88 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Condominium
  • Living area: 1082 sqft
  • Added: 30 days ago
Well cared & loved original owner home, rarely available 04 unit at The One in the heart of Olympic Village. Spacious and bright interior with hardwood floor through out living area. Central air condition for your comfort. Gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances, plenty of counter top/cabinet space. Roomy pantry provides extra storage space. Smart layout separate the sleeping quarter & living area. Large master bedroom. Luxurious ensuite with double vanity. Bright solarium/den is ideal for home office or study. Good size balcony extend your living space outdoor. Beautiful False Creek water view from your home. Great amenities includes exercise room, yoga studio, children's play area and roof top outdoor pool and hot tub. Stone throw to all the shopping, dining and transit. (id:1945)

Building Details for 88 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Type: Apartment
  • Fixture: Drapes/Window coverings
  • Amenities: Exercise Centre, Laundry - In Suite
  • Cooling : Air Conditioned
  • Fire Protection: Smoke Detectors, Sprinkler System-Fire
  • Constructed Date: 2015
  • Fireplace Present: False

Land Details for 88 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Amenities: Marina, Recreation, Shopping

Additional Details for 88 W 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Features: Central location, Elevator, Garbage disposal unit
  • Pool : Outdoor pool
  • View : View
  • Structure: Clubhouse
  • Municipal Id: 029-700-086
  • Maintenance Fee: 672.05
  • Water Front : Waterfront
  • Ammenities Near By: Marina, Recreation, Shopping
  • Maintenance Fee Payment Unit: Monthly
Nearby Places
Name Type Address
2010 Olympic Village There are over a thousand units, ranging over a million square feet, that was able to accommodate over 2,800 athletes, coaches, and officials for the 2010 Winter Olympics
Main Street–Science World station The station is accessible from both sides of Main Street at the intersection of Main Street and Terminal Avenue, and is adjacent to Pacific Central station, the city's inter-city railway and bus terminal.
Cambie Bridge The current bridge opened in 1985, but is the third bridge at the same location
Pacific Central Station The station also provides intercity coach service, being the head office and bus depot of Pacific Coach Lines and the main Vancouver terminal for Greyhound Canada
Olympic Village station The use of the term "Olympic" has been licensed for use by the International Olympic Committee.
BC Sports Hall of Fame Museum 777 Pacific Blvd S
BC Sports Hall of Fame In 1993, the BC Sports Hall of Fame opened in BC Place Stadium, located at Gate A, the main entrance to the Stadium
Rogers Arena Opened in 1995, the arena was known as General Motors Place (GM Place) from its opening until July 6, 2010, when General Motors Canada ended its naming rights sponsorship and a new agreement for those rights was reached with Rogers Communications