1665 E 6th Avenue, Vancouver

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* Type: Fixed, Term: 5 years, Amortization: 25 years
1665 E 6th Avenue, Vancouver
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1665 E 6th Avenue - Rare Opportunity to acquire a Development site in the Heart of Commercial Drive. Steps away from the drive, and walking distance to the sky train station and Trout Lake. Build an apartment with 1.45 FSR or build a rental housing and increase your FSR to 2.6. The Drive is one of the most authentic and culturally rich neighborhoods in East Van. The Drive includes Little Italy which is 8 blocks of over 60 years of Italian heritage and 22 full blocks of over 300 different merchants. Merchants include live music and bar scene, unique restaurant experiences, dinner and dancing, theaters, specialty food stores, and much more. Call us for more information on this unique opportunity. (id:1945)

Details and Features for 1665 E 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5N1P2

  • Acreage: false
  • Amenities: Recreation, Shopping
  • Size Total: 5842 sqft
  • Fence Total:
  • Size Frontage: 46 ft
  • Type: House
  • Basement Type: Unknown (Unfinished)
  • Constructed Date: 1926
  • Basement Features: Unknown
  • Fireplace Present: False
  • Basement Development: Unfinished
  • Construction Style Attachment: Detached
  • Features: Central location

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
Commercial–Broadway station It is a major transit hub, with the most boardings of any SkyTrain station, and a terminus of Metro Vancouver's busiest bus route, the 99 B-Line
VCC–Clark station Named after the nearby Vancouver Community College, near Clark Drive, the station serves as the terminus of the Millennium Line
Stratford Hall (school) Stratford Hall is one of five Western Canada schools to complete International Baccalaureate experience with IB offered from Kindergarten through Grade 12 to all students
Grandview–Woodland It is a mature neighbourhood in Vancouver that is a vibrant mixture of commercial, industrial, single-family and multi-family residential with a rich ethnic history and features.
Rocky Mountaineer Station Prior to 2005, the Vancouver terminus for the Rocky Mountaineer was the Pacific Central Station
John Hendry Park Trout Lake is located in the center of the park and is operated by the Vancouver Parks Board and the Grandview Community Association