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Central Park House in Burnaby a first for Gensler

Sales are now underway at Central Park House, Bosa Properties’ 41-storey tower in Burnaby.

The development was designed by international architecture firm Gensler and is their first residential tower in Canada.

The tower stands out with its dark exterior and an extruded amenity “box” in the sky. Gensler drew inspiration from their work designing the Shanghai Tower – China’s tallest building – which features eight stacked amenity-filled atriums. 

“We are delighted to be partnering with Bosa on this unique project and working in Metro Vancouver for the first time. The design is deeply refined and reimagines residential living unlike anywhere else in the surrounding area,” said David Epstein, principal and design director at Gensler.

“The spaces offer a calmness and a retreat away from the modern world.”

Renderings: Central Park House by Bosa Properties

Aerial of Central Park House at 5677 Wilson Avenue
Aerial of Central Park House at 5677 Wilson Avenue. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Lobby rendering
Lobby rendering. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Resident lounge
Resident lounge. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Pool area
Pool area. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Interior pool at Central Park House
Interior pool at Central Park House. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Yoga room at Central Park House
Yoga room at Central Park House. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Kitchen at Central Park House
Kitchen at Central Park House. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Interior rendering Central Park House
Interior rendering. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties
Bathroom rendering
Bathroom rendering. Credit: Gensler/Bosa Properties

Amenities at Central Park House will include a gym, swimming pool and lounge. There are 355 units in the development, including six townhouses. Unit sizes range from 435 square feet to 2,270 square feet.

“It’s inspiring to collaborate with a forward-thinking company like Gensler that is more than willing to push boundaries to create timeless architectural spaces, while offering collectible homes for families who want to pass them onto future generations,” says Colin Bosa, CEO of Bosa Properties.

The development is scheduled to complete in 2025.

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