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The old Rona property at 1503 Kingsway in Vancouver will be redeveloped into a mixed-use project by Cressey Development Group and Rositch Hemphill Architects. Units are already on sale, with prices starting at CAD $608,900, and the completion date is set in 2023.
This project includes a 13-story tower above a 6-story podium including 41 townhomes, ranging in size from 560 to 1,747 square feet.
With forward-thinking design and unrivaled craftsmanship, Format disrupts the current quo. This development is a completely new approach to living space that is progressive, stylish, and tailored to fit your lifestyle.
Every Cressey project complies with a set of specified and far-reaching standards. Format townhomes and condos situated in Vancouver‘s Knight neighbourhood are well-located and near things that enrich your living experience.
Aside from the interiors to must be beautiful, flexible, and able to withstand the rigors of day-to-day living, future Format residents will be close to everything from diverse restaurants, endless shopping options, green spaces, the good school to convenient transit options, and many others.
Residents of Format condominiums and townhomes enjoy a variety of transit options. It is located on a bike path and is well-served by many bus routes. Knight Street connects the North Shore to the rest of the city and beyond.Additionally, for train travelers, 1503 Kingsway is a 19-minute walk from the Expo Line’s Nanaimo Station.
As a community made up of families of all ages, this neighbourhood offers a choice of educational institutions from which its people can pick at any level. For post-secondary students, the Fairleigh Dickinson University – Vancouver Campus is roughly a 13-minute drive away.
For elementary and secondary students, nearby schools include Lord Selkirk Elementary School, Tyee Elementary School, Gladstone Secondary School, and many others.
Furthermore, the Knight area contains several areas of businesses that are dispersed across the neighbourhood.
Residents of Format are within walking distance to supermarkets and produce stores, pharmacies, and small boutiques. These stores are located in community blocks that often have modest, high-quality ethnic eateries that serve delicious cuisine at reasonable prices.
Nature lovers, on the other hand, may indulge their interests daily, due to easy access to parks and other recreational areas. Glen Park, Kingcrest Park, and Clark Park are all local parks.
Format condominiums and townhouses, designed by RH Architects and developed by Cressey, contain 120 condo units and 41 townhomes. Homes will range in size from 560 to 1,597 square feet and will have one, two, or three bedrooms, as well as a den or flex space for chosen homes.The property will have a 13-story building with office/commercial space on the first three stories, all of which will be above two levels of subterranean parking.
According to Craig Stenghetta, Principal of Ste. Principal of Ste. Marie Art & Design, the concept behind the design of Format is minimalism, viewed through the viewpoint of functionality and balance. It’s designed to provide purchasers with the option of customizing their homes to meet their demands.A rooftop amenity garden will also be accessible for residents’ leisure, with a lawn, children’s play area, urban agricultural space, eating space, and lounge for residents to sit and enjoy the view of the North Shore Mountains.
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.