Open House. Open House on Sunday, March 2, 2014 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Please visit our Open House at 308 5639 HAMPTON PL in Vancouver.
Open House on Sunday, March 2, 2014 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Bright and sunny SW corner unit, 1073sf of living space, 2 bdrm/2 bath with a spacious kitchen, nook and a large balcony, overlooking the inner courtyard gardens. The Regency is a high-end building nestled right beside Pacific Spirit Park, featuring excellent recreation room, beautiful common area & trendy affordable guest suite. Great resident caretaker & property management company keep this building in the utmost prime condition. Walk, jog or bike in the forest from your door step, utilize all that the University has to offer just steps away from U-Hill School. This is a rare investment and a great unit with excellent location!

The Regency

One of Hampton Place'slargest buildings with 123 suites over 18 levels. Beautiful 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, many with great views over lots of green space and beyond to Georgia Strait and the islands. Home like suites on the upper floors with large square footage and great outdoor spaces. A must see if you are thinking about highrise living at UBC.

All Hampton Place residents are close to Pacific Spirit Park, Wesbrook Place, Triumf, UBC's RCMP detachment, University area Fire Station, Acadia Park and University Hill Secondary School, UBC's Thunderbird Winter Sports Centre, Beanery Coffee House, John Owen Pavilion, Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Centre, Wright and Evelyn Lett Fields, Vancouver Hawks Field Hockey Pitch, Variety's Bob Berwick Memorial Centre, Kindergarten and Day Care and much more.

Amenities Avilable

  • parking
  • amenity room with pool and ping pong table, and lovely loung with a tv
  • elevator
  • excersize room
  • garden
  • storage
  • Guest suite
  • in suite laundry
  • 8'6 ceilings
  • amazing resident caretaker

University Town

The Real Estate Connection: University Town The land endowed to UBC by the citizens of British Columbia is a gift of immense value. It provides a spectacular natural setting, ample space for the University’s building and social requirements, and tremendous potential for building the endowment.

In the early 1990s, UBC began planning a complete sustainable community on campus, a University Town of culturally rich neighbourhoods with a mix of housing, parks, shops and amenities. The University did this for two reasons: to create a sense of place in what had been, up to that point, largely a commuter campus and, as appropriate, to monetize what was essentially a dormant land asset so that the proceeds could be endowed and optimally invested to the benefit of the University’s mission.

The development of these neighbourhoods is governed through an Official Community Plan (OCP) and a Comprehensive Community Plan (CPP), both of which include public consultation and require GVRD approval. Typically but not always, parcels of land that have specified uses are taken to market and prepaid, long-term land leases are negotiated.

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