Buyers fell in love with the design-forward concept, the indoor-outdoor approach to living and the tower’s incredible downtown Vancouver location, where Yaletown meets the Granville Entertainment District.
If you were kicking yourself for missing out on this sought-after development, we have some good news: there are still a handful of homes left, including some studios and one-bedroom suites.
While the remaining units at 999 Seymour would make a great home for anyone, they would also be perfect for someone looking for a pied-a-terre, a home away from home.
If you work in Vancouver, but live outside the city, your 999 Seymour home would allow you to stay downtown to take in a concert, enjoy a play, or watch a hockey game – and you would never have to think about battling traffic or bad road conditions on the drive home later. Have that extra glass of wine with dinner, and simply walk back to your suite at 999 Seymour.
Arts and culture festivals, fireworks, hockey – there’s always something going on in the city. Beyond the convenience of having a bed of your own in downtown Vancouver, your pied-a-terre can be both a smart investment and a place for university-aged kids to live when they’re ready to leave the family nest.
The crane went up at 999 Seymour’s construction site earlier this week and the tower is on schedule to be completed in 2015.