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Fifteen Fifteen is a forward-thinking contemporary design that blends precise engineering and craftsmanship. It was designed by the renowned international architectural company Büro Ole Scheeren. Strategically located between downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park, Fifteen Fifteen will command a commanding presence on Vancouver’s skyline from its distinguished position in Coal Harbour, the city’s most desired waterfront neighborhood.
The 42-story tower combines horizontality to vertical living with stunning glass-enclosed cantilevers that stretch towards the local harbour, mountains, and Stanley Park, featuring a double-height residents’ lounge with a fireplace and private dining area. Subtly exquisite interiors with a strong emphasis on wood and other natural elements reaffirm the dwellings’ connection to Vancouver’s pristine surroundings.
To the south, English Bay and Burrard Inlet, and to the west, Stanley Park characterize one of Vancouver’s most dynamic communities. The West End was the first actual downtown. Densely populated, yet with views of a busy working port, Kitsilano and UBC, and Stanley Park, the West End is an urbanist’s and naturalist’s dream.
Anywhere in the West End is simply a few feet away from public transportation. Its major thoroughfares connect it to Skytrain (to all eastern locations) and Canada Line (to Richmond and the Vancouver International Airport). You may walk or take the bus to the Rogers Arena and BC Place. Bypassing Georgia Street and its northern causeway, Denman Street connects to North and West Vancouver, and Highway 99 to Whistler.
The Harbour Centre at Simon Fraser University’s West Hastings campus offers a diverse range of continuing education courses. Another downtown location, the School for Contemporary Arts’ buildings are housed in the iconic Woodwards Building. Due to the Segal Graduate School of Business and the Morris J. Wosk Dialogue Centre, SFU has a significant and expanded presence in the downtown region.
For outdoor aficionados, the proximity to Stanley Park and the English Bay Seawall is a dream come true. Stanley Park is not just a walker’s and jogger’s paradise, but it also has tennis, lawn bowling, and rugby courts. Nature aficionados may engage in their passions on a regular basis with close proximity to the Park and the Seawall. The West End Community Centre is a well-run, efficient facility that caters to inhabitants of all ages with a range of facilities and courses.
Solid wood core doors provide maximum seclusion and sound absorption, while broad plank engineered hardwood is ideal for living rooms and bedrooms. The kitchen and living areas of Premier Residences have magnificent wood-style ceilings. Scheeren’s patented designs maximize space economy and livability. Automatic lighting and a built-in storage system around the bed in the bedroom closets.
Fifteen Fifteen Residences have expansive outdoor living areas and floor-to-ceiling glass windows that optimize views. Featuring stone terrazzo flooring with an integrated Nu Heat system, stone terrazzo wet walls, floating Duravit toilets, floating vanities, and integrated lighting in medicine cabinets.
For more than five decades, our family-run company has earned a reputation for quality, integrity, and innovation. Growing from humble beginnings, our story began when Robert Bosa first emigrated from Italy to Vancouver alongside his family in the 1960s to start a small construction company. Today, we have the privilege of being one of Canada’s most respected, privately-owned companies, with a sterling reputation for excellence in design and construction. Our Vancouver-based company prides itself on being an inspiring and rewarding place to work. We are driven by curiosity and a motivation to learn, and we look for individuals who are equally curious and driven by a desire for learning. We love what we do and channel our passion into motivating, engaging, and inspiring our people and our work.