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Vancouver Sun Showcase: 206 — 175 East 10th Street, North Vancouver

My listing  at 206-175 West 10th , North Vancouver was mentioned in the Vancouver Sun. For the full Vancouver Sun article click here.

206 — 175 East 10th Street, North Vancouver

Type: Two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment

Size: 931 sq. ft.

B.C. Assessment: $684,000

Listed for: $680,000

Sold for: $680,000

Sold on: March 24

Days on market in this listing: 48

Listing agent: Davis Kosowan at ReMax Crest Realty

Buyers agent: Meghan Bowie at ReMax Crest Realty

The big sell: Listing agent Davis Kosowan says multiple offers were received for this two-bedroom-plus-den apartment in North Vancouver’s Central Lonsdale district, which achieved its asking price. It forms part of the rain-screened Rutherford Park complex, which was built in 1997 and now benefits from a new roof. The south-facing home has been updated with quartz countertops, undermount sinks, new faucets, crown moulding, warm designer colours, chandelier lighting complete with a ceiling rose in the dining area, and an upgraded gas fireplace with a slate tile surround and carved mantelpiece in the living room. There is generous storage space, in-suite laundry with a stacked washer and dryer, and hardwood floors throughout. The four-storey building comprises 51 suites and has a strata that allows pets and rentals (both with restrictions). The unit comes with a parking stall, storage locker and a monthly maintenance fee of $332.75.

 

North Vancouver approves new brewery district for Lonsdale

A sizeable area near the City of North Vancouver’s Lonsdale waterfront has been designated as the region’s newest brewery cluster.

Last week, North Vancouver city council approved an industrial commercial zoning amendment recommended by city staff for the 200 block of East 1st Avenue and the 200 and 300 blocks of East Esplanade, effectively turning a multi-city block area into a brewery district.

The area is mainly light industrial, with uses such as car garages, studios, laboratories, and small-scale manufacturing.

The municipal government says it has received interest from a number of parties to submit applications to build a new brewery with an attached restaurant-lounge space, but under previous city policies, every lounge added to these businesses would require a rezoning in order to be built.

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