Raphael

By Landa Global Properties

Vancouver West Side

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description

Situated at the corner of Alma Street and West 10th, this four-storey collection pairs a contemporary form with traditional charm where the neighbourhoods of Point Grey, Kitsilano and Dunbar come together.

4-storey mixed-use concrete building, 35 condominiums, 7 retail units at grade, 80 underground parking spaces, short walk to Broadway commercial district, close to top schools, near Jericho Beach & Spanish Banks watersports.

This project is in its pre-construction phase. Details may change.

29 x 2-bedrooms

1 x 3-bedroom

1 x 3 bedroom + den

Estimated completion: Move in Winter 2024

Amenities

  • Lobby
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Electric Vehicle Stalls
  •  Bicycle Storage
  •  Firepit
  •  Underground Parking
  •  Parcel Room
  •  Outdoor Terraces

All homes on the second and third floors have enclosed balconies. There is a also a small shared terrace on the second floor. Each of the top floor residences have open balconies with planters and their own outdoor staircase to a private roof deck.

Two levels of underground will provide parking for 80 vehicles – including 16 for retail, 6 for visitors, and 3 handicapped – and storage for 46 bicycles – 14 vertical, 33 horizontal. Eight bicycles can be accommodated at grade for visitors and one Class B loading space is proposed. All resident storage is in-suite.

Floor plans

Around the Area

Close to everything just around the corner

Places close by

Groceries

Coffee Shops

Dining

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Parks

Schools

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