Vancouver’s ‘Condo’ King brings Yaletown building back to life
At a time when condo units are getting smaller, Yaletown’s Pacific Point Building offers one thing you won’t get in a new building: space – and lots of it.
The 20-year-old building at 1323 Homer Street in Vancouver, which was bought by well-known developer Nat Bosa last year, is currently undergoing a complete renovation – something that has never before been done in Vancouver on this scale and at such high quality.
“There just aren’t any buildings like new Pacific Point in downtown Vancouver any more,” says Nat Bosa, president of Bosa Development. “No where else will you get the unobstructed and protected views, space and amenities combined with new high-end finishings we are providing here.”
Formerly a high-rise rental building, the new and luxuriously revamped Pacific Point will offer a range of studios, one, two and three-bedroom condos for singles, professionals and families to live in (ranging from 448 to 1678 sq. ft.). The building also has a large indoor pool, hot tub, gym and communal meeting space.
“You just have to walk through the units to really understand the value of what you’re getting at Pacific Point,” says Lisa Murrell, Bosa Development’s sales and marketing manager. “The units are big, the windows are big and the views are big, which really allows for the best of downtown living.”
Known for its high-quality condos, Bosa Development is adding the same touch to Pacific Point units, which will feature new Armony cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances and even new washer and dryers for each unit (which were previously not there).
Bosa has ensured this building is in great shape for its new owners, even re-plumbing the entire building! However, to top it off, Bosa is putting his own name to the project offering buyers the Nat Bosa Assurance Program, a full 2-5-10 warranty program that will give confidence to anyone who invests in Pacific Point.
All 214 units over 28 floors will be on the market this spring. Public previews are expected to start March 2 and 3.