Downtown Vancouver 2 Bedroo...
Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Location, Location, Location, being adjacent to Yaletown puts Downtown Vancouver at your doorstep. The complex is located across the street from Rogers Arena and is a 10-15 minute walk to Yaletown for shopping, fine dining and the wonderful seawall for afternoon and evening strolls. You are also on the doorstep to Chinatown where you can find great dim-sum, shopping, day and night street markets. Minutes away is also historic Gastown where you can find the famous steam clock, historic buildings, tourist shopping and watching. Wonder over to downtown and Robson Street for hotels, shopping, sightseeing, fine dining, the new convention center, international cruise terminal , marina and a 10 minute bus ride to the world famous Stanley Park.
The Stadium station of Skytrain is right across the street from Spectrum 4 providing fast and inexpensive transportation to downtown, Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey and Coquitlam via train and to North Vancouver across Burrard Inlet via Seabus.
The complex was completed in January 2008 and has won several 2008 awards for multi-family developments.
Security is paramount and is provided by secure digital key access to the building, the floor selection once in the elevator, and to the condominium unit itself. Security patrols the complex site and provide a real sense of security and control. The condominium comes with a dedicated parking stall in the underground parking garage area that has similar security controls in place. The elevators are only 10 meters from the dedicated parking stall for this unit.
There are two bedrooms with queen sized beds and very large closets in each bedroom. One bedroom has a bathroom with tub and shower, the other bathroom is adjacent to the second bedroom and the living room, and it has a shower. The den is adjacent to the living room and kitchen and has a computer, printer, telephone and a high speed 8 Mbps internet connection. The kitchen has an oven, microwave, countertop stove, dishwasher and dual sinks with a garburator. The living room has seating for 4 on leather couch and ottoman, with additional seating at the dining table. There is a 46 inch Sony Bravia LCD HDTV, complete with Sony surround sound home theatre and DVD player. A portable air-conditioning cools down on hot summer days.
The view to the South and West from this 31st floor, 2 bedroom condominium, is spectacular. You can see Mount Hood in Washington State to the southeast, Vancouver and Richmond to the south, downtown and Stanley Park to the West and Burrard Inlet, the cruise boat terminal and the North Shore Mountains to the north west. Each of the two bedrooms, the den and the living room have floor to ceiling glass walls to observe and enjoy the view through the daylight, evening and night landscapes.
Additional amenities include: computer available, board games, security system, in-home theater, blow dryer, coffee maker, cooking and eating utensils, cd player, iron and ironing board, water filter/cooler, kettle, pots and pans, washer and dryer, garburator, answering machine, oven/stove.
Check-In: 4:00 PM
Check-Out: 11:00 AM
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
The British Columbia region
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