In today’s entry, we will talk about the Penthouses opportunities in Coal Harbour. Ready for luxury and design that is out of this world? What about the most incredible, beautiful views in all of Vancouver? Living in a Penthouse gives the chance to live a life full of all the amenities you deserve.
Penthouses for sale in Coal Harbour, Vancouver
According to the MLS [12/14/2017], there are 3 Penthouses for sale in Coal Harbour. Check out those top luxury residences, all under $5 million:
As in our previous entries, we have been exploring those two communities in Vancouver, promoting them as family-oriented and active neighbourhoods. Always full of events and different activities. Here we will list many of the reasons why Kitsilano and Coal Harbour are some of the best neighbourhoods to Live/Invest in!
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There are many fantastic residential opportunities awaiting in Coal Harbour and today we are exploring the Townhomes available in the area. According to the current listings on the MLS® system, the average price for a Townhome in the Coal Harbour neighbourhood is $5,630,000.
Not to mention, these type of listings in this zone are extremely rare to find and they go by fast. If you are interested in investing and owning a beautiful, spacious townhome at the beautiful waterfront in Downtown Vancouver keep reading.
Overviewing current Townhomes for sale in Coal Harbour, Vancouver
As of today (27/11/2017), Coal Harbour has 2 Townhomes available according to the MLS® Listing system.
This listing is found in one of Coal Harbour’s most luxurious developments, One Harbour Green. Close to all amenities and with fantastic views, this beautiful townhome is spacious and full of incredible features: A must see.
A just renowned jewel Townhouse in the fantastic Callisto. This Townhome is spacious and has an open concept, offering its occupants plenty of natural light and Coal Harbour’s beautiful waterfront views. Full of top-notch amenities and features, take a look at this fantastic property here.
Listed by Angell Hasman & Assoc.Rlty.Ltd.
To know about the newest Townhouses for sale in Coal Harbour, come back to PeterCoppard.com regularly!
Award-winning real estate developer, PortLiving, and world-renowned Japanese architect, Shigeru Ban, are collaborating to develop one of the last available properties in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour neighbourhood. Terrace House will be Ban’s first development project in Canada and is slated to become the world’s tallest hybrid timber building.
Designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Shigeru Ban, Terrace House represents the best in design, exclusivity and luxury urban living. Offering cutting edge design and material use, Terrace House will set a new precedent for architecture and innovation not only in Vancouver, but around the world.
The project consists of 20 private homes carefully assembled within an architectural masterpiece – a magnificent icon set in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour, adjacent to the landmark-listed Evergreen Building, designed by the late Arther Erickson.
The design of the ‘Terrace House’ pays tribute to its neighbour, adopting many of the architectural cues of the Evergreen. Visually, the terraces on the ‘evergreen building’ continue almost seamlessly across ‘terrace house’ on every level, while triangular shapes, natural materials, and greenery have been used throughout both schemes. ‘Shigeru ban has tremendous respect for Arthur Erickson’s work,’ said Dean Maltz, managing partner at Shigeru Ban Architects Americas. ‘it was the opportunity to design a building next to one of Erickson’s masterpieces that initially drew him to this innovative project.’
According to the design description, “meticulously engineered timber” will be used to create the building’s latticework frame, which will be interspersed with an abundance of greenery rising up from the ground floor. The proposed design will create not only the world’s largest timber hybrid structure, but will be a luminous icon for Vancouver’s growing cityscape
The project boasts an impressive lineup of professionals working on this project – Shigeru Ban, mastercraftsman Hermann Blumer, landscape architect Cornelia Oberlande
According to the developers, the primary goal of the project is to make a statement of intent concerning vancouver’s commitment to sustainable design and advanced timber engineering and construction.
‘we have brought together the best of the best — a team of true experts in creative collaboration, working together for the first time ever on a single project. the result is truly a once-in-a-lifetime project setting new standards in design and construction’
“We are honoured to be working with Shigeru Ban and his team to bring a visionary design and new landmark to the City of Vancouver,” said Macario (Tobi) Reyes, founder and CEO of PortLiving. “We are extremely excited by Shigeru Ban’s decision to bring his craft to the Pacific Northwest, where we expect he will be embraced for his environmentally-sustainable approach, creative integration of outdoor living, and his leadership in innovation.”
Terrace House Development
Wood structural engineer Hermann Blumer, a long time collaborator of Ban, is also involved in the project. ‘every detail has been considered right down to the specific foliage on the terraces,’ says Macario Reyes, Founder and CEO of Portliving. ‘it only made sense to bring on Cornelia Oberlander to continue her vision and create continuity between the evergreen building by Arthur Erickson and terrace house by Shigeru Ban.’
