The final phase of Pinnacle International's three-tower Sorrento is now nearing completion in Richmond, with work now wrapping up at the ground-level artists' studios along with other finishing touches. Arranged around a common inner courtyard, Sorrento as a whole represents a sizeable residential project, bringing upwards of 500 new residents to the corner of Capstan Way and Sexsmith Road in Richmond. 

Final phase of Sorrento wrapping up, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Across the street from a large collection of chain restaurants and big box stores, the development at the heart of Capstan Village will place residents within easy walking distance of many eateries and shops, along with a Korean karaoke joint and an escape room. 

Artist studios under construction, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Close as well, to the Aberdeen SkyTrain Station on the Canada Line, residents will have easy access to both downtown and the Vancouver International Airport, the latter of which could technically be considered walking distance, situated as it is just across the Moray Bridge from Capstan Village.

Sorrento, from Capstan Way and Sexsmith Road, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

A welcome addition to the Richmond skyline, Sorrento has quickly become a fixture of the neighbourhood, the influx of pedestrian activity part and parcel of the Vancouver's suburb's urban renaissance. 

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Related Companies:  Bingham Hill Architects, Pinnacle International