The architecturally distinct Grace lies at the crossroads of Richards and Davie in a calm and tree-lined area of Yaletown, surrounded by local coffee shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Notoriously discreet and deceivingly unassuming, those in the know are aware of the comfortable luxury found within Grace’s gates.
Grace was the first high-rise building in Vancouver to incorporate a geothermal heating and cooling system, setting a new standard for the city. Large ornamental baseboards, casings and crown mouldings along with ornate carved mahogany fireplace surrounds bring a warmth to the interiors that complements the 10 foot ceilings. Expansive and comprehensive kitchens are designed for living and entertaining, while grandiose bathroom features, heated floors and generously sized bathtubs provide a rejuvenating space. Imported limestone floors are found throughout the home, and each suite has a private spacious balcony or terrace.
Privacy is plentiful, with a concierge, comprehensive video surveillance and a biometric fingerprint security access system. A lush garden space with sculptural forms and water features is only visible from within the development. On the rooftop, a secure children’s play area neighbours the fitness area which opens onto the sundeck. The spectacular indoor/outdoor pool is complemented by a spa and sauna.
Only a few steps away are oceanfront parks, tennis courts, Vancouver’s beautiful Seawall and rapid transit. Elysium, one of the city’s most exclusive penthouse estates, is perched atop Grace. The building is named after the famed Graceland nightclub that once occupied the former Kodak Eastman warehouse on the site the tower now stands on.
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