Mixed-use housing comes to Dunbar

"Everything Vancouver has to offer" with variety of floorplans and a great neighbourhood.

Local developer Omicron is bringing the first mixed-use housing project since 2008 to the Dunbar neighbourhood with their 5555 Dunbar project, a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes in a variety of floorplans.

Located right next door to the Blaq Sheep Coffee House and Bistro and close to any other amenity you can possibly imagine, from restaurants to community centres to shopping to education and beyond, 5555 Dunbar is perfectly situated.

“It has everything that Vancouver has to offer,” says Scott Brown, senior vice-president of residential and commercial marketing services at Colliers International Marketing. “5555 Dunbar feels like single-family living and (the homes are) larger than you’d find downtown.”

On June 1, the neighbourhood will host a block party to welcome 5555 Dunbar to the neighbourhood. Among the entertainment and activities will be an urban market, muralist, golfing station, live band and a barbecue, among many others. The barbecue will be by donation, with all proceeds donated to the Vancouver Food Bank.

Homes at 5555 Dunbar start at $349,000. For more information, visit www.5555dunbar.com or call 604-568-7551.

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