Turn-Key Investment Property at Electric Avenue
1526-938 Smithe Street, Vancouver BC V6Z 3H8
Welcome to Electric Avenue in Downtown Vancouver. Fully furnished 1 bedroom and den condo in the heart of downtown Vancouver at Electric Avenue by Bosa. Located on the 15th floor on the quiet side of the building, sprawling over 648sf of living space this home features, polished granite kitchen countertops, imported marble vanity tops, laminate flooring, large bedroom and den, walk-through closet and large outdoor balcony with NE exposure and park and city views. The den is the perfect office, nursery, small bedroom or an extra walk in closet. All furniture and furnishings are included in the price making it a perfect investment property ready to rent. Building amenities feature 2 roof top gardens, located on 11 and 19flr, 24-hours concierge, exercise room, meeting rooms, theatre and fireplace lounge. 1 parking stall included. Pets & rentals are allowed. Unbeatable location, steps to Vancouver's best dining and shopping.
ELECTRIC AVENUE by BOSA
Electric Avenue is located in Downtown area of Vancouver, at the crossroads Smithe Street and Burrard Street, just across from Robson Square. The Electric Avenue is situated in the heart of Vancouver's famous shopping area. Walking distance to business district, shopping, and best restaurants. Bosa Development quality built Electric Avenue in 2005. This 23-level building has a concrete construction, concrete exterior finishing and full rain screen. This highly acclaimed development offers 456 condominium residences. This complex has two addresses: 933 Hornby Street and 938 Smithe Street. There are 69 studios, 241 one-bedroom suites, 133 two-bedroom suites and 13 penthouses fully serviced by 5 elevators. The fitness centre offers treadmills, stationery bicycles, weights and rowing machines with washroom and change facilities. Great amenities include a lounge with a fireplace and adjacent common kitchen, two meeting/conference rooms, two private residential lobbies, intimate gardens on levels 19 and 24.
Downtown is Vancouver's primary business district, houses many arts, entertainment, and sports venues, and is close to several vibrant residential communities. A peninsula, Downtown is bounded by Burrard Inlet on the north, False Creek and the popular district of Yaletown to the south. The West End neighbourhood and world-famous Stanley Park are to the west, and the popular historic districts of Gastown, Chinatown, and Strathcona are to the east. Just over a century ago, Vancouver was a two-block collection of buildings called Granville (now known as Gastown). This location on Burrard Inlet was competing to be the west coast terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. By 1887, a year after the City of Vancouver was incorporated, the first passenger train arrived at the foot of Howe Street, and future growth was assured. In the next seven years, a building boom began to move the city centre from Water and Cordova Streets up to Georgia and Granville Streets. Streetcar service was initiated in 1890, joining the waterfront to Granville, Pender and Cordova Streets.