Tate on Howe is a vibrant residential and commercial development that is located in Downtown Vancouver at 1283 Howe Street, close to the Bridge found along the Granville Street. The English Bay and the Seawall are close by, making it an ideal location for visitors to this area to buy a home.
|No. of Bedrooms||Size (in square feet)||Price|
|1 + Flex||458 â€“ 515||$294,900 – $430,900|
|1 + Flex + Solarium||521 â€“ 608||$346,900 – $480,900|
|Jr. 2 + Flex||616 â€“ 630||$396,900 – $595,900|
|2 (on the 23rd â€“ 40th floors)||739 â€“ 789||$632,900 – $799,900|
|Sub PH & PH||998 – 1736||Prices Accessible via Request|
Condo Types & Sizes
Tate on Howe features condos with either one or two bedrooms with or without flexes and/or solariums. Sub penthouses, penthouses and junior two bedroom condos are also featured in the development. The condo sizes range from 458 to 1736 square feet. It is set to have 41 floors, 348 deluxe condos, 316 parking spaces for residences and space at the podium for retail or commercial use. The cheapest condo is available at $294,900 and the most expensive is $799,900 although the prices of some larger units are only available on request.
The Tate on Howe is designed with enough space for its occupants to add their own things. Parking and storage are also enough to accommodate the vehicles owned by those who will reside in the homes. The design is stylish with a modern touch for luxury and comfortable living. The homes have also been designed with beautiful views of the outside landscape for condos on higher floors.
Bonds Group is the developer of this residential tower. With assets worth more than $10 billion, Bonds is well established in the Canadian real estate market. Having completed many massive projects in Hong Kong, it is known for its North American residential development in North Vancouver featuring 41 units. Merrick Architects is behind the towerâ€™s striking architecture. Apart from Vancouver, their wonderful works with a touch of beauty, of the West Coast are also manifested in projects completed in Victoria, Squamish and Burnaby, among others.