The first 12 floors of Terrace House will be constructed of concrete and steel, expressed as an architectural finish to Erickson’s iconic work. Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, the original landscape architect for the Evergreen Building, will help ensure harmony between the two buildings. The upper portion of Terrace House will be a distinct, triangular, glass-clad mass timber structure utilizing local timber.
The project consists of a number of 2 bedroom units and three bedroom suites on the lower floors, as you ascend the tower there are only 2 suites per floor and higher up – single floor units crowned with the top 4 level penthouse. The project is fifty per cent sold with the majority of the two bedrooms taken. There are still a number of full floor opportunities s along with three bedroom units.
The ground floor will have a public space with likely an Art gallery or Japanese restaurant. The main residents’ entrance will be on the north side and include full-service amenities: concierge, gym , yoga room, spa and event centre.
Designed by 2014 Pritzker Prize laureate, Shigeru Ban, Terrace House will be the tallest mixed-use hybrid timber/concrete structure in the world. Terrace House is Shigeru Ban’s tallest residential structure to date and his first project in Canada.
A collection of urban homes that are uncompromisingly spacious offering Miele appliances, select Shigeru Ban-designed hardware, custom millwork, the highest average ceiling heights in Vancouver, sustainability features throughout, and the latest in technology ensuring the utmost in comfort, livability and security.
Owners will enjoy a seamless indoor/outdoor experience through living spaces that flow onto expansive terraces, complementing a range of beautiful views across the city, harbour, and beyond.
Nestled within the secluded enclave of Coal Harbour, owners within Terrace House will enjoy convenient access to the best the city has to offer from the outdoors to shopping, to arts and global gastronomy.
A leading concierge service with boutique amenities will ensure an unparalleled lifestyle.
Design architect: Shigeru Ban Architects
Local architect: Francl Architects
Structural engineer: Read Jones Christofferson
Timber design engineer: Création Holz
Timber consultant: Equilibrium Consulting
Landscape architect: Cornelia Oberlander
Landscape architect: Enns Gauthier
Facade consultant: Front
Fire engineers and certified professional: GHL Consultants
Terrace House Development Pricing
The typical home price will range from approximately $2000 -$2500 per square foot. Sales for available units range from $3,300,000 to over $10,000,000. For private purchase appointments please contact me at 604 612 6392
Coal Harbouris a little downtown neighbourhood, located right on the water’s edge. It starts at Canada Place and expands east to beautiful Stanley Park; it is bordered by Burrard Street to the north and West Georgia Street to the south.
Today, we will be covering the fantastic opportunities Coal Harbour has for 1 and 2 bedroom condos. The average price for 1 – 2 bedroom condo listings available here is currently $2,370,202, according to the MLS® (2017-11-24).
You can read more about this neighbourhood on the Wikipedia.
Exploring current listings for sale in Coal Harbour
Coal Harbour has one of the most attractive locations in Vancouver and luxurious Real Estate in the Downtown area. The natural attractions, the incredible architecture, and the active lifestyle that surrounds this neighbourhood distinguishes it.
Currently, there are 44 one and two bedroom condos for sale in the Coal Harbour Neighbourhood, ranging from $649,000 to $11,880,000. Here are some of the most recent 1 bedroom condo listings under $800,000:
This fantastic 1 bedroom and Junior Flex have just been fully renovated to include a contemporary air and all new appliances. This fabulous residence is waiting at Orca Place in our prime neighbourhood of the week: Coal Harbour.
A gem of Downtown Vancouver: Coal Harbour is the most well-known waterfront location in the city. It is full of boutique shops, award-winning restaurants, natural attractions, and deluxe developments.
Nature-inspired activities in this neighbourhood are very popular. Explore Stanley Park hiking trails, experience a variety of boat tours, and take a walk or bike along the seawall. Coal Harbour truly has something for every taste.
A uniquely shaped residential tower at 1550 Alberni designed by Kengo Kuma, a renowned Japanese architect, will be a new landmark in Vancouver when completed in 2021. Unlike any other classic Japanese shaped residential tower, this masterpiece is a world-class modern building with a visionary conception and intricate design details. The design was inspired by nature and shaped by the environment while respecting the Japanese spatial traditions. In particular the emphasis was set on the atmosphere rather than the object in order to create a serene visceral experience. The urban strategy aims to improve the city and its relation to nature. Developed by Westbank & Peterson Group this tower in Downtown’s Coal Harbour will visibly excite people from around the world.
