Downtown Vancouver rental apartment in Azura

1708 - 1438 Richards Street Vancouver False Creek North

Available February 1, 2018  if current tenant does not extend their tenancy.

furnished: $3200

  • Building: Azura I
  • Bedrooms: 1 + Den
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Square Footage: 724 SQ. FT
  • Pets: Pets upon approval
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Beautiful fully furnished condo in desirable Beach Crescent area! This one bedroom plus office features an open concept kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, gas stove and modern furniture. Sunny balcony overlooks the David Lam park and False Creek. Located in the popular Azura building, where residents have access to premium amenities - large, bright gym, pool, squash courts, billiards, steam room and meeting rooms. Steps from shops, restaurants, Urban Fare, David Lam and George Wainborne parks, water taxis to Granville Island, and all that False Creek and Yaletown have to offer!

Non-Smoking Hot Tub Pool Concierge Gym Parking

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B.L.Baker, Owner, Boston MA

Many thanks to all of you, you've been wonderful to work with all these 7 years. I will miss that wonderful rush of arriving at YVR airport from Boston, traveling to Pender St, and walking through the door of my apartment to see that everything looked so clean and well maintained. Thank you so much!

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