As the Vancouver real estate market scorches the earth, we find the market redefining its standard as to what constitutes Greater Vancouver. What was once seen as a drive into the country can now be considered a neighbourhood within reach. This may partially explain the mass marketing behind Solterra’s Rockcliff at Eaglewind in Squamish.
Described as a series of “luxurious apartment homes,” Rockcliff bills itself as the ticket to the province’s best recreation — including climbing, hiking, riding, windsurfing and paddling.
You might also want to include treading to that list, as you try to stay above water with the mortgage payments.
Squamish’s “next epic landmark” is adventurously located past the McDonald’s off Highway 99. This isn’t just me being cheeky. This is actually noted at the base of the ad.
Introducing Rockcliff. Soar to new heights and get a McChicken to go.