Inspired by the environment, the organic shape of this challenging 43-storey tower was designed with special curved concrete in combination with diagonally symmetrical deductions to counterbalance the hanging volume above. The façade will be finished with a curtain wall clad in anodised aluminium. Architecturally, it creates a reflection effect of the sky, natural light and other buildings, a facade that disappears and reappears like clouds.
Two remarkable scoops carve the tower to form deep balconies furnished in wood. The recessed form of the building respects and optimizes neighbouring views. A concept of ‘carved deductions’ not only optimizes the views but also strengthens the relationship to the street, to its urban and geographic context. All 188 residents will have the feeling of being close to the ground and nature. While the story that lies behind these deductions is that it creates a symbolic entryway to the building and to downtown Vancouver with views along the street.
Kuma’s inspiration by nature is clearly reflected by the ground floor of the building, a Japanese moss garden under arching structures surrounding an amphitheatre shaped form. This ground level green space defines the entrance of the building and is a public amenity that connects nature with street-life. It can be used for various activities such as concerts, small parties or to enjoy a pause in the middle of the city.
Above this amphitheatre awaits a swimming pool: a strikingly layered wood standalone wall resembling the childhood game of pick-up sticks inside the concave space’s pool area will be landscaped with a Japanese moss garden.
Kengo Kuma is an architect who values traditional Japanese wooden constructions and craftsmanship with a modern twist. His ample use of wood creates intimacy and warmth responds to the abundance of nature in Vancouver being close to Stanley Park. In fact wood disappeared from the city in the 20th century so Kuma wanted to revive the feeling of living with wood and the warmth of wood. However the tower rises at 135 meters (436 ft.), the ground level wooden timber constructions should give people a sense of craftsmanship. As such, it is a major emblematic element in Kengo Kuma’s architectural design and it is also frequently used in his previous works.
The mixed-use development features a wine tasting room, art gallery, music room, double-storey fitness centre, retail space and a unique Waketokuyama Japanese Restaurant. For the first time this restaurant will be based outside Japan. The Tokyo restaurant has two Michelin stars and is considered to be one of the best Kaiseiki restaurants in Japan. Furthermore this elegant project features six levels of underground parking resulting in 271 vehicles spots, 49 electric vehicle charging stations and 248 bicycle stalls .
Kengo Kuma Architects and Associates also took care of the interior design for the luxurious residential units in this building. All the units are finished using natural materials, craftsmanship and thoughtful detail such as the organic shape in the units, floor-to-ceiling glazing and open patios. The penthouse unit will have a terrace and swimming pool with magnificent views of English Bay. Some units will feature a Japanese soaking tub on the balcony, also known as a Furo used in a Japanese tea ceremony. By bringing together the Eastern and Western culture this unique project is a sort of cultural exchange. The city itself is multicultural so the details and materials coming from Japan and Asia are chosen carefully to match this cultural exchange. Using materials from other cultures can stimulate the city. 1150 Alberni is an overall experience defined by interwoven layers of textures and themes. The project clearly is prime contemporary real estate with a tribute to the Japanese culture.
The typical home price will be approximately $2000 per square foot. Sales for available units range in price from $1,158,900 to over $19,989,900. The development has a total of 188 units. Private purchase appointments will be scheduled beginning early March at the “Teahouse by Kengo Kuma” sales centre. For further interest please contact me at 604 612 6392
On the edge of downtown, bordered by the magnificent views of the north shore mountains, the inlet to Vancouver Harbour and glorious Stanley Park, Coal Harbour is a premier residential district. Newer buildings elegantly placed along the northern shore of the downtown peninsula leading to the Lions Gate bridge and further to North Vancouver and the mountains, this high-end community boasts some of the best views in Vancouver.
Towering over the downtown this stronghold of beautiful, world-class buildings creates a breathtaking sky scape that surrounds a magnificent harbour of sailboats, powerboats and giant yachts. The seawall that is steps from your doorstep brings epic strolls within reach as bands of people revel at the blend of ocean, mountains and forest knitted neatly together to give you the best of all worlds.
Three Harbour Green, 277 Thurlow, Vancouver
Three Harbour Green at 277 Thurlow Street is the last genuine waterfront tower in the Coal Harbour neighbourhood. It is a fitting final chapter to Aspac’s Coal Harbour legacy – a vision that began and ends with excellence.
