Virtuoso, a new condo development at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, is selling out fast, as only two suites remain. The project features quiet home technology and a central zen garden. For the final two residences, Adera is offering a $25,000 realtor bonus incentive.

As Adera’s 10th building in UBC, Virtuoso is making history as the first market multi-family project using mass timber technology. Recognized for its expertise in wood construction, Adera has thoughtfully-designed Virtuoso using luxury wood construction in the form of cross-laminated timber panels. The modern West Coast building boasts a total of 106 units, ranging from 830 square feet to 1,607 square feet. Offering up to 850 square feet of private outdoor space for residents to enjoy, Virtuoso features a central zen garden, along with expansive rooftop lanais that provides stunning views of Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

With a passion for sustainability and architectural quality, Adera was recognized by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association at the 2017 National Awards for Housing Excellence. The Vancouver-based developer won the Design Excellence Award for the best builder in the new home category.

Virtuoso provides an eco-friendly advantage with the use of mass timber. Outperforming concrete in seismic conditions, the wood panels are a renewable building resource that provide fire resistance. Luxury wood construction also mitigates sound between attached homes, aligning with Adera’s Quiet Home technology initiative.

Virtuoso’s interiors are spacious and functional with efficient layouts, clean lines and three colour palettes designed by Area3 Design. Residents can expect energy-efficient appliances throughout, along with sleek finishes and quality features.

Interested buyers are encouraged to visit the presentation centre located at 104-3581 Ross Drive in Vancouver, open daily from noon to 5pm.

For more information call 604 221 8878, email virtuoso@adera.com or visit adera.com.

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