CentreBlock by Liberty Homes comes to Simon Fraser University, UniverCity

CentreBlock by Liberty Homes at UniverCity atop Burnaby Mountain is the latest condo project with sales commencing early 2014. 

CentreBlock, named after its location in the heart of the UniverCity shopping district across from Nester grocery store, will span an entire block.  The complex is comprised of two structures; a 6 story mid-rise building comprised of mixed use commercial and residential which will be connected to a 16 story hi-res residential building and a 3 story wood frame building consisting of 26 townhomes.  Ideally located close to shopping, Highlands Elementary School, the bus-loop and close proximity campus, Centreblock will offer something for all types of demographics; owners and investors alike.  In the center of the both the mid-rise/hi-rise buildings and the wood frame buildings will be a lush courtyard providing public accessibility while maintaining privacy for owners.  CentreBlock design and location will lend itself to create gorgeous view corridors while still maintaining the SFU densification requirements.

In keeping with stringent building codes and environmentally friendly requirements of SFU, CentreBlock strives to provide a high level of sustainability.  Features such as low impact site planning, efficient energy usage, high indoor air quality, reduced water consumption & responsible construction practices are just some of the ways that Liberty Homes will achieve these goals.  In addition, such features as efficient plumbing fixtures, high quality windows, enhanced insulation, reduce water consumption, space heating, Energy Star appliances & compact fluorescent lighting all lend themselves to reduced energy cost for home owners.

Liberty Homes has taken into consideration the growing population and varying demographic UniverCity has become.  In doing so, there are plans and price points for investors, individuals, young couples and young families.  Plan will consist of:


1 bedroom homes from 546 sqft to 672 sq ft

1 bedroom  & den homes from 834 sqft

2 bedroom homes from 893 sqft  to 981 sqft

3 bedroom townhomes  from 1510sqft to 1570 sq ft


*All homes will come with 1 parking and one locker and the town homes will come with 2 parking and one locker


Pricing will start at:

1 bedroom  homes starting at $239,900

2 bedroom homes starting at $339900

town homes starting at $499,900


Completion is expected for October to December 2016. 


About Liberty Homes

The Liberty Homes Team is dedicated to developing communities that incorporate the natural beauty of the environment while providing quality homes with the highest levels of design, craftsmanship and customer service. Liberty Homes’ commitment to quality workmanship and design is enhanced by its dedicated and certified staff, and by its long-term relationship with professional consultants and construction subtrades. 

As a member of the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association and a registered builder with National Home Warranty Programs of Canada, Liberty Homes maintains strong connections with local industry members and retains focus on relevant industry developments.

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