I have listed a new property at 1506 1088 QUEBEC ST in Vancouver.
This Bosa built, spacious 3 bed, 2 bath corner unit, with city and water views, has been fully renovated with quality finishings. Upgrades include hardwood floors, granite counters, SS appliances, built in sound system, in floor radiant heat in bathrooms, heated towel racks, new lighting. Perfect for both downsizers and young families, this unit is ideally situated close to skytrain, aquabus and sea wall allowing easy access to anywhere in the city by water, train, car, bike or on foot. This beautifully appointed unit, large enough for house size furniture, won’t last long; call to book your private showing today.
3 bed, 2 bath, 1452sf beautifully updated condo with fabulous water and city views!
Visit the video tour on YouTube
Open House Schedule: Saturday, October 31 and Sunday November 1st 2-4pm
Click here to see video tour of 2878 Wall Street.
In the sought after neighbourhood of Hastings Sunrise close to parks, trails, schools and amenities, this fully updated 4 bed, 3 bath view home is the gem of Wall Street. It's a perfect balance of elegance and liveability. The gorgeous kitchen at the heart of the home will be a favourite place for family meals and for entertaining. The space is so beautiful and inviting, you will never want to leave. Improvements include: re-finished oak floors throughout, fresh paint throughout, upgraded bathrooms with double vanity in master ensuite, new kitchen with granite counters, brand new SS appliances and loads of cupboard space, a new roof, new stucco, and new windows.
List Price: $1,299,000
Open Hosue Schedule:
Thrusday, October 22: Sneak Peek 6-7pm
Saturday, October 24: 1-3pm
Sunday, October 25: 2-4pm
Come on by and check it out.
Whether you are thinking of buying or selling, just remember: all you have to do is imagine your future, I'll help you find it.
Give me a call and we can discuss your plans.
Posted in: Hastings East, Vancouver East Real Estate
I have listed a new property at 2878 WALL ST S in Vancouver.
Welcome home to this beautifully updated 4bed, 3 bath masterpiece with stunning water and mountain views. Gorgeous open plan chef inspired kitchen w/ stone countertops, ss appliances and gas range and huge bar area that leads to both family room w/ fp and beautifully landscaped garden. Up features open living dining with incredible views and an add'l fp. Further up the stairs leads you to 2 Beds, 1 Bath and finally to the fabulous Master w/ ensuite which again takes advantage of the breathtaking views. Sneak Peek, Thursday 6-7pm, Open Saturday 1-3pm, Sunday 2-4pm.
The Vancouver City Planning Committe would like us to consider the question of removing the Viaducts. I attened a presentation last night at Sceince World by a group of panelists who detailed the reasons for removing the Viaducts. I went with an open mind and no definite position on the matter. I left with a certianty that removing the Viaducts will be good for our city.
Here is a recap of Vancouver's Manager of City Planning, Brian Jackson, had to say:
At its meeting on October 20, 2015, Vancouver City Council will receive a presentation regarding the Removal of the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts, and refer the matter to the following meeting to hear from speakers:
The agenda for the meeting can be viewed at: http://vancouver.ca/councilmeetingsand the relevant report at: http://former.vancouver.ca/ctyclerk/cclerk/20151020/documents/rr1.pdf.
If you wish further information on this matter, please contact Holly Sovdi, Planner, Vancouver – Downtown, at 604.871.6330. If you wish to speak to Council, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lori Isfeld at 604.871.6355. Please note speakers are requested to limit their comments to no longer than five minutes.
You may also communicate your thoughts on the issue to the Mayor and Councillors by emailing email@example.com and we will ensure Council receives all correspondence before the matter is considered.
Visit http://vancouver.ca/speaker-wait-times or @VanCityClerk on Twitter for real-time information on the progress of City Council meetings. All meetings of Council are webcast and can be viewed at: http://civic.neulion.com/cityofvancouver/ . The minutes for this meeting can be viewed at: http://vancouver.ca/councilmeetings approximately two days following the meeting.
The City of Vancouver has released a report recommending a 200 million dollar plan for removing the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts. This announcement comes as no surprise because the rumour has been circulating for years that the viaducts would come down. If you live in the area, you may have concerns about the impact on traffic flow. If you want more information, visit the City of Vancouver website here: vancouver.ca
You can also attend this specail event Vancouver's Viaducts: Past, Present and Future hosted by the City on October 14th at Science World. You will need a ticket for the event, but tickets are free at eventbrite.ca.
The City Council is tentatively scheduled to meet on October 20th to consider the report. To be notified when a council meeting has been scheduled click here then scroll to the bottom of the page and submit your email.
To share your concerns or comments with the City Planners click here and scroll to the bottom of the page.
I will be attending the meeting on October 14th and will share what I learn here on my blog, so be sure to visit again soon.
Until then, remember, all you have to do is imagine your future . . . I'll help you find it.
A pet peeve for a lot of Real Estate Buyers is the Property Transfer Tax payable on home purcahses in BC. I want to let my readers know that the BC Real Estate Association, of which I am a member, is lobbying on behalf of BC Buyers. Please have a look at the article below that I have copied from BCREA's October newsletter.
I am committed to keeping you informed with news that impacts your real estate purcahses and investments. If you have questions about anythign to do with Real Estate, please contact me. I am happy to help.
Remember, all you have to do is imagine your future . . . I'll help you find it.