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Townhouses in North Vancouver
Introducing a limited-edition collection of 14 luxury townhouses in North Vancouver‘s famous Upper Lonsdale neighbourhood.
Cascadia Green Development’s Queen’s Landing is located at 123 West Queens Road in North Vancouver. In 2019, the project was finished.
The homes are open and large, with floor plans starting at 1,616 square feet and giving plenty of room. Queen’s Landing offers an excellent “royal” lifestyle because to its location, quality, achitecture, and character.
Queen’s Landing Townhouses is a brand new collection of townhomes in North Vancouver‘s Upper Lonsdale area, which is recognized for its pristine and diversified character.
Being located in the centre of the city, the development is surrounded by stunning natural beauty, and parks nearby. Furthermore, the property is a short distance from Upper Lonsdale’s essential services, including schools, businesses, healthcare facilities, and a transit centre.
The area’s transportation plan aims to make it a better place to live by offering a variety of walking, cycling, transit, and safe driving alternatives. The Lonsdale Quay Market, which is located in nearby Lower Lonsdale, is a convenient stop for the SeaBus.
The SeaBus, which operates every 15 minutes on a regular basis, provides quick and simple access to Downtown Vancouver. Also, the community’s southern boundary is the Upper Levels Highway, which turns into the Trans-Canada Highway, and several buses operate on Lonsdale Avenue in Central Lonsdale.
In the vicinity, there are hundreds of great junior and senior high schools as well as universities. Carisbrooke Elementary, Ecole Andre Piolat, Braemar Elementary, and Larson Elementary are among the primary schools in the area.
Balmoral Campus, Carson Graham Secondary, and others are among the many public and private institutions in the area for individuals pursuing secondary education.
Upper Lonsdale is a wonderful choice if you are growing a family and like a more tranquil traditional lifestyle. A variety of local specialty shops may be found in the area. The Lonsdale Quay Market Centre is North Vancouver’s main entry point. A fresh food market, specialized stores, a children’s play area, restaurants, and a hotel and spa are all located on the quay. Last but not least, there’s the Capilano Mall.
Furthermore, if you like theatre, the Centennial Theatre, located just south of this renowned neighbourhood, hosts musicals, shows, and dance recitals on any given month.
Numerous parks are spread across this region for the outdoorsy types, providing your family with the ideal setting for picnics and play. Crickmay Park, Princess Park, and Hunter Park are just a few of the parks in the vicinity.
Queen’s Landing by Cascadia Green Development is the ideal of living like royalty.
The perfect home with two to three-bedroom configurations has a modern external and interior design, a highly desirable location, and luxury features and finishes.
Larger lots imply more expansive outside and patio areas for you to enjoy sunny days sipping coffee while overlooking the Burrard Inlet, both in terms of style and size.
Fisher Paykel kitchen appliances, Energy Star front load washer and dryer, double glazed windows, secure subterranean parking, bicycle parking, and storage space are among the exquisite finishes and facilities available to residents.
Cascadia Green Development is a North Vancouver-based development, development consulting and management, and construction company. Cascadia Green Development was founded by Farzad Mazarei in 2009. From humble beginnings of single family home builds, Cascadia Green Development transformed into a leading local land development, construction, development management, and development planning consulting firm, with a focus on multi-family residential and mixed-use developments. Cascadia Green Development’s core team is a highly-skilled mix of professionals with backgrounds in business administration, architecture, engineering, green building, and sustainable community planning.