Kin Collection brings family-sized townhomes, homes and flats to South Burnaby, BC
(LIVABL) — Whether you prefer one-level living, or need a few floors to run around in, the newest community to arrive in South Burnaby offers the right amount of space for every lifestyle.
The latest residential project by Beedie Living, Kin Collection is a community of 124 townhomes, homes and flats, built with families in mind. Situated in Metrotown and accompanied by exclusive resident amenities, Kin Collection provides all of the convenience, entertainment and comfort you need.
Future homeowners will have their choice from a variety of floorplan options ranging from 897 to 1,808 square feet — the three-bedroom Parkside Townhomes with flex spaces, garden patios and balconies; the Boulevard Townhomes, complete with three bedrooms, a rooftop patio and a balcony off the master bedroom; the two-level City-Homes, finished with two bedrooms and a walk-up patio; the Garden Flats, which provide two bedrooms and a den across one seamlessly designed level.
When you’re not busy enjoying the comforts of home, the Kin Club offers plenty of activities to fill your day. Get your sweat on in the fitness centre or barre studio before relaxing in the indoor-outdoor social lounge. Situated directly adjacent to a future park, there’s plenty of green spaces and gardens to explore at Kin Collection, perfect for letting the little ones burn off some steam, or for just quietly strolling through the tranquil outdoors.
It’s easy to complete weekly errands thanks to the many stores and retailers within proximity. In just a five-minute drive, you’ll find endless options for dining, shopping and entertainment, including T&T Supermarket, Shoppers Drug Mart, major bank branches and the Metropolis at Metrotown shopping mall. The morning school run will never be a hassle again with schools for every age-group located a few minutes away. The Metrotown Skytrain station is also conveniently located nearby, alongside Kingsway, to help transport you all across Greater Vancouver.
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