Volume 11 - Summer 2011

999 Seymour

999 Seymour is surprising in its simplicity, but full of thoughtful innovations that help make the most of urban living. It really will change the corner of Seymour and Nelson… not just for good, but also for the better.

Coming soon to downtown Vancouver is 999 Seymour. It will be a modern high-rise with about 150 homes at the corner of Nelson and Seymour Streets. Located on the edge of Yaletown it’s close to many of the better restaurants and shops – all within easy walking distance. But, it also offers excellent access to major corridors to get in and out of the downtown core quickly and easily.

999 Seymour will be a significant piece of architecture with urban dwellings that are sophisticated and functional. And so it should be with Acton Ostry Architects on the job whose thoughtful, considered approach to design really is bringing something new to the Vancouver urban landscape. It will quickly become known as a landmark for all…and a home for a fortunate few.

With ground floor shops, 999 will integrate perfectly with its surrounding neighbourhood – and add extra dimension to the already exceptional retail community.

It’s early days as the design team works to refine the details, but we do know that many residences will have balconies that run the full width of the homes. And, these homes are being tailored to suit a modern urban lifestyle – both in function and form.

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