634 East Georgia Street Vancouver, BC V6A 2A1 Strathcona
- Number of Units: 30
- Neighbourhood: Strathcona
- Building Type Heritage
- Lease Terms: 1 year
Located at the south side of East Georgia Street between Princess and Heatley Avenue, the building has a mix of micro & self-contained suites. 100 year old Strathcona building tucked away amidst heritage homes, schools, and parks. Eclectic micro-suites with shared bathrooms. Newly renovated, fob entry, video security, and coin laundry. Only two blocks from major transit corridor and a 10 minute walk to Skytrain.
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What our residents are saying
3yrs of micro-living essentially changed my life. It’s a lifestyle that led to my creative and financial freedom – while being affordable, convenient, a lighter/greener footprint and surrounded by a like-minded community in return.
Micro-living is rewarding and refreshing. Minimizing square footage inspired me to create a surprisingly sleek, expressive and footprint-friendly space. It’s an easy trade for a location that’s walking distance to shops, a spirited nightlife and a reduced commute time to work.
After completing my undergraduate degree, it was important for me to live frugally but also comfortably. Micro-living proved to be the perfect solution. I was able to save money while enjoying the perks of residing in the heart of the city. Friendly neighbours and great management were an additional bonus!
Our building was a little diamond in the rough. I love that it’s safe and been made modern where it counts while holding true to its historic charm. There are so many incredible local businesses in the area, and I couldn’t ask for a better community of neighbours.
Micro-living has been a great way to save money and get ahead. I’ve been able to get back to the basics and re-focus on my career. Being in a central location with affordable rent has made all the difference in this stage of my life.
Great people mean a lot. This is the first photo of bald me (during chemo treatment for Lymphoma). I’d asked my neighbour if he could take some before pics of my hair. While in the hall, we were joined by a few more tenants. After a whole thwack of photos we decided we had enough and should just buzz it off! We ended up cutting my hair down into every hilarious style we could until it was gone. Like most of the awesome times we’ve had as a group, it started with bumping into people in the hall and going from there. I was lucky to have had such a fantastic community around me during a challenging time.
I made great friends in the building. Like lifelong super connected friends. There’s something to be said for meeting people who are in the same place at the same time in our lives. We just get each other. I didn’t expect it when I moved in (wasn’t on my radar at all) but it’s what I appreciate most. We’re all thankful for a great manager who somehow knew that we’d all fit together!