At a Glance
- located at Heather Street & West 17th Avenue
- 4-storey concrete mixed use building
- 16 condominium homes
- 2 retail units
- 2 levels of underground parking
- air conditioning
A Rare Westside Opportunity
Located on a quiet, tree-lined West Side street, Heather and Seventeenth offers an extremely rare opportunity to be involved in South Cambie West Side’s only new presale opportunity for 2017. Designed by GBL Architects, this stunning boutique collection of 16 2- and 3-bedroom concrete residences offers convenience and tranquility, second to none. Heather and Seventeenth is just steps away from parks, shops, restaurants, top-rated schools, and transit.
Pricing for Heather and Seventeenth
Floor Plans for Heather and Seventeenth
Heather and Seventeenth will offer only 10 2-bedroom and six 3-bedroom luxury homes. Those with a serious interest in this opportunity should contact me today to learn about what is available, and consider plans and pricing.
Heather and Seventeenth Interiors
Luxury features include:
- airy 9’6″ ceilings
- Sub Zero + Wolf Appliances
- Arclinea Italian Kitchen Design by Antonio Citterio
- air conditioning
- 4 private rooftop patios
Parking and Storage
Parking will be provided in two levels of underground access from the lane.
Maintenance Fees at Heather and Seventeenth
Will be included in finalized pricing package.
Developer Team for Heather and Seventeenth
Terra Blanka Development is a collaborative collective of designers, engineers, craftsmen, fabricators, and construction managers based in Vancouver. They are committed to creating beautiful, comprehensive projects from start to finish. They help clients design and build their dream homes.
GBL Architects is a progressive Vancouver-based firm of 38 architects, project managers and technicians with a 25-year reputation of providing a full range of architectural services to the private and public sector. GBL design with the belief that form plays a vital role in defining experience through an ever-changing dynamic between sculptural artistry and social responsibility. To that end, they regularly practice green design through the LEED Canada Program.
Expected Completion for Heather and Seventeenth
To be announced.