Featured Vancouver Developments
North Vancouver - Adera Seven35
Adera: sounds like the name of a mysterious new neighbour next door, doesn't it? Well, you could say that, except that the developers of the Seven35 are about as open and up-front as can be. The development promises smart options for the North Van buyer, like locally-sourced building materials, landscaping with native plants, shared rooms for drying off messy pets and storing bicycles, private outdoor rooms (the builder calls them rooftop lanais), a community garden and so much more. Located off Marine Drive far enough from the traffic not to hear it, but still close to transit, banks, malls, schools, the SeaBus, and parks, Seven35 is a great choice for buyers who want to be a part of the ethical building movement. The Trans Canada Trail is, quite literally, next door.
Sustainability is a top priority of the Seven35, and the facts don't lie. The Seven35 will apply for LEED Platinum and Built Green™ Gold-rated certification, which will make it the first multi-family complex in Canada with LEED Platinum and the first project with both LEED and Built Green™ certifications. It's amazing how much attention Adera has paid to getting the most out of recycled materials and eco-friendly options. The porcelain tiles, for example, are all made from a minimum 25 percent recycled content. Seven35's walkability is in the top 12% of all North American cities with a Walkscore of 83, meaning you don't have to have a car to enjoy access to all the conveniences and necessities in the area. Other green innovations in Seven35 homes include a waste water heat recovery system, the first of its kind in the Canadian private residential market, a bioswale for filtering storm water, and low-flow faucets and toilets.
Not only is the Seven35 built with convenience and the environment in mind, it's also beautiful. A public outdoor sculpture by local artist Bruce Boyce is incorporated into the landscape design, along with other aesthetically-pleasing plants and shrubbery. Exterior building accents include cedar soffits and a combination of Hardie Plank and Panel Fibre cement siding. The floor to ceiling windows allow the natural surroundings to reflect on the glass, which creates a dynamic interplay between the natural world and the indoor living space.
Construction on the Seven35 development is not yet complete, but there are townhouses available now. Prices start at $244,900 and building is slated to finish in 2012.
Contact the North Shore Realty team to get more information and detailed pricing on Seven35 by Adera, or to arrange a viewing.