Kits360 is perfectly located to take advantage of the lifestyle living in Kitsilano provides.

A well-rounded life awaits you at Kits360

Kits360 is perfectly located to take advantage of the lifestyle living in Kitsilano provides.



Kitsilano is one of Vancouver’s most desirable areas, with its array of amenities and outdoor activities all in one place. Intergulf Development Group is now bringing an equally enticing offer to the neighbourhood with Kits360.

“Kits is one of the best neighbourhoods in Vancouver,” says project manager Macartney Greenfield. “We named the project Kits360 because there are amenities in literally every direction.”

That’s no exaggeration. Kits360 is just steps from the 5th Avenue Cinemas, shopping on West 4th Avenue and recreation on the seawall. You’re also minutes from South Granville, Yaletown, Granville Island and downtown Vancouver, as well as Kits Beach, Kits Pool and the boardwalk trail.

“Kits is a very vibrant community,” Greenfield says. “And that atmosphere can be found in the community of Kits360 as well.”

The homes are completed and move-in ready now, which Greenfield says is one of the big draws for buyers.

“There’s been a lot of excitement around completion,” she says. “Many happy homeowners have already moved in, and there’s already a great energy within the building. This is definitely an opportunity you can’t miss. It’s a phenomenal place to live.”

The final release of inventory at Kits360 features just 15 two-bedroom suites and penthouse homes, ranging from 776 to about 978 square feet. Many homes feature fantastic ocean, mountains or city views and space for outdoor entertaining.

“They’re really the cream of the crop. The floorplans available give you lots of flexibility depending on how you live your life,” Greenfield says, noting that both downsizers and growing families alike have found their dream home at Kits360.

“Our floorplans are designed to make condo living a reality for our buyers with flex spaces for their home office, nursery, or whatever they may need,” she says.

Each home is spacious and open, with plenty of room to entertain or relax.

The kitchens are particularly beautiful.

“The kitchen is really the jewel of your home,” Greenfield says. “It’s a huge focus for people and Intergulf did it right.”

The stainless-steel appliances are complemented by a modern stone backsplash high-gloss cabinetry and stone countertops.

“You can spend tons of time entertaining in here,” Greenfield says.

You’ll find engineered laminate wood flooring throughout your new space, as well as over-height ceilings in most homes and a stackable washer/dryer. The bathrooms hold luxurious soaker tubs and plenty of thoughtful details.

“Older homes in Kits don’t have these features,” Greenfield says. “This is a rare opportunity to get this calibre of living and this address.”

The amenities at Kits360 are truly top-notch, including an expansive rooftop terrace and outdoor barbecue with a garden, lounge and kitchen area, as well as a courtyard water feature and two fully equipped fitness centres. There is also a 24-hour concierge and bike storage space. With all the amenities available at Kits360, there’s an immediate feeling of luxury as you step inside the building. It’s also obvious that the project fits perfectly into the neighbourhood and everything that makes the area so great.

The final release of two-bedroom homes at Kits360 start at $599,900. For more information, visit www.kits360.com, call 604-737-0360 or visit the sales office at 1777 West 7th Avenue, open starting Saturday Sept. 7 from 12 to 5 p.m. daily except Friday, or by appointment.

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