Vancouver’s latest landmark, Fifteen Fifteen at 1515 Alberni in Coal Harbour by Bosa Properties and Büro Ole Scheeren, stands out as a beacon for visitors from the North Shore and Stanley Park. From West End to Coal Harbour and downtown Vancouver it serves as a city pivot point. West Pender Street is where the city’s grid splices.
A vertically moved apartment modules system allows for residential units’ dynamic but logical and economic arrangements. Horizontal living in a high-rise is introduced by the horizontal rotation of these modular pieces that project living rooms outwards.
The ground-level plaza will contain a prominent water feature from which a café and gallery will gaze out. Social amenity space with a 500-sq-ft indoor kids’ play area and 640-sq-ft covered outdoor amenity space with southwest solar exposure will be located on the second level. There is a stunning lounge area on the 27th floor of the cantilever that residents of this condominium project in Vancouver may use for entertainment.
Fifteen displays a meticulously created, unique silhouette to connect with the city. To react to the site’s multidirectional environment and maximize uninterrupted views of the water, parks, and the city, the tower opens up as a three-dimensional sculpture to embrace both the city and nature.
Three-bedroom floor plans at Fifteen Fifty On The Park are available with 3.5 bathrooms and 3,310 to 3,800 square feet of space. Chef-inspired kitchens, big dining spaces, and cozy family rooms or dens are included in the modern design of these homes.
One or two huge walk-in closets and an en-suite bathroom with double vanity, separate shower, and soaking tub are included in each master bedroom. Residents may find inset balconies or terraces slightly over 100 to 200 square feet. In addition to bathrooms, there are also plenty of closets and utility rooms in the plans.
Restaurants in the immediate area, including The Red Accordion, Jang Mo Jib, Zabu Chicken, and many more. Cafes in the area include Blenz Coffee, PappaRoti, and Tim Horton. Shops such as Whole Foods and Safeway are available in the area. There is also a public market in the area
Lord Roberts Elementary School and King George Secondary School are within walking distance of Fifteen Fifteen. The Fifteen Fifteen condominium building has access to several surrounding parks, including Stanley Park, Devonian Harbour Park, Marina Square, and Cardero Park.
On W Georgia St and Robson St, residents may board buses to various parts of downtown Vancouver. Burrard subway station is about a 10-minute walk from Fifteen Fifteen. A few steps away from the site are restaurants, cafés, and supermarkets.
In the heart of Coal Harbour, Vancouver’s most desirable waterfront neighborhood, this pre-construction building will significantly impact the city’s skyline and take up a lot of space.
Bosa Properties became a family-owned business known for its integrity, quality, and creativity. In the 1960s, Robert Bosa and his family immigrated from Italy to Vancouver to establish a modest construction firm, and their journey started there. A privately-owned company with a sterling reputation for quality in design and construction is now one of Canada’s most admired.
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