Offering a peaceful setting with all the benefits of urban living, spacious condos at Acorn are coming soon to Vancouver’s newest community — Norquay Village. The development by Citrine Homes features two- and three-bedroom floorplans, all of which include a flex room. Located in a central spot, residents will be able to easily access amenities, along with transit and transportation routes.
A renowned international developer of residential projects, Citrine Homes builds residences to a high standard of careful planning and quality construction — and Acorn will be no exception. Designed by Vancouver-based Architect Matthew Cheng, Acorn is inspired by its surroundings and will boast a mix of contemporary West Coast design and modern elements with warm detailing and durable materials. The building is framed by extensive landscaping that blends in with the lush tree-lined surroundings. To enjoy the scenery, each home has its own private patio or balcony, and ground-level homes feature rare private yards.
Set in the vibrant, evolving neighbourhood of Norquay Village, the City of Vancouver has a community plan in place for the maturation of the community. The plan emphasizes an energetic and walkable neighbourhood that offers a variety of shops, public art and gathering spaces. As the neighbourhood develops, new cafes, boutiques and multi-residential buildings are coming to the area to complement the first-rate skate parks, schools and community centres.
Perfect for growing families, a new daycare centre and schools are steps away from Acorn. John Norquay Elementary is nearby which offers a unique Early Mandarin program. The language instruction program allows children to learn and study Mandarin for half of the school day. With beautiful parks and safe streets, families will always feel secure in this neighbourhood. The community is also tight-knit and welcoming — homeowners will be able to easily meet new friends, discover new activities or even arrange playdates at one of the nearby parks and community centres, including Norquay Park, Collingwood Library and Trout Lake Farmers Market.