Award-winning developer Qualex-Landmark has begun construction on Green on Queensbury, a $100 million condominium project in the soon-to-be revitalized Moodyville neighbourhood. Last Tuesday, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for the parkside development, which features one-, two- and three-bedroom condos, garden homes and park-front townhomes.
The ceremony was hosted by North Vancouver Mayor Darrell Mussatto, Qualex-Landmark President Mohammed Esfahani, Marcon Construction’s President Marco Paolella, GBL Architects Principal Stu Lyon and PFS Studio Landscape Architects’ Mike Derksen.
“This is a milestone moment for Moodyville. Green on Queensbury is one of the first new developments that will reshape the community by increasing housing supply and revitalizing Moodyville Park,” says Mussatto, in a press release.
Already proving to be a success, Green on Queensbury was 80 per cent sold when shovels hit the ground last week. Encompassing the entire 700 block of East 3rd at the foot of Queensbury Avenue, the development features three four-storey buildings with a total of 164 homes. Units will range in size from 517 to 1,546 square feet.
With more than a quarter of a century of residential and commercial development experience, Qualex-Landmark has created homes with innovative and distinctive architecture in BC and Alberta. Green on Queensbury is no exception as the homes will blend a unique mix of contemporary West Coast architecture and natural beauty. Sustainability is also key at Green on Queensbury, as it’s targeting the LEED Gold standard for multi-family mid-rise homes.
Designed by Cristina Oberti Interior Design Inc., the homes boast earthy tones and textures for a fresh and clean aesthetic. Residents can expect to live in luxury with quality finishes and features. The chef-worthy kitchens include premium quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, while the spa-like bathrooms are complete with a large-format marbled porcelain tile bath. Green on Queensbury also features ample everyday amenities for residents to enjoy, from a private fitness room to a spacious media centre.
Located on beautiful Moodyville Park, the large green space will be revitalized to include more play areas, bike trails and a linkage between the North Shore Spirit Trail. Using the trail, residents can walk to Deep Cove, Horseshoe Bay and even to Main Street, which offers ample amenities and a transit hub to commute to downtown Vancouver.
Homes are scheduled for completion in early 2020. Qualex-Landmark encourages interested buyers to book an appointment to visit the discovery centre at 50 Queensbury Avenue in North Vancouver. Opening hours are daily from noon to 5pm, except Fridays. To learn more, click here to receive the latest updates.