What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the suburbs?

Quiet neighbourhoods, trees and parks and more trees, large parking lots, oh and cars, lots and lots of cars. While people typically consider the suburbs to be car country — communities where you can’t get around without a driver’s license and tank of gas — this reputation isn’t always deserved.

Elements in Langley, the new condo project by Sandhill Development, is located in Metro Vancouver and despite its suburban surroundings, it scores high on walkability.

You don’t need to hop in your car if you want to go shopping or dining. It’s all a short walk away!

Save-On Foods and Wal-Mart Organic Grocer are both less than five minutes away. Check out the latest and greatest gadgets at the nearby Best Buy or meet friends for a coffee or tea at the Wired Monk. When dinner time rolls around, why not stroll over to Coza Italian Restaurant? There’s plenty to do and the best part is you can leave your car at home while you do it.

There are two phases of Elements in Langley, the first has occupancy slated for Fall 2012 while the second is on schedule for occupancy in Spring 2013. Suites range in price from $142,500 to $331,654.

We’ll be buzzing about suite details, amenities, neighbourhood news and much more soon, so check back often for all the latest!

For more info call the sales centre at 604 533 7718 or email info@elementsinlangley.com. Visit the project’s website by clicking here!

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