Boasting a perfect combination of location, modern West Coast-inspired design and a host of welcoming amenities, Wren + Raven is the Mission’s first new condominium in more than a decade.

Boasting a perfect combination of location, modern West Coast-inspired design and a host of welcoming amenities, Wren + Raven is the Mission’s first new condominium in more than a decade.

Superior amenities meet sophisticated design in sought-after Mission location

Wren + Raven offers beautiful homes in a convenient location

Your first home, your next home and the home you can’t wait to come home to … Wren + Raven is Mission’s newest residential condominium offering.

A perfect combination of location, modern West Coast-inspired design and a host of welcoming amenities, this Mission project is the city’s first new condominium in more than a decade – and people are excited by the possibilities.

Gord MacPherson, CEO of Elevate Development Corporation, saw the future of this neighbourhood. “When we looked at Mission, we saw a community that really was underserved. You’re seven minutes from the West Coast Connector, so you can work in town, yet enjoy all the benefits of this affordable, family community close to fishing, hiking, mountain biking and so many other activities. All these things drew us to Mission.”

Here’s a look at what people are loving about Mission’s Wren + Raven Hillside Homes:

Location. As with any real estate purchase, location is key. Nestled into the hillside adjacent to an urban forest and bird sanctuary, homes here enjoy spectacular views over the Fraser River and Fraser Valley landscape. Located on Wren Street, just up from Lougheed Highway, the project’s two six-storey buildings with street-level retail spaces create the new gateway to Mission. Being constructed above the amenities of Outlook Village, homeowners will have easy access to everything they need. Shops, restaurants and recreation opportunities, along with a private daycare space are ideal for young families and the young at heart alike. For times you need to travel farther afield, you’ll enjoy easy access to Highway 7 and West Coast Express.

Design. West Coast inspired architecture with wood and copper detailing boast expansive windows flooding your space with natural light. Balconies and patio gardens blend the inside and out, while thoughtfully designed floorplans aim to maximize space. Starting at $407,900, these homes range from two bedrooms and a den starting at 774 square feet to three-bedrooms at over 1,100 sq.ft.

Wren + Raven’s sophisticated interiors feature 9-foot ceilings and inviting modern kitchens. With dual-tone cabinets, pendant lighting, contemporary fixtures and a stainless steel appliance package, making your meals will be a treat. Afterwards you can wind down with a shower in with your spa-inspired ensuite boasting custom vanity, wrap-around tile and glass-enclosed walk-in shower.

All this is accentuated by in-floor radiant heating, superior soundproofing and energy- and water-efficiency features for long standing comfort, while superior soundproofing and energy efficiencies add comfort and peace of mind.

Amenities. Relax and enjoy a fully equipped fitness facility adjacent to an outdoor amenity area with private hot tub, beautifully landscaped green space, and two outdoor playgrounds with nature-inspired play facilities. Each building also features an indoor multipurpose space to host large gatherings or parties.

And whether you’re a first-time buyer, raising a family or downsizing in style, Wren + Raven offers more than a beautiful home in a convenient location. You’ll also enjoy new home warranty coverage and features like secured underground parking.

Visit the Wren + Raven Sales Centre from noon to 5 p.m. on weekends, and by private appointment at any other time by request at 604-287-3000 or You can also take a 360-degree tour of the sales centre!

But don’t wait! Elevate Development Corp is serious about making it easy for you to be a part of this great new community. Until Sept. 1, purchasers can choose either three years’ rent or 20 per cent interest on your deposit while Elevate finishes building your new home. That will go a long way towards your down payment. Plus, get all the benefits of the Elevate Buyers Club: $500 towards your move, a $500 Uber gift card, and a one-hour complimentary consultation with an Interior Designer!

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Located on Wren Street, just up from Lougheed Highway, Wren + Raven’s two six-storey buildings with street-level retail spaces will create the new gateway to Mission.

Located on Wren Street, just up from Lougheed Highway, Wren + Raven’s two six-storey buildings with street-level retail spaces will create the new gateway to Mission.

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