Ahhh...life on Burnaby Mountain. Fresh air, forested setting, lively urban vibe and proximity to a world-class university. Who says you can't have it all? Certainly not the Hungerford Group. Hot on the heels of the success of their UniverCity condominium tower, this Vancouver-based company has just launched Altitude's second residence - another spectacular, glass and concrete tower with more of their most popular floor plans and an extra two storeys bringing the total to 14 floors of outstanding living.
At the edge of SFU, on top of Burnaby Mountain, there’s cool and a little known community of young families and couples, academics, students and professionals who value living on nature’s doorstep. Currently home to 3,500 residents, UniverCity – as it’s called – is also on the verge of a major transformation as more residents move in (10,000 are expected to live there within the next decade) and more homes go up. There are already shops, restaurants and cafes, an award-winning, sustainably designed daycare and elementary school, as well as over 23 kilometres of hiking and biking trails through lush forest.
In the heart of this new community is Hungerford Properties’ two-tower development called Altitude. The first tower will be complete by the end of the year when residents begin to move in, and over the weekend, they launched the second tower. When built, the towers will be the tallest in Metro Vancouver offering spectacular views of the North Shore mountains, Burrard Inlet and downtown. Altitude Tower Two will be 14-storeys and offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes starting at $240,000’s.
Apr 11, 2014Altitude General News In The Media Residential
The second tower in the Altitude development on Burnaby Mountain will be the highest point in Metro Vancouver when it's complete.
The project by Hungerford Properties goes on sale Saturday (April 12) at noon at 8955 University High St., Burnaby.
The first tower is 75 per cent sold and construction will be finished by the end of the year, the company says.
The project is located in the UniverCity community next door to Simon Fraser University. So far 3,500 people call the neighbourhood home, a figure that will eventually reach more than 10,000.
Apr 08, 2014Altitude General News Residential
At the edge of SFU, on top of Burnaby Mountain, there’s a cool, little known and growing community of young families and couples, academics, students and professionals who value living on nature’s doorstep. Currently home to 3,500 residents, UniverCity – as it’s called – is also on the verge of a major transformation as more residents move in (10,000 are expected to live here within the next decade) and more homes go up. There are already shops, restaurants and cafes, an award-winning, sustainably designed daycare and elementary school, as well as over 23 kilometres of hiking and biking trails through lush forest.
People looking for a good deal may have just hit the jackpot. Hungerford Properties is offering a one-day “groupon-style” sale for their newest development Altitude on Burnaby Mountain.
“It means using group buying power to provide deals to people who wouldn’t otherwise be there,” said Jason Dolker, director of sales and marketing for Hungerford Properties. Prior to the one-day event - taking place June 8 - people planning on buying one of Hungerford’s
Altitude condominiums at Simon Fraser University’s UniverCity must register online. Once they’ve registered, Dolker said they should come to the sales office and look at the show rooms and the different units available. “We recommend people to come up prior to the event so that they can preview and get more knowledgeable about what they want,” he said. “That way the day of, when they arrive, they already know what they want and it’s not an education process.”
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