Anthem Properties and Beedie Living are collaborating on Station Square in Burnaby.

Master-planned living at Station Square

Anthem Properties and Beedie Living have teamed up to bring Station Square to Burnaby's Metrotown neighbourhood.

Anthem Properties and Beedie Living have teamed up to bring Station Square to Burnaby’s Metrotown neighbourhood. With a fantastic location, beautiful homes and plenty of amenities, it’s no surprise that people from all over the Lower Mainland are flocking to it.

“Burnaby is a sought-after city to live in,” says Greg Zayadi, vice-president of sales and marketing for Anthem Properties. “This is an incredible little neighbourhood we’re creating.”

The second tower at Station Square will open for sale in mid-May, and will be a 48-storey building encompassing 443 condominium homes.

“The first tower has been a huge success,” says Zayadi. “There’s a huge amount of interest in the next tower.”

Zayadi says that Anthem will offer the same beautiful features as in the first tower, but with a few changes, including slightly different floorplans and features.

Station Square will eventually include five towers and tons of retail and commercial space. Among the confirmed tenants are Rexall, Save On Foods, TD Canada Trust and Caffe Artigiano. There will also be direct access to SkyTrain and transit.

If you choose to venture off your property, Metrotown offers plenty of options for shopping, dining, leisure and recreation.

The architecture at Station Square will be distinctive and modern, with bay windows and plenty of glass and concrete.

“The tower has been inspired by New York-style art deco skyscrapers and is intended to stand proudly in its own right, appearing taller than it actually is by incorporating vertical elements such as the deco top, bay window and superframe elements,” according to architect Chris Dikeakos Architects Inc.

Due to the height of the building, homeowners at Station Square’s second tower will have breathtaking views.

Inside, modern gourmet kitchens feature stainless-steel appliances, contemporary flat-panel laminate cabinetry with under-cabinet recessed puck lighting and quartz countertops with marble accents.

Wood laminate flooring throughout the living areas and bedrooms and ceilings up to nine feet in height continue the luxurious theme, while the bathrooms are spa-like and relaxing, with quartz countertops, a soaker tub and a frameless glass shower surround in select bathrooms.

Homeowners at Station Square will have access to plenty of communities, including nearly an acre of indoor and outdoor amenity space, Zayadi says. The first and second tower will share some of their amenities, including an infrared sauna, fitness facility, entertainment lounge with a gourmet kitchen, indoor/outdoor seating and outdoor dining areas and a reflecting pool.

Homes at Station Square start in the $250,000 range. For more information, visit or call 604-689-3040.

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