Townhouse in Vancouver
Lakewood Living is a new townhouse community being constructed by Dimex Group at 2075 East 1st Avenue in Vancouver. The project is expected to be completed in 2024. Lakewood Living offers 24 apartments in total.
Lakewood is distinguished by its innovative European design and thriving community. Its collection of 24 townhouses has modern design, unmatched comfort, and a focus on sustainability. The Passive House houses of Lakewood were constructed with the future of our environment in mind to be more than just a home for today, but a home for generations.
In the heart of the Lower Mainland, Vancouver’s South Marine area is characterized by a mixture of new building and existing communities. Some of Vancouver’s most appealing real estate may be found in the thriving South Marine neighborhood, whether it’s a stroll along the Fraser River, a class at the River District Community Centre, or an abandoned post-war stucco home just waiting to be discovered.
The whole South Marine neighborhood in Vancouver is centrally located since it is situated in the middle of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. South East Marine Drive and Marine Way are just ten and fifteen minutes, respectively, by car from Richmond or Burnaby and Vancouver International Airport. By crossing the Knight Street Bridge, motorists going south may quickly access Highway 99 south and the East/West Connector.
On the north side of Marine Drive, families in the South Marine neighborhood and the future River District have access to three elementary schools: David Oppenheimer Elementary, Captain James Cook Elementary, and Sir James Douglas Elementary.
One of the largest wine stores in British Columbia, Everything Wine, and a Save-On-Foods are among the new retail outlets in the River District. Further west on South East Marine may be located Real Canadian Superstore, Canadian Tire, Best Buy, and Winners. A short drive to the east on Marine Way will bring you to Marine Way Market and Market Crossing Shopping Plaza, two outdoor shopping meccas.
At the junction of East 1st Avenue and Lakewood Drive are stacked, passive-house townhouses. The hotel is in close proximity to a variety of facilities along Commercial Drive and is just a short drive from Downtown Vancouver. All apartments feature one parking and available improvements include A/C and vinyl flooring. Passive housing reduces heating expenses by up to 90 percent.
Kitchen Floor: Vinyl, Kitchen Counter: Quartz, Vinyl is the material used for the entryway’s flooring. Vinyl flooring in the living space Bedroom Floor: Carpet, The primary bathroom floor is porcelain. Principal bathroom countertop is made of quartz, Ensuite Bathroom Floor: Porcelain, Ensuite Bathroom Counter: Quartz, Cabinets: Laminate, Stainless-finish appliances, Fridge: Bottom Freezer, Heating: Induction, The microwave: Optional Source of Heating: Electric or Air Conditioning