April 15, 2011
If there’s a new home development that better grasps the vibe of North Shore Vancouver living, we’ve never seen it. Nestled in at Mosquito Creek Lane and West 15 Street (just north of Marine Drive), seven35 is influenced directly by its neighbourhood, which, as anyone who’s familiar with the West Coast knows, is all about lifestyle.
Canada doesn’t offer too many communities that enable urban amenities in close proximity to both the mountains and water better than North Vancouver. This means residents of seven35, a new collection of townhomes being developed by Adera, will be able to get out to their outdoor activity of choice minutes after leaving their place.
But, as their press material points out “This ain’t like moving to the burbs.” The North Shore is more than a launching pad for skiers, hikers and windsurfers; it boasts top notch restaurants, bistros, and shopping for, you know, after skiing, hiking, or windsurfing (the Lonsdale Quay Market, for example, is hop, skip and jump from seven35).
Focusing on seven35 itself for a moment, this set of 60 townhomes offers units that range from 450 to 1084 square feet. As we reported a few weeks ago, seven35 has been designed with an impressive commitment to best green building practices and an overarching aim of sustainability. In fact, upon its completion the project will apply to be the first Multi-Family LEED for Homes Platinum development in Canada. Additionally, it will be Built Green Gold, thereby making it the first dual certification of its kind in Canada. Kudos!
We promise to bring you more about seven35 by Adera Development Corporation in the weeks to come, so check back soon!
To learn more about seven35, click over to the Adera website and read up.