Davie and Broughton

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Davie and Broughton is a new development in Vancouver's West End on Lower Davie that is currently in the pre-approval stage.  The proposed project consists of two residential highrises and a podium with townhouses, 68 units of social housing and 153 residential condos. 

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Project Details

Address: 1345 Davie Street

Developer: Marcon

Architect: Henriquez Partners Architects

Building Type: Pre-construction townhomes and condos. Two concrete highrises; one is 18 stories and the other 19 stories with 153 residential units. 

Unit Types: TBA.  We expect to see one bedrooms, two bedrooms and three bedrooms apartment style condos, townhomes as well as a selection of penthouses. 

Features and Amenities:  TBA

Floorplans: TBA. 

Prices: TBA. 

Estimated Completion: TBA

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Note: information on this webpage is from a variety of sources which may include the developers website, advertisements, sales centre, MLS or other sources and is not guaranteed and is subject to change . This is not an offering for sale.  You are advised to read the Developers contract and Disclosure statement carefully and have your Lawyer review it.  Lynn Le Drew and RE/MAX Crest Realty Westside are not affiliated with the developer and are not liable for any errors and omissions. Not intended to cause or induce a breach of an existing agency relationship.