The bright, open floorplan of Fantom’s Vision sub-penthouses is ideal for easy entertaining, with timeless colours and finishing details and those spectacular views!
The bright, open floorplan of Fantom’s Vision homes is ideal for easy entertaining, with timeless colours and finishing details and those spectacular views!

The bright, open floorplan of Fantom’s Vision sub-penthouses is ideal for easy entertaining, with timeless colours and finishing details and those spectacular views! The bright, open floorplan of Fantom’s Vision homes is ideal for easy entertaining, with timeless colours and finishing details and those spectacular views!

A Vision of West Coast Elegance in White Rock

Fantom – Spectacular Sub-Penthouses, with Views to Match

While there’s a lot to love about White Rock’s Fantom residences, the views have definitely captured people’s attention. After all, there are few better places to soak in those views than Fantom’s Vision sub-penthouses, with their floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive, private patios.

Anchoring the ninth floor, the two suites are mirror images, east and west, positioned to capture those spectacular sunrises and sunsets over the Pacific.

This fall, the purchase of either suite also includes a sophisticated selection of sought-after upgrades.

Built-in bookshelves flank the great room’s marble-surrounded gas fireplace, creating a striking focal point when eyes aren’t on the view outside. In the dining room, an extension of the well-appointed kitchen, a custom beverage bar helps make entertaining both elegant and effortless. That custom approach extends into the den, where included upgrades feature complementary white painted millwork shelving for a beautifully functional home office or library.

At Fantom in White Rock, choose from Vision East or Vision West and soak in your breathtaking views to the southeast or southwest, through floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious patio.

The elegance you love

Limited to only 25 suites – three per floor – the prestigious Fantom capitalizes on its hillside location in the heart of White Rock to showcase those views. At the same time, what’s inside counts: find the timeless design you love and carefully selected amenities you want.

Designed by Ankenman and Associates Architects, and built by White Rock’s award-winning Forge Properties, construction is expected to be complete by early 2021.

In your well-appointed kitchen, a sleek, waterfall-edge marble countertop cascades down the island, while the matching slab backsplash, panelled Bosch appliances and bright white-painted cabinets are accented by matte black hardware and recessed under-cabinet LED lighting.

Complementary features continue in the great room and dining area, where your custom bar boasts contemporary glass upper cabinets, marble backsplash, beverage fridge and undermount sink.

Wide-plank, engineered hardwood extends throughout your living space and into your spacious master suite, where a fully outfitted walk-in custom closet offers clutter-free organization.

With heated marble floors underfoot, relax in luxury in your spa-inspired ensuite, with its extravagant marble-topped vanity, mirrored medicine cabinet, private water closet, spacious marble shower, and freestanding soaker tub – carefully positioned to capture that amazing view!

The amenities you want

Your Fantom community extends far beyond your own suite. Entering through the elegant lobby, with its two-way fireplace and grand concierge desk, Fantom’s secure first floor is fully dedicated to more than 4,500 sq.ft. of exclusive indoor and outdoor amenities.

Welcome friends in the bright, flexible event room, unwind in the fully outfitted residents’ lounge, with a coffee bar and enclosed outdoor patio, or settle in for a viewing in the private theatre and bar. In the health and fitness wing, enjoy a large gym, spacious sauna and individual men’s and women’s dressing rooms with showers.

Book your hard hat tour today

In addition to the included upgrades for the two sub-penthouses, those purchasing any home at Fantom this fall also receive a $10,000 move-in allowance and second parking stall.

To book your hard hat tour today, email the Fantom team at fantom@forge.ca or call 604-538-8028!

With grand porthole windows and pioneering architectural design inspired by the prows of mighty seafaring vessels, Fantom captures the community’s breathtaking coastal views and takes full advantage of its southern exposure.

With grand porthole windows and pioneering architectural design inspired by the prows of mighty seafaring vessels, Fantom captures the community’s breathtaking coastal views and takes full advantage of its southern exposure.

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