An exclusive collection of homes at PortLiving’s Midtown Central is now selling in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood. The modern four-storey building features layouts ranging from studios to townhomes.

Following the success of PortLiving’s Vya, Midtown and Midtown Modern developments down the street, Midtown Central is its fourth addition to the community. Located at the prime corner of Broadway and Fraser, Midtown Central was designed by Studio B Architects, a boutique firm located in the heart of Gastown.

The interiors of the open-concept homes were designed by Vancouver-based Hungerford Interior Design and range in size from 521 to 1,630 square feet. The homes feature large windows and innovative layouts to maximize living space. The lavish kitchens boast premium stainless-steel appliances and an island with stylish wood detailing. Beautiful finishes continue in the bathrooms, complete with a round backlit mirror above a white floating vanity, heated tile flooring and a frameless glass shower enclosure. The layouts seamlessly transition into outdoor spaces where residents can enjoy neighbourhood views from their own spacious balcony or private landscaped rooftop deck for penthouse suites. Perfect for entertaining guests, the rooftop deck includes gas connections for outdoor cooking and heating.

Penthouse Kitchen

Situated in one of Vancouver’s most sought after neighbourhoods, Mount Pleasant is a vibrant and walkable community. Within a 10-minute walk, residents can access grocery stores, markets and a variety of after work hangout spots. Mount Pleasant is also known for its foodie hub comprised of some of Vancouver’s best known restaurants, including Savio Volpe, Sal y Limon and Les Faux Bourgeois.

To learn more, PortLiving has just launched Midtown Central’s complete website with information about the neighbourhood, amenities and more. Click here to register for the latest details.

For more information call 604 563 3330, email info@livingmidtown.com or visit livingmidtown.com/central.

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