Unique Westside condos offer spacious family living

The Fifteen is anything but your typical shoebox condos in the sky.

Instead, this 15-unit Westside development offers boutique, family-oriented homes with large, livable  outdoor spaces, and layouts uncommon among condo projects.

Located in the prestigious and historic community of Dunbar, between 39th and 40th Avenues, Wave Developments masterfully creates an experience that is closer to single-family home-like living in an apartment condo setting.

“This is a really unique building,”  says Ken Chong, Sales Manager for The Fifteen. “The design of these homes distinguishes this project from others.”

Gone is the typical dim, double-loaded interior corridors. At The Fifteen, each front door connects to the exterior, all units span east to west to offer amazing cross breeze in light-filled spaces.

The Fifteen also sets itself apart with its family-sized homes, which is a rarity among today’s condo developments. The Fifteen offers three-bedroom units where layouts also span over two levels. All of the two-level units include beautiful rooftop patios, some adding over 700 square feet of outdoor living space.

“From the upper units you can see beautiful sunsets over the Gulf Islands,” Chong adds. “The Fifteen is on the crest of the hill, looking out toward the ocean.”

Downsizers interested in the development will be pleased to learn that The Fifteen is designed to adapt to their changing lifestyles. Two-level units can accommodate the installation of a personal lift, should stairs eventually become an issue.

Every unit is equipped with central air-conditioning to ensure a comfortable, climate controlled environment.

The Fifteen’s interiors reflect clean simple lines with quality finishes designed for practical living.

“First and foremost, we are trying to achieve peace of mind for our residents by supplying great products throughout all of these homes,” Chong says.

The Fifteen offers an unequalled locale - close to everything.

“The Fifteen’s location is peaceful yet accessible. “You’re minutes from shopping, but you’re not living right in the middle of the crowds.”

The private Shaughnessy and Point Grey Golf & Country Clubs are nearby, along with public courses such as McCleery, Musqueam, and the Southlands Riding Club.

Pacific Spirit Regional Park, the University of British Columbia, shopping on Dunbar and up along Kerrisdale are all just blocks away.

Families considering The Fifteen will also note its proximity to both St. George’s School and Crofton House School.

“These homes were really designed for the local community,” Chong explains. “When people re-discover the wonderful community of Dunbar, it will be a real eye opener.”

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