Vancouver 5427 Joyce Street Condos


Selling Soon
3 years ago

5427 Joyce Street Condos

5427 Joyce St., Vancouver, BC V5R 4H3, Canada

Developer: Westbury


Project Info
Type: Condo
Units: TBA
Status: Selling Soon
Est. Completion: TBA
Price: TBA
Location: Vancouver

5427 Joyce Street is a new up-and-coming condominium development by Westbury Properties that is expected to open soon. The project is now in the preconstruction stage and will be completed at 5427 Joyce St. in Vancouver, British Columbia. This condominium building is six storeys and has 49 residential apartments.

Features‌ ‌and‌ ‌Amenities‌

The Westbury Properties plan calls for 49 residential apartments and 46 parking spaces in an underground parking garage. For this reason, it has been intended to be grade-adaptive, allowing it to blend in seamlessly with the surrounding single-family homes. 

This building’s bottom massing serves as a solid foundation. In contrast, the top massing, with its fun random pattern, helps to break up the giant block facing Joyce St. The outside of the building is made up of brick, cedar siding, and fiber cement panels, all of which are long-lasting. 

The lighter materials, such as light fiber cement, are utilized in the top massing, while the heavier brick is employed in, the lower massing. The project’s overall floor area is 38,955 square feet, making it 2.6 times as dense as the land assembly lot in terms of floor space ratio. 

According to the precinct design, buildings of all heights are permitted within a short distance of the station, but outside this core, there is a gradual change to low- and medium-rise structures.

Location and Neighborhood

The restaurants and cafés on Kingsway and Joyce Street are within walking distance of the 5427 Joyce Street condo. In addition to Metro Coffee Bar & Billiards and Jambo Tandoor & Paan House, other places to eat and drink along Kingsway include Coco Fresh Tea & Juice, Gold Train Express, and Milk & Sugar Cafe. 

Pampanga’s Cuisine, Freshslice Pizza, Boa Bakery, and Tim Hortons are just a few of the places you’ll find on Joyce Street. Safeway Collingwood, located at Kingsway and Senlac Street, is another option for people to stock up on groceries.

The nearby schools and parks make this an excellent place for families to settle down. The Vancouver School Board’s StrongStart program, the Graham D. Bruce and Sir Wilfred Grenfell elementary schools, and the Collingwood Neighbourhood School are just a few examples. Collingwood Park, Gaston Park, Melbourne Park, Aberdeen Park, and Carleton Park are just a few of the surrounding green spaces to explore. Many people have access to parks and playgrounds, allowing them to relax and play with their children.


On Joyce Street, just outside this condominium project in Vancouver, two bus stop stations are for both directions. The Joyce-Collingwood SkyTrain station is also nearby. The train station is about a 5-minute walk from the property. 

You can walk or bike to many restaurants, cafés, schools, and parks. Within a five-minute walk of the SkyTrain station, the property is situated just north of Kingsway. Joyce Rectifier’s electrical substation is located just north of it.

About the Developers

Paul Dhaliwal, the company’s founder, started Westbury Properties as a far-off fantasy. Paul and his mother moved to Vancouver when he was nine years old.

With much perseverance, Paul entered the real estate development business to build world-class residences for the residents in Vancouver. Paul was taught the importance of tenacity, leadership, and invention at a young age.

This family-owned firm has a long history of adhering to these principles. All Westbury Properties’ partners and homeowners can expect an outstanding level of service from our team of professionals. 

It is the goal of every Westbury house to inspire the creation of a beautiful, enduring community. In the beginning, there was a faraway hope, and now there is a promise.

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