Orchid development blooming in Port Coquitlam

Quantum Properties is pleased to announce the opening of sales for Orchid in Port Coquitlam.

Quantum Properties is pleased to announce the opening of sales for Orchid, its latest riverside condominium development in Port Coquitlam.

Value is the buzzword at Orchid, with its spacious floorplans, sophisticated features and great location. You’ll find amenities right on your doorstep, including the 25-kilometre Traboulay PoCo Trail, shopping, dining, transit and education. You’ll also find Gates Park across the street, with a playground, picnic area and outdoor gym. When you want to head to downtown Vancouver, you can hop on Highway 1 for a bridge-free commute.

Inside Orchid itself, you’ll find a bike workshop, theatre room, yoga studio, several fitness spaces and extensive private landscaped gardens, just for starters.

Inside your new home, you’ll find stainless-steel appliances, nine-foot ceilings and huge windows to let the natural light pour in, along with your choice of colour schemes in White on White or Shades of Grey. The bathrooms are hotel-quality, with wall sconce lighting accenting the framed vanity mirrors and a full tile surround in every tub/shower highlighted with a designer feature tile.

Homes start at $149,900. For more information about Orchid, visit www.orchidcondos.com or call 604-866-4206.

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