Venerable developer Bosa Properties is planning an architecturally striking condo tower for a site at the corner of West Georgia Street and Cardero Street in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour neighbourhood, near the Bayshore Hotel.
The new tower will contain 184 condo units, ranging from one bedroom, one bedroom and den, two bedrooms and some three bedroom units, several with private rooftop decks.
The development is called “Cardero” and is now taking registrations at: bosaproperties.com/cardero
Beautiful new renderings of the building were recently posted to the developer’s website:
The interiors look to be equally as impressive, with modern kitchens and bathrooms with extensive use of carrera marble throughout, including on the living room wall in one rendering.
Kitchens: Imported Italian kitchens are crafted by master artisans, and complimented by premium Miele appliances and integrated technology, offering enhanced form and function.
Living spaces: Cardero’s Tower Collection of homes offers unique BOSAspace™ technology that transforms rooms to maximize space and optimize livability.
Bathrooms: Bathrooms are calmed spaces created by a rich palate of materials, designed to be innovative, inspired, and utterly stunning. Generous storage includes large cabinets and ledges incorporated into a clean design.
Bedrooms: Natural light flows through sophisticated, open-concept homes and bedrooms become peaceful sanctuaries imbued with a calm that redefines beauty sleep.
The developer describes the development as follows:
Introducing Cardero by Bosa Properties. A cornerstone connecting the downtown core, Coal Harbour’s seawall, and Stanley Park, this boutique collection of luxury residences raises the bar for architecture and innovative design in Vancouver. Available this summer.
The smaller one bedroom units are said to feature the developer’s innovative BosaSPACE design, which features moving walls and convertible furniture that can be changed easily.
Units are expected to start in the $600,000s, with penthouses in the $4 million range.
Here’s a video from Bosa explaining the concept.
The building was designed by Henriquez Partners Architects of Vancouver.