Three Harbour Green resides at the northeast corner of Thurlow Street and West Cordova Street, soaring 32 floors with 81 units. Completed in spring 2012, Three Harbour Green boasts an unmatched waterfront location, allowing unobstructed panoramic views of Vancouver’s most iconic sceneries: ocean, Stanley Park, Lions Gate Bridge, Harbour Green Park, Mountains, North Shore, and Downtown Vancouver.
Harbour Green Three is a high-end, high-rise residential building that completes development along the Coal Harbour waterfront in downtown Vancouver. Comprised of a 32-storey tower., the building provides 82 units ranging from 1200 to 4500 sq.ft.; and stretches up to 355 ft. tall. Sited at the junction in between the financial district and Vancouver’s west end, the building provides a visual link between the simple office typology of the financial district (to the east) and the more complex residential developments (to the west).
Fronting seven acres of waterfront park space, the development achieves its architectural excellence in response to this prominent site, as well as an attention to high quality materials and design. The building itself has two ‘personalities’ between the office towers to the east, and the new residential towers to the west. As such, the eastern façade of the building is uniform and minimalist as a pure curtain wall. The west side of the building is more complex, rendered as a series of stone-clad boxes hanging off the building, or ‘sky gardens’.
Features throughout all spaces evoke a sense of high-end luxury living. Vibrant colours, patterns, and textures create a striking first impression. High-quality finishes and furnishings are simplistic, sleek, and complement the detailing throughout.
Two Harbour Green, 1139 W.Cordova, Vancouver
Harbour Green Two at 1139 West Cordova Street, is a modern waterfront Coal Harbour building that offers some of the very finest design, quality, and style in all of Western Canada. From the contemporary architecture to the Snaidero design Italian kitchens, Harbour Green has everything and more you would expect from an A+ waterfront building. From a white marble lobby to world class spa and amenities this tower offers the best luxury in all of Coal Harbour.
Two Harbour Green sets the bar another notch higher for Vancouver waterfront real estate. he sixty 2 and 3 bedroom tower suites, which range in size from 2,400 to 3,600 sq. ft., are crowned by a 5,800 sq. ft. penthouse with a rooftop garden, and a 5,200 sq. ft. sub-penthouse. Eight of the tower suites are two storey lofts that combine chic, metropolitan style with waterfront cachet. Two Harbour Green also offers nine 2 and 3 storey townhomes for those who aspire to the convenience and sophistication of the urban waterfront lifestyle, yet the privacy and individuality of a multi-style house.
Upon arrival at the round-about drop off area, you enter an expansive and grand lobby as if you are going to a business convention at a 5-star hotel. All 5 floors of amenities here are suitable for private functions, events, and entertainment with world class quality. Amenities include a 25 meter pool, gym, steam room, sauna, virtual putting green, concierge and security, a great room for entertaining, and a guest suite.
One Harbour Green, 1169 W.Cordova, Vancouver
Urban waterfront living without compromise. Open floor plans ranging from 1,700 to 3,300 sq. ft. A 5,600 sq. ft. penthouse with two storey window wall and rooftop garden. Room for every detail of your life. Exclusive. 23 floors. 47 suites. 8 townhomes each with a unique floor plan. Absolute privacy. Service and amenities of a 5-star resort. Exceptional interior details. Appliances that are blend of art and cutting-edge technology. Unparalleled luxury.
Harbour Green Market Activity
There has been relatively little market activity for Harbour Green Park in 2015. There were four sale transactions during 2015 for Harbour Green Park compared to eight transactions in 2013; when there were four sold in 2HG, three sold in 1HG and one sold in 3HG. The average selling price of 2015 sales was $3,791,750 with all units having two bedrooms,3 bathrooms & two parking stalls. Typical price per sq. ft. in Three Harbour Green is in the range of $1900 to $2300 plus per square foot, with the highest price per.sq.ft being paid in 2015 at $2,316 per sq.ft.. Active listings in Three Harbour Green are listed at $2400 per sq.ft. It will be interesting to see how these units fare in the market today and how many calendar days they remain on MLS before they sell, expire or are terminated.
Harbour Green Sales
902-1139 W Cordova
One notable observation of the market for Habour Green Park over the past few years is the high number of expired and terminated listings relative to solds. These figures suggest that the overall chance of selling a listing at Harbour Green Park is less than 30% – especially if the unit is not sharply priced. When we look at the ratio of sales to expired/terminated listings across all three towers, Three Harbour Green has an even lower percentage of success. This may be changing.