A boutique midrise in Port Moody is taking its name from B.C.’s mighty Sitka spruce.
Designed by award-winning Integra Architecture Inc., Sitka House was inspired by this resilient tree to elevate your lifestyle.
Dulex Laidler’s Sitka House is a six-storey building offering a collection of 88 studios to 3-bedrooms, ranging from 400 to 1,058 square feet, with some condos featuring rooftop patios with sweeping treescape, mountain and Burrard Inlet views.
Sitka House’s contemporary design showcases elegant elements of wood, stone and glass meticulously brought together in an interplay of timeless beauty. Expansive windows frame lush landscaped views from the inside, while nine-foot ceilings, luxury vinyl flooring, and stylish kitchens offer up integrated stainless-steel appliances, stylish flat panel cabinetry, quartz countertops and a marble porcelain backsplash, for enduring beauty throughout.
“Nestled on a quiet residential street, every home, including the studios, have a private outdoor space,” says Vanessa Miller, sales manager Sitka House. “The developer really placed a lot of thought into innovative solutions to smaller living, including linear kitchens and smart space saving options.”
The selection of amenities is surprising given Sitka House’s intimate offering. Starting with the private open-air rooftop terrace with seating, firepits and green space, to the fitness centre and yoga studio, co-working space and pet washing station, Sitka House is about bringing people together.
This vibrant city has now morphed into an active community; all the while embracing its rich heritage. People from all over the Lower Mainland are choosing to move here for its outdoorsy and social lifestyle.
Sitka House opens the door to new possibilities, exploration, and discovery, while embracing creative and authentic living. It is artful living in a city that oozes urban sophistication.
At Sitka House, you are only a 10-to-15-minute walk from everything an urbanite wants. Shop for fresh ingredients at local markets, visit boutique shops or meet up with friends at a tasty bistro. Getting around has never been easier – Sitka House is conveniently located within walking distance from the Moody Centre Station, a rapid transit station for the SkyTrain, West Coast Express and multiple bus routes providing access to other parts of the Lower Mainland.
Dulex Laidler is working with the car-sharing company, Modo Car Cooperative, and will provide on-site parking and access to Modo cars as well as 10 shared e-bikes in secured bike rooms.
Sitka House is close to elementary and secondary schools, as well as Simon Fraser University, Canada’s #1 comprehensive university and Douglas College, the largest public degree-granting college institution in the province.
Port Moody truly is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. It is home to the Rocky Point Park, one of the best-known parks in the Lower Mainland, where you can kayak, paddleboard, jog along the Shoreline Trail or enjoy a leisurely picnic or hike just minutes away in Belcarra.