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We know real estate can be a sore subject, but this project might actually be a great opportunity for first time buyers or young families who are seeking more affordable price points, but don’t want to move too far from Vancouver's downtown core. Units go on sale soon, so act fast if it feels like the right fit for you.
The hustle and bustle of city life can be both exhilarating and exhausting, leaving many of us craving an escape to greener, calmer, more natural destinations each weekend. This has become especially true as cities become increasingly dense and overcrowded. Yes, the sea-to-sky has become a familiar route for all those seeking weekend refuge in beautiful BC and as space and affordability continue to underscore the reality of life in Vancouver, maybe it’s time to start calling those weekend destinations home.
Squamish’s latest development, The Main is offering up the modern, lifestyle focused aesthetics of city living at a price point that’s much better suited to young families and first time buyers or investors. Their 110 condos begin at $219,900 and are tailored to those who love the outdoors but still have an affinity for city living.
The Main offers up the opportunity to live amongst BC’s incredible lakes, mountains and trails. Situated in downtown Squamish, you’ll be just a short trip to Whistler and 45 minutes from Vancouver, and just minutes away from the Stawamus Chief, sea-to-sky gondola, Britannia Beach, Shannon Falls, Howe Sound Brewery and the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal. When it comes to condos, we often get worried about losing green space in favor of concrete and carpet, but downtown Squamish strikes the perfect balance between the great outdoors and that distinct metropolitan energy. No need for weekend getaways, everything you love about BC would be right at your fingertips.
Units go on sale on Saturday, November 19. We highly recommend registering online and booking your appointment to avoid disappointment, as the developer's last project in Squamish sold-out in a record breaking 90 minutes
For more information visit themainsquamish.com