Indoor-outdoor living is a main focus at Altus, where outdoor spaces boast views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

Elevate your everyday: Discover resort-style living in heart of White Rock

The ease and luxury of resort-style living is possible every day when you make your home at one of White Rock’s newest condominium developments.

Rising from its site overlooking Boundary and Semiahmoo bays, Altus White Rock is designed to take full advantage of this iconic hillside setting.

“It’s a beautiful building, wrapped in glass and designed to provide each residence with gorgeous views and a private outdoor space,” says Kanwar Dhamrait, CEO of Oviedo Properties.

One of the Lower Mainland’s most sought-after locations in the heart of White Rock, Altus offers virtually every amenity at your doorstep: Pick up the week’s beach read from the library and enjoy a delicious lunch at any of the amazing neighbourhood restaurants, then stroll to the water and browse local shops. On your way home, explore the local art gallery, visit the museum, or book a yoga class at the community centre.

Modern spaces celebrating this unique place

The stepped, glass-wrapped design by Chris Dikeakos Architects is not only visually inspiring, but creates sparkling, light-filled interiors for residents.

With floor plans ranging from one bedroom + den to to three bedrooms + den, homes are ideal for singles, families and the young at heart ready to trade the maintenance and upkeep of a single-family home for elegant, turn-key living.

Well-appointed designs ensure residences are effortlessly liveable. Featured at the heart of these open-concept homes are stylish kitchens perfectly positioned for family living or easy entertaining. Complete with quartz countertops, a top-of-the-line Bosch appliance package and welcome design details like under-cabinet lighting and custom millwork-panelled fridge and dishwasher. Nine- and 10-foot ceilings accented by floor-to-ceiling windows invite the outdoors in – a theme continued in the private outdoor spaces boasting great views of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains.

The amenities you want

Altus’ large amenity areas feature a state-of-the-art gym and welcoming lounge with pool table adjacent to a professional-grade kitchen with a bar and large dining area with a stunning marble fireplace. Outside, a resort-style terrace brings the indoors outside.

In addition to quality construction by Bosa – Quorum, secure underground parking for residents and visitors, secure bike storage lockers, a separate dog wash area, FOB entry with enterphone system and Home Warranty coverage provide peace of mind for Altus residents. When travels call you away from home, the onsite concierge service offers package storage and other essentials.

Complementing the building’s proximity to the Peace Arch Hospital, ground-level and second-floor commercial space will include a walk-in clinic, dentist, pharmacy and other related services, with a separate entrance for the residences.

With construction well underway, and completion planned for early 2022, residents are invited to visit the sales centre, 1589 Maple St., on weekends from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment at any other time. While exploring the possibilities of your new home, ask about the 10 Star Program for the next five purchasers, including 10 per cent simple interest on your deposit, $10,000 move-in package and three years of free strata.

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Altus White Rock Construction Update from Agnes Cheung on Vimeo.

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One of the Lower Mainland’s most sought-after locations in the heart of White Rock, Altus offers virtually every amenity at your doorstep.

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