706 - 175 Victory Ship Way

Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver


$1,959,900

SOLD - Sold

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706 - 175 Victory Ship Way, Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver

Luxury view home on the Lower Lonsdale Waterfront


Where once mighty ships were crafted, today a master-planned neighbourhood has evolved. Trendy restaurants and shops mix with parks and art installations to create a thriving, inclusive waterfront community.


Experience true waterftont living, where spectacular views of Burrard Inlet, Stanley Park, Lins Gate Bridge and the glimmering Vancouver skyline greet you morning and evening.


Live in genuine luxury, complete with unrivalled workmanship and European finishes. Step out to a wealth of fine restaurants, shops and markets, all just a stroll away. Come home to Cascade.


The residences at cascade will enjoy enviable access to five-star privileges at the pinnacle hotel at the pier; the 25-metre pool, fitness club, yoga studio, executive meeting rooms and fine dining at the lobby restaurant. 

 

Features Of
This Property


Type: Condo
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 1360
Full Baths: 2
Parking: 2
Storage: 1
Balcony/Patio: Yes
View: Downtown Vancouver + Stanley Park
Storeys: 9
Year Built: 2018
Style: Luxury Condo
Warranty: 2/5/10
Rental Restriction: None
Rental Suite: None

Floorplan 1

The Location & Surroundings


 

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BC offering $850 rebate to scrap your old car and buy an e-bike

Written On Jun 19th 2019

“Our government is focused on protecting the environment and working in partnership with communities to improve our walking, cycling, and other active networks,” said George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy. “By making it easier for people to move around our communities using active transportation, we cut down on carbon pollution and help make life better for people.” [read more]

 

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