This is Ardingley-Sprott, a neighbourhood in the city of Burnaby with 2 High-Rise buildings with condos for sale. There were 40 High-Rise condo units sold in Ardingley-Sprott in 2020 when the average sale price for High-Rise condos in Ardingley-Sprott was $809,242. In 2020 High-Rise condo units for sale in Ardingley-Sprott had an average of 68 days on market. Legacy had the highest Dork Rating, 1964, for a High-Rise condo building in Ardingley-Sprott in 2020.
A symbol of modern living, the High-Rise building has actually been used throughout history. There is evidence that High-Rise buildings were present 2000 years ago in ancient Rome, though made of mud and sticks and not particularly safe. They were also seen in circular structures in China 700 years ago. Some buildings used 500 years ago in Yemen can still be seen today. At the turn of the last century, High-Rise buildings began to solidify their place in urban centres, as you can see with the development of High-Rise condos for sale in Burnaby. Especially in the downtown core. The industrial revolution created the need to bring more workers closer to work and elevators and concrete made them functional. Public housing then pushed the volume of High-Rise condos for sale in and around cities all over the globe. The original reinforced concrete and steel buildings of the mid-century are slowly being replaced by glass condo towers in city centres and megacities. Units are shrinking but public and shared use spaces are increasing by way of amenities like community meeting space, party rooms, fitness centres and even theatres. This, along with the more thoughtful use of the areas that surround these buildings is meant to create livable communities. These living communities will have access to daily needs and services and connected to the larger communities that surround them. Today's best High-Rise condos for sale offer choices for unit style and design, extra amenities to increase community involvement, green space that is cared for by maintenance fees and ground-floor businesses. High-Rise life is best enjoyed in walkable communities with plenty of business and services that connect to the larger city.
Ardingley-Sprott's most active High-Rise condo building last year was Legacy with 40 units sold. Legacy had the highest average price per sqft in 2020 for High-Rise condo buildings in Ardingley-Sprott with an average price per sqft of $667.
High-Rise condos for sale today can be designed as soft lofts, have multiple floors and have the opportunity for a luxury of options when purchased in the development or preconstruction phase. Building to building, units have a huge range for layout, upgrades, amenities, ceiling heights and storage space. A buyer or renter will need to know what's on their priority list or they risk being overwhelmed by the choices. One commonality will probably be floor to ceiling windows. Growing in popularity is also an open plan for the main living area, something easily found in high-rises today. Anything over eight stories, or a height that firefighters would have difficulty reaching, qualifies as High-Rise. New High-Rise condos for sale in some cities will follow neighbourhood design and sightlines, with some areas upholding height guidelines. Other cities are in a race for the sky and 50 floors wouldn't be out of the ordinary. This is especially true for the glass towers that have so much more flexibility. The record holders and breakers are pushing high rise living ever further with 100+ floor residential towers. Some aiming to push past a full kilometre into the sky.
If you're looking for more High-Rise condo buildings in this area, the neighbourhoods Douglas-Gilpin and Burnaby are nearby. This neighbourhood is Bikeable with a bike score of 56. Good Transit is available in Ardingley-Sprott. Ardingley-Sprott is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 20.
Located in Burnaby, Ardingley-Sprott is home to 2 cool condo buildings. There is only 1 building style in the neighbourhood, 2 High-Rise. With a smaller number of buildings to choose from in Ardingley-Sprott, there are less condos for sale in Ardingley-Sprott. The average days on market for condos for sale in Ardingley-Sprott is 63 days. There were 40 condos sold in Ardingley-Sprott in 2020. Ardingley-Sprott saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 111% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Ardingley-Sprott had an average sale price of $809,467 last year, an decrease of -8% from the prior year. This neighbourhood is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 20. Good Transit is available in Ardingley-Sprott. This neighbourhood is Bikeable with a bike score of 56. You can find the neighbourhoods of Parkcrest-Aubrey and Douglas-Gilpin nearby.
Coffee shop lovers will appreciate local cafe's like Starbucks and Burnaby Lake West Concession. Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of excellent local restaurants Norland Grill, Fortius Game Changers Bistro & Catering | Burnaby and Sushimoto. There is a surprising amount of green space with Central Valley Greenway in Ardingley-Sprott. L M C Pharmacy Ltd is a conveniently located pharmacy in Ardingley-Sprott. Legacy Plaza is a shopping center in Ardingley-Sprott that has something for everyone. Many gyms and fitness centers are popular with residents of Ardingley-Sprott. Some of these facilities are Forge Health Burnaby Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy & ICBC Active Rehab and Fortius Fitness & Performance Centre | Burnaby in Ardingley-Sprott. The local schools in Ardingley-Sprott is North Shore Driving School Ltd.. Ride the subway underground, the closest station is Holdom Station.