The famous CresseyKitchen is just one of the fabulous features at Cadence in Richmond.

The famous CresseyKitchen is just one of the fabulous features at Cadence in Richmond.

Richmond’s healthiest homes at Cressey’s Cadence

Luxury and style is evident at Cadence, a new project in Richmond's Oval Village that will include two towers and tons of amenities.



Luxury and style is evident at Cressey’s Cadence, a new project in Richmond’s Oval Village that will eventually include two residential towers and tons of amenities.

“This is the first master-planned mixed-use community in Richmond,” says David Evans, development manager for Cressey. “It’s anchored by the Oval itself, and everything is built up … around it.”

The location is one of the driving forces behind Cadence. Just a block from the water and its leisure and recreation opportunities, Cadence will be one of the most well-connected developments in the city, with shopping, dining and transit all within walking distance or on-site.

“People are recognizing the benefits of the Oval Village,” says Evans.

Healthy living is top of mind at Cadence, especially with its proximity to the Richmond Olympic Oval.

“We have a grand perspective for interior air quality, earth, water and personal well-being,” says Evans. “Each suite has individual water filtration and energy recovery ventilation that brings fresh air into each home.”

Every suite will have air-conditioning to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, as well as an outdoor space perfect for entertaining and over-height ceilings that contribute to the airy and spacious feeling.

Cressey has decided not to include carpet in the homes, and instead features wide-plank engineered hardwood flooring throughout, with tile in the bathrooms.

Perhaps one of the best parts of the homes at Cadence is the famous CresseyKitchen, with stainless-steel appliances, fully integrated Chef’s Wall, polished quartz countertops complemented by a marble backsplash and European-inspired full-height cabinetry and task lighting.

“People are thrilled and surprised by the kitchen itself,” says Evans. “It’s like a kitchen in a single-family home. It’s a show-stopper.”

Elegant bathrooms have quartz countertops and wood-grained floating vanities with under-cabinet lighting and a modern polished marble tile floor. The ensuite has heated tile flooring by Nu-heat, for that extra touch of luxury. A rain shower head adds a spa-like feel to the space, complemented by stylish chrome faucets.

Continuing the theme of healthy living at Cadence, there will be a branch of Steve Nash Fitness World on the ground level, and every homeowner will be given a membership. There will also be an array of shops, restaurants and other commercial spaces on the bottom level, making running errands convenient.

An expansive podium rooftop garden will feature an outdoor patio and barbecue area, outdoor fireplace, reflecting pond, private gardening plots and a children’s play area, among many other amenities. Cadence will also have a private concierge service.

For more information, visit www.cressey.com/cadence or call 604-276-8683. The presentation centre in Richmond is open by appointment.

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