'Living on the Edge' in downtown Vancouver

Fifteen Fifteen, a planned 42-storey building at 1515 Alberni Street, will have a distinctive silhouette with 18 cantilevered units that take advantage of 270 degree views. The increasing popularity of cantilever buildings over the last 10 years has residents literally living on the edge.  The cantilever is an entire 

D structure that defies gravity and provides superior apartment layouts for the world's most luxurious apartment buildings.


Fifteen Fifteen, a planned 42-storey building at 1515 Alberni Street, is a development by Bosa Properties.


The tower will be built on one of the most recognizalbe sites in Vancouver.

The plot includes an architecturally historical building at 1500 Georgia and a pool that has been iconic on the artery in the city. There was space available for another building which was where the concept for Fifteen Fifteen was born.


a room filled with furniture and a large window:  There are 69 different floorplans: Fifteen Fifteen comprises studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, cantilevered Observatory Residences and penthouses.


The architects have taken the time to focus on every detail to bring both the interiors and exteriors of the project to life.  The concept was to try and connect the tower to the elements of Vancouver - the mountains, the ocean, and Stanley Park.

While not everbody can live in the building, the building is intended to bring life to the neighbourhood. In addition to 202 homes, there will be boutique retail at the ground level and public art.


 Travertine countertops in the kitchen.


The 18 Observatories introduce a horizontal component with dramatic glass-enclosed cantilevers that project outward from the tower - creating a sensation of floating above the ocean, the city and the mountains.

The Observatories will range from two bedrooms (approx 1,500 squre feet) to three bedroom and den (just under 2,200 square feet), will be available on 18 different storeys, with the lowest on the 17th floor and the highest on the 36th floor.


a room with a sink and a mirror:  Large format terrazzo tiles on the floor and walls in the bathroom.


The amenties at Fifteen Fifteen will include the SkyLounge, spanning the 29th and 30th floors with a 270 degree view of the harbour, mountains and the city where residents will be able to host dinner parties for their guests in a space with some of the best views in the city. There will also be a 24-hour auto valet with an auto lobby just below street level, a concierge service and a state-of-the-art fitness and yoga room with locker and towel service.

Projected prices from $900,000.


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