Continuing our Richmond coverage, Concord Pacific is proceeding with phase two of their Galleria at Concord Gardens development. The two-tower Da Vinci Collection, featuring 157 market residential units, comprised the first phase of the master-planned development. Heavy machinery is now on the site of the second stage, the Picasso Collection, which will produce 344 market units across three towers.

Galleria at Concord Gardens, image via Concord Pacific

The five-building development will be located steps from an upcoming SkyTrain Canada Line station at No. 3 Road and Capstan Way. A commercial component totalling 34,000 square feet with 20 dedicated offices will join a two-acre community park as the non-residential features of the project.

Galleria at Concord Gardens, image via Concord Pacific

Residential amenities within the Picasso Collection will focus on health and wellness, offering residents an indoor swimming pool, separate children's pool, hot tub, heated stone lounge, steam room and a sauna. A fitness centre, yoga studio, ping pong and putting green rooms, and a 12,800-square-foot arts facility will also be included in the second phase.

Galleria at Concord Gardens development site, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Galleria at Concord Gardens consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom suites in both phases. Ranging in size from 552 to 1,193 square feet, units are accented by Miele stainless steel appliances, smart storage and wide plank laminate flooring.

Galleria at Concord Gardens development site, image by Forum contributor City Of Rain

Capstan Station is expected to begin construction in late 2020 and open for service in 2022.

Additional information and images can be found in our Database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.

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