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Quartet, Vancouver BC

Listing status
Developer sold out
River District Community | 8533 River District Crossing, Vancouver, BC

Community by Wesgroup Properties

Condo
257 Units, 18 Stories
1.5 - 4.5 Bedrooms
Complete

Overview

Quartet is a new condo community By Wesgroup Properties at 8533 River District Crossing, Vancouver. Quartet has a total of 257 units.
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Quartet details

Building Type:Condo
Ownership:Condominium
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Wesgroup Properties
Architect(s): By GBL Architects
Sales Company: By Macdonald Realty Westmar
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Amenities
Pool
Sauna
Hot Tub
Sports Area
Outdoor Patio
Party Room
Fitness Area
Kids Play Room
Steam Room
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Features and finishes

Living Room
Sophisticated exterior eloquently transition to modern interiors. Confront prevails throughout homes with open floor plans and streaming natural light.
- Laminate wood flooring sweeps throughout the main living spaces
- Durable and sustainable Green Label Plus carpeting in bedrooms
- Energy-efficient low-E windows with sleek roller shades throughout
- Generous outdoor space includes private balconies, terraces and rooftop decks.
- Full-size front loading Whirlpool washer and dryer
- Innovative WiFi-enabled thermostat allows remote control of the interior climate

Kitchen
Orchestrate your culinary ambitions in the gourmet kitchen. Each element is positioned with purpose to achieve the most efficient functionality.
- Stainless steel appliance package:
- Jenn - Air 36" refrigerator with French door
- Jenn - Air 30" gas cooktop
- Jenn - Air 30" wall oven with dual fan
- Jenn - Air dishwasher
- KitchenAid 1200-watt microwave oven
- AEG-Electrolux Perfekt Glide 30" pull-out range hood
- Durable Quartz countertops transition to a stylish linear tile backsplash
- Contemporary square-edge cabinets and drawer with soft-close technology
- Electrical outlet with-in USB port eliminates the need for bulky USB adapters

Bathroom
Thoughtfully - designed to appeal to various levels of ambiance, relax and unwind in an environment completely in tune with your mind and body.
- Porcelain title floor feature energy efficient in-floor heating system (ensuite bathroom)
- Custom medicine cabinet with mirrored front (ensuite bathroom)
- Designer accent tile wall creates a sleek, modern look (ensuite bathroom)
- Frameless glass shower
- Luxurious soaker bathtub
- Thoughtful vanity lighting and under-cabinet LED lighting with motion sensor
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Quartet marketing summary

Final Homes at Town Centre

Completing the composition of town centre, Quartet is a diverse arrangement of sophisticated residences. The 18-storey tower, Encore, grants panoramic views of the Lower Mainland. Homes in the 10-storey midrise, Opus, favour the expanse of space. And Chorus, a row of two-storey townhomes topped by a five-storey condo, are embraced by the tower and midrise structures, and complete the composition of residences.

Source: Wesgroup
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Last update: Feb 09, 2022
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