Living the Grand Central life in Coquitlam

Intergulf Development releases third phase of Grand Central in Coquitlam's city centre.



Life is grand at Intergulf Development Group’s Grand Central Three, in the heart of Coquitlam’s centre and right on the soon-to-be-built Evergreen Line.

With great layouts, beautiful features and amazing amenities, finding the perfect home at Grand Central will not be hard.

“We’ve been very careful to efficiently design the homes,” says Rennie project manager Macartney Greenfield. “Our layouts are pretty fantastic.”

Ranging from 545 to over 1,400 square feet, the 249 homes are available in a range of one- and two-bedroom plans, some with a den as well.

The 37-storey building has huge windows and spacious balconies or patios, so the outdoors is never far away no matter what the weather is like.

Inside, the 8’8-ceilings and laminate wood flooring throughout the living and dining rooms combine for a truly great first impression. Buyers are able to choose between two colour schemes, Chelsea and Manhattan, giving you options for making your home fit your style.

Stainless-steel appliances, contemporary wood veneer cabinetry and quartz countertops are all included in the elegant kitchen, and the marble backsplash is a highlight.

“It really sticks out as a design detail,” Greenfield says. “It adds sophistication to the suite.”

The bathrooms feature their own wood veneer cabinets and quartz countertops, which makes the home flow nicely. Large soaker tubs and porcelain tile flooring are complemented by contemporary faucets and fixtures by Moen. In the two-bedroom homes, the ensuite includes a bath/shower with ceramic or glass tile.

A full-size washer and dryer is included with every suite, one of many convenient touches that Intergulf is offering its buyers.

This is the third phase of Grand Central, so buyers will be able to take advantage of all the benefits of a master-planned community, Greenfield says. Among the amenities offered is an outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, putting green, community garden, fully equipped fitness facility and a lounge and bar with a multi-media room, party room and kitchen, among other things.

“Nobody else can offer these amenities,” says Greenfield. “We have 1.5 acres of outdoor space.”

When you venture off the property, you will find shopping and dining just steps away at Coquitlam Centre. There are several leisure activities in the 2,200 acres of parks and trails nearby, as well as education at Douglas College and several elementary and secondary schools.

“Our location is optimal,” Greenfield says. “We made sure that we made life as comfortable as possible.”

Construction at Grand Central Three has already started, and Greenfield says that buyers will be able to take possession in the fall of 2014.

Intergulf is proud to offer 100 homes under $300,000, which gives first-time buyers a chance to buy a home in a great transit-oriented community.

“This is a great investment,” Greenfield says. “It’s the optimal time to buy.”

Homes at Grand Central Three start at $229,900. For more information, visit www.grandcentral3.com or call 604-936-1888.

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