Located in residential Westside Vancouver, across the street from Queen Elizabeth Park, Lilibet feels more like a community than a condo development. Designed by Gateway Architecture and BAM Interior (and, yes, named after the monarch), this collection of homes surrounds a shared central courtyard for residents to play, garden, and connect with neighbors. The result is a bit of a throwback vibe—but with all the trappings of modern urban living. Think: top-of-the-line appliances, luxury finishes, and lofty ceilings, and private outdoor spaces, individual off-street entrances, and underground parking for all residences.
Developed By Intergulf Development Group
BrokerVirani Real Estate Advisors
About Lilibet – Homes at Queen Elizabeth Park
A cluster of eight buildings, Lilibet’s architecture feels decidedly home-like. This is not glitzy, all-glass living, and intentionally so. Here, gatherings—of family and neighbors—are central to the design of the individual buildings and their relationships to each other and the verdant courtyard space.
The Westside neighborhood of South Cambie combines a relaxed, residential vibe with all the conveniences of urban living. Of note is the 130-acre Queen Elizabeth Park, known for its gorgeous gardens, bird conservatory, and views of Downtown Vancouver; located on Little Mountain, it’s also the city’s highest point. Boulevard-like Cambie Street is the main thoroughfare and a significant artery for the city, running from Yaletown all the way to South Vancouver. Within walking distance is newly cool SoMa, known for its craft breweries, stellar restaurants, Canadian fashion boutiques, and antique shops.
There are 59 homes in total, including one-bedroom garden-level homes and two- and three-bedroom townhomes, all with private outdoor spaces, airy, open-concept layouts, and plenty of natural light. Throughout, you’ll also find Miele appliances, cantilevered kitchen islands, and matte black fixtures and window frames. The overall effect is understated and uncluttered, giving residents the opportunity to make their home a home. In fact, residents have the opportunity to choose between contemporary colors with contrast elements or a lighter “West Coast” vibe and can also add elements like custom millwork.
The main amenity here is greenery in the form of neighboring Queen Anne Park and the lush central courtyard. The latter has nearly 50 trees, an open lawn and fire pit area for lounging, a children’s play area, and even garden plots. There are also plenty of modern conveniences, like underground parking and bike storage. And then there are the views. Lilibet is situated on one of the highest points in Vancouver, affording residents spectacular vistas in every direction.
- Bike Storage
- Fireside Gathering Area
- Outdoor Space
The newest phase of Capstan Village, a landmark development just outside Vancouver, Torino introduces three mid-rise towers designed by Bingham + Hill Architects. The harmonious collection of condominiums, townhomes, and penthouses share an abundance of indoor amenity space including a karaoke room and tennis room. For the outdoor amenities, think courtyards and great lawns, fire pits and dining areas. It’s an extension of an already flourishing community in a rapidly transforming area of Richmond.