After a successful grand opening this month, Habitat in Vancouver’s vibrant Mount Pleasant community reached its 50 percent sold milestone.

A collaboration between three local Vancouver developers — Porte Communities, Hudson Morris and fabric livingHabitat is a four-storey boutique collection of 70 modern homes. Located on the southeast corner of East Broadway and Guelph Street, this condo community is just a four-minute walk to the future Mount Pleasant SkyTrain Station. Drawing from the creativity and hustle of the coveted Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, Habitat offers the best of contemporary living just steps away from local amenities and conveniences.

The award-winning Formosis Architecture creates a striking and bold facade for Habitat through a combination of indoor-outdoor living spaces with West Coast-style design. Habitat takes a community-focused approach with nine new retail spaces on the ground level, providing the neighbourhood with spaces for local merchants and businesses along East Broadway, Guelph Street and even activating the laneway.

These one-, two- and three-bedroom homes range from 474 to 999 square feet in size, with each home at Habitat offering residents some form of outdoor space — a balcony, large patio, Japanese-style entry or private rooftop patio. Renowned Cristina Oberti Design brings these contemporary interiors to life with a blend of natural tones, textures and features that seek to maximize space.

Have your pick from two refreshing colour palettes — light or dark — to pair with European laminate flooring, recessed pot lighting and white roller blinds. Wood-style millwork and open shelving add an artisanal touch to the functional kitchens alongside matte white or black cabinetry, quartz countertops and integrated appliances. Unwind in the serene bathrooms, kitted out with matte grey porcelain floor tiles, white quartz countertops, matte black plumbing fixtures and a full-height mirror-medicine cabinet.

Habitat launched with 40 of its suites priced under $599,900, a competitive price point for the area.

Buyers of the urban one-bedroom homes now have the opportunity to upgrade to a unique wood slat bedroom divider, which offers a beautiful solution for both privacy and flow. Buying a home also just got easier for urban one-bedroom purchasers thanks to Habitat’s 10 percent flex deposit program, which is available for a limited time.

Future residents will have access to a common rooftop patio, complete with fire pit lounge areas, an outdoor barbeque and dining areas to mingle with friends and family while taking in the city and mountain views. Habitat is also home to an amenity room with a kitchenette, storage areas and secured underground parking with future EV charging capabilities.

The Mount Pleasant neighbourhood is brimming with local craft breweries, cafes, restaurants and local boutiques to try amongst artisan pop-ups and colourful murals. Within a few minutes’ walk, discover numerous parks, grocery stores and community centres, plus easy transportation connections to UBC, downtown Vancouver and the future Mount Pleasant SkyTrain station, located just a few blocks away at East Broadway and Main Street.

Interested buyers are invited to learn more about this community by contacting the sales team at 604 914 2141 or sending an email to The presentation centre, located at 339 E Broadway in Vancouver, is now open, and appointments can be booked online at

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