Completed Low-rise condo in North Vancouver 1177 Marine Drive, North...Read More
Low-rise condo in North Vancouver
Marine + Fell is rapidly establishing itself as a dynamic, mixed-use neighborhood characterized by pedestrian access to commercial/retail and outdoor attractions.
Anthem built this five-story wood frame complex with 80 residential apartments and 10,000 square feet of commercial space. This building’s design deviates from the typical North Shore profile with the use of light and dark brick, wood accents, and a distinctive corner feature that frames its exposure to Marine Drive in North Vancouver.
It is surrounded by the Burrard Inlet and Welch Street, McGuire Avenue, Glenaire Drive, Highway 1, and the Trans Canada Highway on the south, McGuire Avenue, Glenaire Drive, Bewicke Avenue, and Larson Road on the west and Bewicke on the east.
Marine Drive, a significant east-west artery, links Highway 1, the Lions Gate Bridge, and Grouse Mountain in all six of these North Shore municipalities. Passengers may reach the Seabus terminals in Lonsdale Quay, West Vancouver, and downtown Vancouver via BC Transit’s regular bus service along Marine Drive.
Marine Drive is located in North Vancouver’s School District 44. Parents may chose from a variety of public and private educational institutions. Grades K-7 are offered at Westview Elementary, Norgate Community Elementary and Capilano Elementary. St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic School and Carson Graham Secondary School are the town’s sole high schools, serving grades 8 through 12.
North Vancouver is known for its woodland getaways, hiking paths, and nearby mountain skiing and snowboarding. Dog walkers and mountain cyclists love Mosquito Creek Ravine to Grouse Mountain. Take advantage of easy access to the 35km North Shore Spirit Trail. The Grant Connell Tennis Centre is a year-round Tennis Canada Development Centre. The Burrard Yacht Club on the Hamilton riverfront offers reasonable moorage, group socials, and a renowned junior program.
Layouts that are well-designed include both creative and traditional design elements, enabling the space to flow fluidly. The Mill, a North Vancouver-based award-winning interior design studio. Expansive and lofty atmosphere are created by high ceilings – up to 9 feet in most living rooms.
The neighbourhood’s style is characterised by West Coast architecture with contemporary features such as brick and glass. The five-story wood-frame structure has street-level stores and facilities. The elegant lines and minimalist elements of the lobby are offset with a touch of North Vancouver whimsy in the form of an abstract tree branch chandelier.