Providing a new standard in liveability and style, Luxia at Yorkson is coming soon to Langley’s Willoughby neighbourhood. The modern collection of 138 three-bedroom townhouses by Isle of Mann Group and Pollyco Group provides a tranquil community within close proximity to modern conveniences.
Designed by Barnett Dembek Architects, Luxia at Yorkson boasts a stylish street presence and contributes a fresh and unique aesthetic to the township of Langley. Built in the modern, West Coast-style, the homes feature a base colour palette of grey, stone and cedar elements. Thoughtfully-designed to optimize space and functionality, the charming homes include efficient layouts, side-by-side garages and ample outdoor space. Large patios, balconies and private rooftop decks provide comfortable outdoor spaces for families to gather.
Upon completion, Luxia at Yorkson will create a new flagship corner at the gateway to Willoughby Town Centre — Langley’s first pedestrian-oriented mixed-use community. Spanning nearly 20 acres, the community will boast 200,000 square feet of commercial retail space for residents to access. The community also includes a central hub with pedestrian plazas and walkways where homeowners can walk to a variety of restaurants, shops and leisure activities. With an expanding transit network, residents can travel around the city using nearby traffic routes, such as 209th Avenue and HWY 1. Plus, residents can easily access existing transit routes to visit The Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland.
Providing a communal green space for residents to connect, Luxia at Yorkson will feature a linear park that will run throughout the entire site. The park will include two water features, along with ample seating and seasonal planters. Included in the project’s design is a stand-alone amenities building, which will be characterized by beautiful horizontal lines.
Within Willoughby and the surrounding area, residents can find a variety of modern conveniences and daily essentials. Ideal for families, there are a number of elementary and secondary schools around the corner, along with child care centres and community services. Ample restaurants and eateries are nearby, such as The Chopped Leaf, Browns Socialhouse and Little White House & Co. For shopping and groceries, residents can visit the Langley Crossing Shopping Centre or Langley Community Farmers’ Markets. Residents can also participate in sports activities at the Langley Sportsplex, or enjoy a workout at one of the many nearby fitness centres.
Luxia at Yorkson’s presentation centre is slated to open this spring. To learn more, register here for the latest updates.
For more information visit luxialiving.ca.