Miramar Village is one of those condo projects that seems stuck forever. Like White Rock’s big white rock, it’s going nowhere. Don’t be fooled by allegations of “limited opportunity” — this $721,000+ stinker has been on the market since at least 2006. The ad copy doesn’t lie; this is vintage condo hype:
At Miramar Village, you can reward yourself with a lifestyle that many long for, and few seem to find. A refined condominium lifestyle that offers the opportunity to enjoy weekends spent doing what you want to do, rather than things you have to do.
True to old-school Vancouver condo marketing, the narcissism in the copy is stronger than you’d find in the Yaletown Cactus Club on a Friday night, prompting speculation that 90s Eurodance group Culture Beat has been hired as a special consultant.
“I know what I want and I want it now. I want you cause I’m Mr. Vain.”
Now that’s a kick-ass condo theme song!