The use of glass, aluminium and wood in the uniquely designed Legacy on Park Avenue, due for completion and occupancy in summer 2020, will make this residence a gem in Langley.

New project creates Legacy of luxury living

Langley’s Legacy on Park Avenue offers luxurious living spaces on every floor

If you’re finding the family home a little roomy, but aren’t ready to move into a typical condominium building, a great option may be waiting for you not far away in Langley City.

If you’re searching for something out of the ordinary, a luxury residence with neighbours who also appreciate the finer things in life, the coming Legacy on Park Avenue could be a great fit, whether you’re downsizing or moving up.

Built by MDM Construction, Legacy brings architectural design elements not seen before in Langley, says exclusive listing agent Ben Gauer, with Royal LePage.

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With floor-to-ceiling, energy-efficient German windows; state-of-the-art cross-laminated timber that allows for spacious, curved balconies up to 53 feet long; high-quality engineered hardwood floors; extra-wide doors and hallways and more, you’ll truly be living in luxury, Gauer notes.

“This residence is ideal for sophisticated owners who want something special. It really is a different concept than anything else out there and people will feel proud to live here.”

Here are some other luxury features and amenities you’ll find:

  1. Room for entertaining With 69 two- and three-bedroom, single-level homes ranging from 1,180 to 1,682 square feet – including some with a den – you’ll have room for welcoming local friends and out-of-town guests.
  2. Quiet comfort in all seasons Using an energy-efficient heat pump system located on the roof rather than in your suite or balcony, the building provides climate-controlled comfort all year round.
  3. Smaller carbon footprint The sustainable construction materials are both eco-conscious and help reduce the transfer of heat and noise, and give the building improved seismic resilience over concrete. Electric car charging stations further add to the eco-friendly features.
  4. Feel like a five-star hotel guest Palm trees will surround the glass-and-steel porte cochere, which leads to a two-storey lobby and concierge area unlike any other in the city. A grand lounge accompanied by a fireplace, catering kitchen and state-of-the-art fitness centre will also be available.
  5. Built to last Legacy’s use of aluminum, superior clip-on German tiling and glass – protecting the building from the elements – is designed to minimize building maintenance while exceeding today’s design standards.

With its level of quality, features like mountain, sunrise and sunset views from the top three floors, and a convenient location near walking trails, parks, restaurants, wineries and the Timms Recreation Centre – and even a potential Skytrain terminal – Legacy will attract residents rather than investors, Gauer says.

No pre-sales period planned

Occupancy and sales will both happen in mid-2020, but you can register your interest here if you’d like to receive regular updates. You can also follow Legacy on Park Avenue on Facebook or Instagram.

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