At a Glance
- Located on the historic Avalon Farm near 41st & Wales in East Van
- 54 units
- Six 3-storey stacked townhouse complexes
- Wood construction
- Heritage farmhouse to be converted into a community space
The Avalon Dairy Farm was the last working farm in the city of Vancouver, operating right up until June of 2011. The 1.25 acre site was sold to developers, but the project got stuck in the zoning and government approval process for years.
Now, with the plan finally approved, a bold new development is coming to the Killarney community. Local residents overwhelmingly approve the townhouse idea, and demand should be strong. Sign up above and I’ll keep you updated and grant you VIP access.
Pricing for Avalon Mews
Pricing for this unique Vancouver development hasn’t been determined yet. Sign up for VIP access above to receive updates when they are announced.
Floor Plans for Avalon Mews Condos
Early renderings of this development in East Vancouver show a mix of 2 and 3-bedroom townhouses, with 8 units being touted as lock-off (meaning they can be turned into two smaller units if needed). Check back for more detailed floor plans soon, or sign up above and I will let you know when plans have released.
Avalon Mews Interiors
It’s still early in the process for this new development, and so many factors could change. Check back soon for details on interiors. You can also sign up for VIP access on the form above.
Amenities at Avalon Mews
The heritage farmhouse on the site will be converted to a shared community space. Exact details on this, and other amenities at Avalon Mews have not been shared yet.
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Parking and Storage
There are plans for 75 underground parking stalls at Avalon Mews. Further info on storage and bike facilities will be released soon.
Maintenance Fees at Avalon Mews
Strata fees should be around $0.20/sf.
Developer Team for Avalon Mews in Killarney
The 1.25-acre parcel of land that was Avalon Farms was purchased by a developer named Avalonna Homes Ltd. There isn’t a lot of information available on this firm.
Robert Ciccozzi Architecture Inc. were hired to draw up plans. They’ve designed similar developments in Richmond (Oxford Lane and Tempo) and Surrey (The Grove Parkhomes in Clayton).
Expected Completion for Avalon Mews
The completion date is tentatively set for late 2016.