The District of West Vancouver is selling three district owned single-family residential lots located south of Brissenden Park.
The lots are located at 2517, 2523 and 2539 Rosebery Avenue. The three residential lots have now been listed for sale with the zoning allowing for single-family homes consistent with the surrounding neighbourhood.
The following are the minimum offer prices that the District will consider:
2517 Rosebery Avenue: $2,900,000
2523 Rosebery Avenue: $2,850,000
2539 Rosebery Avenue : $2,850,000
A detailed information package is available for those who want to bid on any or all of the lots. The deadline to submit is Monday, June 6, at 2 pm.
The sales proceeds from these lots will go directly to fund the District’s purchase of the last two of 32 waterfront properties at 1444 and 1448 Argyle Avenue. This will allow the District to complete the Waterfront Acquisition Plan which started in the late 1970s, and will increase public green space and allow the completion of the foreshore path from Ambleside Park to John Lawson Park.
The Brissendens’ contributions to the community will continue to be recognized by retaining the existing Brissenden Park, and additionally by naming the new green space at 1444 and 1448 Argyle Avenue, Brissenden Waterfront Park.
As mandated by the BC Supreme Court, the District has closed off the unused portion of road at 25th Street and Shamrock Place. That land will also be for park use and will enlarge the existing Brissenden Park.