Springbank writes a Novella in Coquitlam

The unique concrete mid-rise building in West Coquitlam is perfect for a savvy buyer looking for their ideal home.

A novella is referred to as a collection of short stories, but now homeowners can be part of a story at Springbank Properties’ Novella, a development designed for homeowners looking to write the next chapter in their lives.

The unique concrete mid-rise building in West Coquitlam is perfect for a savvy buyer looking for their ideal home in the best location in the neighbourhood.

With 77 boutique homes and stunning interiors, the development has been designed with expansive window walls to maximize natural light. The floor plans are open and efficient, with plenty of space for living, entertaining or relaxing. Springbank is also offering an appliance package that has been tailored to offer the very best appliances from respected leaders in the industry for every resident.

Homeowners will be within easy walking distance of the new Evergreen Line’s Burquitlam Station and other urban amenities, but will be able to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind when they return home to their quiet, relaxing retreat. Novella will be just steps from Burquitlam Park with its variety of amenities, including a playground, lit tennis courts and basketball courts.

Springbank Properties is an established developer that has been building quality and intimate communities throughout Greater Vancouver since 2002. They are proud to be working with one of Vancouver’s top architectural firms (Rositch Hemphill) and an expert in concrete multi-family construction (Ventana) to bring you Novella Living.

Novella is coming this fall. Register now to find out more information at www.novellaliving.com.

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