Union 19-Storey Boutique High Rise at 518 Whiting Way in Coquitlam Substantially Sells Out

 

The Union, billed as a boutique high-rise development located at 518 Whiting Way in Coquitlam, BC, announced the closure of their presentation center earlier this month on June 1, 2016. Substantially sold out, developer Square Nine announced that the last available units were an exclusive selection of 3 estate penthouses ranging from 1,280 sq. ft. to 1,505 sq. ft.

The design philosophy behind Union is simple; create a stylish boutique residence that balances privacy and connectivity. Standing proudly at the Gateway to West Coquitlam, Union is designed as a prestigious residence in a prominent location. The 18-storey, plus a rooftop sky lounge, developments proximity to shopping, restaurants and amenities gave the architects the freedom to create a 102 unit solely residential building with meticulous appointments and features that afford homeowners the luxury of a quieter, more secure living space.

A sloping topography elevates Union above its surroundings. This unique vantage point enhances the sightlines from all four corners of the building and promises expansive views from every floor in every direction, day or night.

Floor Plan Types

Floorplan Types - Union - 518 Whiting Way, Coquitlam, BC

With only 7 homes per floor below the exclusive estate penthouse level, Union’s inspired interiors offer a selection of floor plans ranging from 520 sq. ft. to 1,520 sq. ft. These carefully considered floor plans place each home on the corners of the building to maximize the views from each of the immense floor to ceiling windows.

Located on a quiet residential street in West Coquitlam just steps to Lougheed Town Centre with quick access to Skytrain’s Evergreen and Millennium lines, Union is conveniently located just 1 block from Lougheed Mall and a short transit ride to Simon Fraser University.

Location - Union - 518 Whiting Way, Coquitlam, BC

Part of a rapidly expanding new urban village corridor taking hold on the border of Coquitlam and Burnaby, West Coquitlam is poised to become one of the most important transit hubs in Metro Vancouver and Union is at the centre of it all, where life and living intersect.

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