Volume 12 - Fall 2011

999 Seymour

At the crossroads of Nelson and Seymour, positioned between Yaletown and the Granville Entertainment District, is our newest downtown Vancouver residential project. 999 Seymour isn’t just an address. It’s a state of being in an energetic, urban environment. And, it’s coming early in 2012.

Downtown living in Vancouver appeals to many for a variety of reasons – whether it’s for the energy of Granville Street, the quiet contemplation of public galleries like the Vancouver Art Gallery, or just to be close to work.

999 Seymour is, in a way, a metaphor for that diversity. Not only is it located within reach of the great selection of things to do, it will have a range of homes to appeal to first-time buyers, move up buyers and investors.

Walking out the door of 999 Seymour will offer a host of choices and decisions. Going west a block will land you on Granville Street. Legendary entertainment venues such as The Commodore Ballroom and The Vogue Theatre are there. Catch acts as diverse a Diana Krall, Devo and Ziggy Marley.

The Orpheum Theatre – home to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is just a block north of 999 Seymour. There, you can see the National Ballet one night and Ray LaMontagne another. And, less than a block east is the Contemporary Art Gallery where there’s almost always something interesting to see. It’s Vancouver’s only free public gallery.

Not only is 999 Seymour the epicentre of a cultural mecca, it’s close to some of Vancouver’s best restaurants and shopping. Within blocks are Cibo Trattoria, Uva Wine Bar, and Sanafir. Or venture into Yaletown for a great range of tastes. Blue Water Café, Cioppino’s, Glowbal, and The New Oxford are a few of the favourites.

If staying in is more your style, there’s a Nesters Food Market right across the street from 999 Seymour. And there are other choices. IGA Marketplace, Choices and Urban Fare all have stores close by.

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