Shannon Wall Centre by Peter Wall

This project will be at 57th and Adera.  It will be about 10 Acres released over a couple of stages. The first stage will feature 41 exclusive residences and 14 town homes. The homes will range from 501 to 2079 sq. ft. This project will feature beautiful restored heritage buildings amongst some new constructed buildings. The thoughtful interiors will be designed by BYU Design and will feature graceful living spaces with all the luxuries of a sophisticated estate.   The kitchen will be beautifully simple and perfectly functional, featuring enhanced engineering and durability with a sleek modern expression. This integrated and multi-functional space – the true heart of your home – is ideal for cooking, gathering and relaxing. Your kitchen features high-gloss lacquer or oak-finished doors, precision closures, and thoughtful organization and storage. The amenities you’ll have are unprecedented access to the ceremonial spaces of the heritage Mansion – including the restored Drawing and Dining Rooms, and the Great Hall and Conservatory – which may be booked for private gatherings and parties. You’ll also enjoy a fully equipped modern fitness centre with a luxurious lap pool.

The Architect for this project will be Perkins+Will & Robert Lemon Architect.
Pricing starting at $360,000.00 to over 1 million.
You can view the Floor plans & Amenities

If you have any questions about this Vancouver condo development or any other real estate matter please contact Dennis Lai.

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