Highland House at 9025 Highland Court, Burnaby, is a prominent development located on Simon Fraser University's Burnaby Mountain campus. Completed around June 2013, this 12-storey concrete high-rise consists of 104 units, offering a mix of studios, one/two-bedroom suites, and townhouses. Designed by Dailog, the contemporary West Coast architecture features luxurious interiors with wood floors, marble bathrooms, and gourmet kitchens. Residents enjoy outdoor spaces with expansive balconies and easy access to SFU facilities, UniverCity High Street Village, and transit options. (id:47126)
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Community Features||Rentals Allowed With Restrictions|
|Parking Space Total||1|
|Heating Type||Baseboard Heaters|
|Size Interior||472 Sqft|
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