At a Glance
- located on Foster Avenue between Aspen & Fairview streets
- 8 x 3-storey woodframe buildings
- 52 townhomes
- standalone amenity building
- near The Vancouver Golf Club
- walking distance to Burquitlam Station rapid transit
- close to Lougheed Town Centre shopping
- minutes from Simon Fraser University
- built to Passive House standards
Happiness is Home
Happiness begins in the home. The place you always return to. A space you enjoy spending time in. The rooms that reflect who you are. These are homes that are bigger than just spacious — with all bedrooms so large they can fit a king-sized bed. You could even say, they’re larger than life. Home is a place for connection, comfort, belonging, and love. This is the foundation for happiness. This is Skagen.
Feel great knowing you are doing something good for the planet and for your family. Passive House homes utilize advanced and sustainable building technologies that lead to healthier living spaces filled with fresh air. And if that wasn’t enough, homeowners will also benefit from an 80% reduction in overall heating costs.
Floor Plans for Skagen
Ranging in size from 1,450 – 1,774 sq ft, Skagen will consist of 36 x 3-bedroom and 16 x 4-bedroom 3-storey townhomes. Previewing this Fall, I recommend those who are interested to sign up to our VIP list above for priority access to Skagen updates.
Amenities at Skagen
Along a north-south axis at the central portion of the site is located common amenities for the community. These include a 2-storey amenity building with kitchenette, bathroom, and an attached outdoor patio with barbeque area. To the north is a children’s play area and a lawn.
Parking and Storage
A one-level underground parkade contains 176 bicycle storage spaces, 90 vehicle stalls — of which 11 are for visitors — and storage for each home.
Maintenance Fees at Skagen
Developer Team for Skagen
Eighth Avenue Development Group is committed to creating small, smart, carefully-designed additions to neighbourhoods and communities throughout Metro Vancouver. Their goal is to produce smart boutique developments that comfortably blend into the existing fabric, create a new personality, and make a positive impact, while respecting the history and community of existing neigborhoods. Eighth Avenue believes the means to improve our well-being lies in a social response, as much as a technological one, meaning that we must change our lifestyles as well as our building methods.
Cornerstone Architecture is a Vancouver-based architectural practice founded in 1983. The firm has broad experience in a range of building types for both public and private clients. Cornerstone brings to these projects a commitment to meet client objectives in a consultative manner, based on a high quality of design and on sound environmental, technical, and financial understanding. Cornerstone is the foremost firm in Canada designing Passive House Standard multi-unit residential projects.
Cornerstone and 8th Avenue have previously collaborated on a Passive House project at 388 Skeena Street in Vancouver, called The Heights. This 85-unit rental apartment building is currently the largest Passive House in Canada.
Expected Completion for Skagen