Completely finished and ready to move-in, Springbank Development’s newly completed community in Burquitlam is sure to impress. Families don’t need to spend a year or more feeling unsettled as though they have one foot in their old neighbourhood and one in the new while they wait for construction of their new home. They can walk into the new homes at Bloom and see the genuine article: not an artist’s rendering of the view, but the view itself; not a specification sheet, but the finished product with all of the features and details in place.
“If you’ve visited our sales centre in the past, you’ve already seen the level of finishing and attention to detail,” says John Ritchie, president of Springbank Development Corp. “But you really need to come back for another look because now you can actually experience your new home — touch it, look at the view out your window, and measure out the perfect spot for your sofa or artwork. Then all you need to do is call the moving company, and you’ll be ready for fall entertaining.”
Having the ability to see the finished product allows buyers the opportunity to experience the difference of a stacked townhouse design concept that has every home accessed directly from a courtyard rather than from an internal hallway. And Bloom’s innovative design keeps quality of life high and maintenance costs low. Direct outdoor access gives a greater sense of connection with the natural setting along with larger decks and patios, perfect for entertaining or container gardening. Eliminating interior hallways with their temperature control, maintenance, and pressurization issues keeps long-term costs down, as does avoiding costly, often under-utilized amenities. Built on a quiet cul-de-sac adjacent to Burquitlam Park and a community garden, Bloom’s residents will enjoy an abundance of amenities that are within convenient transit and walking distance, amenities funded by the entire community.
The arrival of the Evergreen Line and completion of nearby commercial developments will make life at Bloom even more convenient. It’s all right there: shopping, recreation, and ready access to work or school. Even Simon Fraser University is just a 5-minute drive or easy bus ride away – without the isolation and inconvenience of living on the mountain itself.
“As a location, West Coquitlam is tough to beat,” John says. “You’re close to shopping, schools, and every urban amenity you can think of. The new Evergreen Line that will be just 300 metres down the road is well under construction, meaning access to downtown Vancouver, SFU and BCIT is going to get even easier than it already is. But because Bloom is located on a cul-de-sac right next to Burquitlam Park, it still feels very quiet and secluded.”
Though the stacked townhouse concept places homes adjacent to each other, state-of-the-art design and techniques minimize sound transfer between the units to deliver an interior environment as tranquil as the exterior setting. With decades of experience constructing homes for lower mainland families, the Springbank team have a proven track record: designs that stand the test of time executed with quality and durability that delivers lasting value.
This is an ideal time to explore Bloom’s exciting opportunity, an opportunity to become part of a new community now and avoid the uncertainties. Over the course of a year or two, many things can change, from construction delays to completion costs to mortgage rates. A move-in ready home at Bloom eliminates the guesswork.
For more information visit Bloom’s display home from noon to 5pm daily (except Fridays) at 618 Langside Avenue in Coquitlam, call 604.939.8808 or visit www.liveatbloom.com