Vancouver The Laurel Townhomes


Selling Soon
2 years ago

The Laurel Townhomes

809 West 33rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2K5, Canada

Developer: Vertex


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

The Laurel, a fresh brand new townhouse project coming to Vancouver, is set to open its doors in the coming months. Vertex Developments is responsible for the construction of this townhouse. It is now under construction and will be completed shortly at 809 West 33rd Avenue in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Features‌ ‌and‌ ‌Amenities‌

Vertex Developments’ The Laurel Townhouses, a cluster of 49 stacked townhomes on Vancouver’s West Side, will be ready in the near future. Fiber cement panels, wood and brick cladding, lank shingle siding, symmetrical windows, and wrought-iron railings characterize the exteriors of this modern West Coast structure. 

The three-storey frontage on West 33rd Avenue and the stepped-down two-and-a-half-story frontage on the alley encloses an internal courtyard. Garden houses with one or two bedrooms start at 485 square feet, while townhomes with two or three bedrooms go up to 1,452 square feet. 

Parking for cars, bicycles and storage lockers are all on the same level belowground. The four townhouse structures will create a private courtyard for residents to enjoy.

Location and Neighborhood

Just off the Cambie Corridor and within walking distance of the VanDusen Botanical Garden and Queen Elizabeth Park, The Laurel Townhomes is an ideal location. Oakridge Centre, a few streets away, is undergoing a major makeover that will bring even more retail and community facilities to the neighborhood. 

The Canada Line, bus lines, and bike lanes are all within a short distance of one other. A unique chance to reside in a neighborhood with easy access to the finest that the city has to offer has been made available to you.

The BC Children’s Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Park, Stone Garden, and Oak Meadows Park are all within walking distance of the Laurel townhouses. 

There are four schools within a few blocks of Willow Street. Eric Hamber Secondary School, Jules-Verne High School, École Rose-Des-Vents Primary School, and King David High School are all within a few minutes drive of the townhouses, respectively. Safeway King Edwar Mall, located on Oak Street, serves as a convenient grocery store for residents. Oakridge Centre and The Bay retail malls are also good places to conduct activities.


The Oakridge-41st Avenue SkyTrain station is the closest to the townhouse. Cambie St. is just a few blocks away. To go throughout the city, citizens may ride the Cambie St. bus.

About the Developers

Vertex Developments was founded in 2018 to take advantage of the prospects in the Greater Vancouver Real Estate market. For Graham Carter, Trevor St Germain, and Patrick Uy, bringing up families in Vancouver was the driving force behind Vertex Developments, combining their extensive professional expertise. 

Because they believe that Vancouver should feel like a place they can call home, their work is rooted in the sense of responsibility. For a long time now. This goes beyond just constructing aesthetically pleasing residences. It’s about bringing people together. 

A legacy of community-focused development can take root in a city where nature, culture, and the economy are all driving world-class living. Vertex is dedicated to completing projects that consider both the individuals involved and the environment as a whole.

Everyone involved in their story—residents, specialty contractors, and investors—helps keep this sense of community alive. Their homeowners desire to invest in proud, safe, and supportive communities so that their children may grow up with a strong feeling of home. 

Their specialty contractors are all local and believe passionately in their deliberate, quality-focused approach. ‘ As a result, they have invested in projects that have a long-term impact, creating appealing houses for future generations. 

From the beginning, they have considered the city’s social, environmental, and financial well-being and its long-term economic viability. These people are devoted to completing initiatives that have the welfare of both people and the environment at heart.

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