Enjoy life on a tranquil residential street just minutes from Vancouver’s colourful Commercial Drive at a new and vibrant residential community.

Grafia is a collection of 122 modern condos, coming this fall to 2406-2488 Garden Drive. Created by the locally-based Porte Communities, Grafia boasts practical yet stylish homes that bring a variety of amenities, conveniences and community offerings to your doorstep.

Have your pick from a range of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom condo suites that tout large and livable layouts. Each kitchen is designed with functionality in mind without skimping on the details, and integrated smart home technology delivers personal in-suite convenience with the touch of a button. Extend your living space to the outdoors thanks to your unit’s private patio, the perfect setting to sip your morning cup of coffee or savour your favourite novel. Pricing starts from the low $500,000’s.

Grafia will cater a host of on-site amenities and services suited for all lifestyles, whether you love to exercise your green thumb in the garden or break a sweat in the gym.

You won’t have to wander far from home to find local comforts and culture. Experience the breadth of cafes, restaurants, bars and markets along the city’s coveted Commercial Drive, where you’ll discover plenty of ways to fill your evenings and weekends. Savour the great outdoors in one of the many nearby parks and trails or along the waterfront at the beloved Trout Lake. Schools, grocery stores and big-name retailers are minutes away whenever you need to stock up the fridge or run those weekday errands.

Grafia’s proximity to the Commercial-Broadway SkyTrain Station lets you commute across the region with ease, along with straightforward access to Highway One and Boundary Road for quick travel to Burnaby, downtown Vancouver and beyond.

Interested buyers are invited to learn more about this community by sending an email to grafia@porte.ca.

For the latest information and updates, register your interest today at grafia.porte.ca.

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