Introducing Craven, a new-mixed use development by Kenstone Properties in prestigious Kerrisdale. This 4-storey building will consist of nine ground-level commercial retail units, eight laneway townhomes, nine 1-bedroom lofts, and 30 condominiums. The residences offer a variety of floorplans, ranging from one to four bedrooms. Carven is an expression of elegant design that is timeless, hiding complexity in simplicity, just as it is in nature.
Kenstone Properties brings 46 timeless and striking residences to one of Vancouver's most coveted enclaves - Kerrisdale. Inspired by Scandinavian and Japanese design, Carven pulls its cues from nature, sits directly across from the forever protected Arbutus Greenway and steps from Kerrisdale Village's convenience and minutes from UBC, YVR and Downtown Vancouver.
Kerrisdale is a historic residential neighbourhood that maintains a village feel. Find all of your day-to-day needs within walking distance from your front door, including Sve-On-Foods, banks, London Drugs, bakeries, Miniso, liquor stores, and Honolulu Coffee. Kerrisdale Community Centre, with its park, pool, library branch, and seniors centre, is just one block away. Kerrisdale Village on 41st Avenue offers a diverse, multicultural dining option - from Ajisai Sushi and Burrata Pizzeria to Baan Wasana Thai and Sofra Mediterranean Kitchen. And with four public transit routes, plus the iconic Arbutus Greenway, nearby the rest of the city is at your fingertips.
A Vibrant and Historic Community
Kerrisdale's mature tree-lined streets, human-scaled buildings, and low density make it Vancouver's most charming and valuable neighbourhood. Residents can be assured that this family-oriented village-style neighbourhood ambiance will never change, thanks to zoning that prevents high-density, high-rise development.
Living near green space doesn't just improve your health and wellbeing. It's also a wise long-term investment. Along New York City's High Line, property values doubled when the former train trestle was converted to a 2.3-kilometre-long park. At 9 kilometres long, the Arbutus Greenway almost quadruples the size of the High Line and connects all of Vancouver - making it the city's largest linear park and the safest and most beautiful way to travel across Vancouver, water to water.