Living the bright life at Imani Development’s Shine

Vancouver's South Main neighbourhood welcomes a shiny addition to the community.

The sun is shining on Vancouver’s South Main neighbourhood with Shine, the newest condominium development from Imani Development.

Featuring a range of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans ranging from around 500 to over 1,300 square feet, the 90 homes are exclusive and luxurious, with amazing views overlooking False Creek, downtown Vancouver and the North Shore mountains. The homes are situated on a quiet residential street, so you’re away from the noise and bustle of Main Street.

The contemporary kitchens feature high-gloss white upper cabinets with wood grain or high-gloss white lower cabinets, complemented by a quartz stone countertop, ceramic tile backsplash and stainless-steel appliances. Wide-plank birch laminate flooring is included throughout the main living areas, with carpeting in the bedrooms.

The bathrooms could be featured in a spa, with their deep soaker tubs, ceramic tile bathtub and shower surround and modern white or wood-grain cabinetry.

Buyers are able to choose between two designer colour schemes, and each suite includes a laundry area with a washer and dryer, for an extra little bit of convenience.

The South Main neighourhood has been growing rapidly over the past few years, and Shine is perfectly situated to take advantage of all the amenities the area has to offer. You will be within walking distance of schools, shopping, dining and transit, as well as leisure and recreation opportunities. Vancouver’s Olympic Village and the SeaWall are nearby, making it easy to get a bit of outdoor exercise if you’re in the mood. There are also several yoga studios and parks, along with two community centres within easy reach.

You’ll also find a large outdoor courtyard with a seating lounge, fire pit, barbecue area and portable outdoor movie screen on the property itself, as well as a rooftop deck with gorgeous city views, and an expansive lobby.

For more information, visit www.liveatshine.com, call 604-874-7478 or visit the sales centre at 2152 Main Street, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m., or by appointment.

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