2303-1199 Seymour Street, Vancouver BC V6B 1K3
Asking Price: COMING SOON
Welcome home. Tastefully renovated and meticulously detailed home with luxurious touches and elegant finishes.
This Yaletown condo, is located on the 23rd floor of the concrete, fully rain-screened Brava building. Many upgrades include walnut engineered hardwood flooring, bathroom countertops and tiles, new appliances. Designer hardware throughout, lighting and paint and new washer/dryer. Great floorplan, offering floor to ceiling windows, and a 3-wall structured bedroom space that could be enclodsed with a walk in closet. Enjoy the vibrant city outlook from the covered patio with decking tiles and NE views to the North Shore Mountains. The building has full amenities, including: an outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, gym, sauna, steam room, party room, media room, and a concierge. Steps away from Emery Barnes park, entertainment and best restauranst, seawall and shopping. This is an excellent condo fora first time home-buyers or an investor. No parking. Pets and rentals are welcome! A must see! Call today for your private showing.
THE BRAVA TOWERS
Brava Towers are located in Yaletown area of Vancouver West, at the crossroads of Seymour Street and Davie Street. Brava is just one block away from Emery Barnes Park, next door to Scotiabank Dance Center and steps away from the trendiest restaurants and clubs in the heart of Yaletown. Marinaside Crescent and Quayside Marina, the hottest Seawall mid-station along False Creek North with hosts of waterfront amenities, parks and cool shops like Urban Fare. Built by Amacon Development in 2005, these towers have been fully rain-screened. There are 420 units within two towers. Brava offers great amenities that include equipped fitness gym, private women's and men's change rooms with showers and lockers, a steam room, an outdoor 75' lap pool, a hot tub, and landscaped garden terrace, an outdoor warm-water dog/bike wash, lobby billiards lounge, and audio-video entertainment Centre, a social lounge with bar, a parents room and outdoor children's play area, guest suites and on-site caretaker. This building also features a floor specific access, a lobby enter-phone with security camera, a well-lit underground parking with access security gate and video surveillance,
Once an industrial center, Yaletown has developed into one of the city’s trendiest and most thriving communities. Named after the gold rush town of Yale whose residents moved into that part of Vancouver once the Canadian Pacific Railway extended from their home to the city, Yaletown became run down by the late 20th Century. After Expo ’86, however, the potential for development in the area became clear, and it was purchased by a Honk Kong investor. Almost a quarter-century later, one can easily see how that investment has paid off. Hamilton and Mainland Streets have maintained their historical charm, with refurbished heritage buildings – most of which were once warehouses – converted into lofts, offices, restaurants and shops. New properties have grown up around this central area, and Yaletown now consist of apartment buildings housing modern condos with fantastic views and amenities.