Wordsworth is soon to be released. Crafted by Polygon and named after the famous Romantic-era poet William Wordsworth, Wordsworth takes a prominent position in UBC's Wesbrook Village—a harmonious community that offers an immersive and high-quality higher education environment.
✔️ A range of one and two-bedroom apartment residences and three-bedroom townhomes in Vancouver's Point Grey area
✔️ Surrounded by renowned primary and secondary schools
✔️ Just steps away from a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants
✔️ Access to numerous recreational and cultural facilities within the UBC campus
✔️ Many residences offer stunning views of the Salish Sea, North Shore Mountains, or nearby parks
Wordsworth is adjacent to Mundell Park, one of the beautiful parks in Wesbrook Village named after Nobel laureates from UBC. The park features serene waters, lush greenery, recreational amenities, and bustling plazas, creating a picturesque natural setting. Designed by renowned architect Walter Francl, Wordsworth comprises a 20-story tower and a series of concrete townhomes. In this vibrant community, many residences offer views of the Salish Sea, North Shore Mountains, or nearby parks, presenting a trendy lifestyle in a poetic environment.
Wesbrook Village, located just a 20-minute drive from downtown Vancouver or Richmond, has gained acclaim for its emerging status in the established Point Grey community. It offers a wealth of everyday amenities, cafes, and restaurants. The streets throughout the community are lined with trees and lush greenery, creating a picturesque setting for strolling or biking, as if being in a painting. Adjacent to Wesbrook Village is the Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which boasts over 2,000 acres of evergreen forests and 73 kilometers of trails, allowing for a seamless transition into nature. The Wesbrook Community Center serves as a gathering place for fitness and basketball enthusiasts. Just steps away is the highly regarded public secondary school, University Hill Secondary School, providing an ideal learning and growth environment for teenagers. There are also a variety of high-quality primary and secondary schools in the vicinity. Wesbrook Village and the UBC campus host various events throughout the year, while venues such as the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Anthropology, and the UBC Botanical Garden elevate weekend activities to a whole new level.