single flower in a special vase you’ve had for years.

Large windows bring the outside in, illuminating rooms and allowing them to be a part of their natural environment. For daily living, open floor layouts allow for easy transitions between rooms. Carefree refinement is achieved by the use of wide plank flooring and high ceilings in your house.



We are a family company with a long history of looking forward, and we’ve been operating for more than 50 years. Our foundation was built on developing relationships with good long-term tenants in our commercial holdings. From that, we expanded into the creation and development of residential communities, from single communities to master planned neighbourhoods. Today, we are one of Western Canada’s largest private real estate organizations.

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