Intracorp's River Park Place will be located in Richmond's Oval Village neighbourhood.

Intracorp brings River Park Place to Richmond

The new year is bringing exciting things to Richmond with Intracorp's River Park Place.

Located in the heart of Richmond’s Oval Village neighbourhood, River Park Place will be part of a master-planned community that is pedestrian-friendly and just minutes away from everything that Richmond has to offer. Whether it’s a walk on the dyke that winds all the way to Steveston or some evening entertainment at the River Rock Casino, nothing is out of reach.

The Richmond Oval Village is expected to become a new lifestyle hub, with restaurants, shops and leisure activities, and Intracorp is getting in at the start of it. A new T&T Supermarket, scheduled to open in late 2013, will add to the convenience. Grocery shopping will literally be walking distance away from your home at River Park Place.

The first phase of River Park Place is expected to go on sale in spring 2013, and will feature a 15-storey tower with one-, two- and three-bedroom homes. The floorplans are efficient and modern, with huge windows to take in your river and mountain views and gorgeous interior finishings.

On the property, buyers will have use of a private banquet room, an indoor basketball and badminton practice court, music room, a media room, a fitness and yoga centre and a third-level rooftop amenity space with an outdoor grill and dining area, open-air fire pit lounge, community garden plots, tai chi pavilion and community greenways perfect for families to spend time together. You are also within walking distance of the Richmond Olympic Oval Fitness Centre should you desire a workout outside of your home.

Public transit is also nearby. The nearest Canada Line station is just a couple of blocks away, making commuting accessible even if you don’t own a car. River Park Place is also about five minutes drive from the Vancouver International Airport. For those of you who love to shop and dine out, Aberdeen Centre, Richmond Centre and No. 3 Road are also a few minutes drive away, so anything you could possibly need is easily accessible.

One-bedroom homes at River Park Place start at $299,900, with two-bedroom homes starting at $385,900. Eighty-five homes will be priced under $350,000. For more information and to register, visit www.riverparkplaceliving.ca, or call 604-282-7838. If you register online now, you will have a chance to win a brand-new 2013 Range Rover Evoque. Starting on March 17, if you visit the River Park Place website daily, you’ll also have a chance to win other exciting cash prizes.

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