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East Vancouver Presale Condos and New Condo Developments

East Vancouver Presale Condos allows you to purchase a home before it’s completed. You’ll be securing your new residence before construction even commences. You’ll likely continue living in your current home, with a waiting period ranging from 1 to 3 years before you can move into your new property.

The redevelopment of shopping centers throughout Greater Vancouver has led to collaborative efforts between New and Presale Construction development teams, creating expansive complexes. This development wave is poised to introduce thousands of new condos. In downtown Vancouver, you can expect luxury condominium towers designed by globally renowned architects that will redefine the city’s skyline.

East Van Presale Condo New Construction Projects

Hundreds of new condo development projects are launched annually across the Lower Mainland. These entry-level projects target first-time buyers in the suburbs. The luxurious, high-end tower homes are west of Denman.

  • The Vancouver City Council has approved plans for a six-story development on Cambie Street, known as the Slate Block. A single-family home on Slocan Street in East Vancouver will make way for a six-unit building.
  • A plan for two four-story buildings with 65 homes in East Vancouver. Next to the Purdy’s chocolate factory on Kingsway, with 65 homes in East Vancouver.
  • There are plans for 62 townhouses to replace six single-family homes in the Cambie Corridor.
  • A Master planned Condo tower community at River District, along the Fraser River in southeast Vancouver.

East Vancouver is currently experiencing a surge in presale construction projects. The number of presale condo projects can change frequently, and you would need to check with local real estate listings, developers, or real estate agencies for the most up-to-date information on presale condo projects in East Vancouver.

Contact us for the latest information on new condo developments and East Vancouver Presale Condos.


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