OTTO is a new 51-unit condominium coming soon to 808 Gauthier Avenue in West Coquitlam. The development by Dolomiti Homes offers charming exterior architecture by Ciccozzi Architecture, contemporary interiors and an ideal location surrounded by natural beauty and daily conveniences. Sales are starting this Fall, so be sure to register online for the latest updates and priority status.


The development boasts a modern facade clad in a mix of classic brick and siding. The five-storey residence is surrounded by welcoming entryways and gardens at ground level, and extensive outdoor space is provided for all units. Suites on the lower levels have access to a patio, while those on higher floors benefit from a private balcony or terrace.

Priced from $385,900, the suites at OTTO offer excellent value with thoughtfully-designed layouts and luxurious features and finishes. Available floorplans range from 525 to 1,013 square feet and vary from one-, two- and three-bedroom designs, including some with dens that can be used as home offices or guest rooms.


Each home comes with a parking stall, storage locker and access to a wealth of shared amenities such as an amenity room, children’s play area, meeting room, guest suite and a dog wash. There’s also a fully-equipped fitness centre and yoga studio along with an outdoor area for al fresco dining.


With a location in the heart of West Coquitlam, residents will be minutes from shopping, recreation, parks and schools, including Alderson Elementary right next door. Plus, they’ll have convenient access to all the shops, stores and amenities near Lougheed Highway and King Edward Street. This retail centre is home to Ikea, Real Canadian Superstore and Cineplex Cinemas — just to name a few. Public transit is also easily accessible with both Translink bus routes and the Braid Skytrain station nearby.

Construction at OTTO is estimated to begin in spring 2021 with an anticipated completion date of early spring 2023.

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