Across the Creek to The Shore

North Vancouver is only a 12 minute BC Transit ride via the Seabus ride from downtown, but at an average price of $552 per square foot for a new condo or townhome compared to $904 in Downtown Vancouver, it’s well worth the ride.

One of the fabulous new North Shore home options is Adera’s The Shore, where residents can embrace modern living within a natural setting. Located next to Mosquito Creek and the recently expanded Trans Canada Trail, the mountains, forests, parkways and waterways of North Shore are all easily accessible. Living experience at The Shore can be further enhanced by using the private rooftop lanais featured at all top level homes. 375 creekside apartment homes ranging from one to three bedrooms will ultimately be available to to welcome and accommodate families of different sizes.
In a peaceful setting next to the creek, residents enter The Shore from Fell Avenue across a private bridge. The four 5 and 6-storey wood-frame buildings surround an interior West Coast piazza with a public art water feature, allowing residents and visitors to mingle in their own town square. A pathway follows the creek through the trees.  The Shore is within easy walking distance to both the shops and services of Marine Drive, as well as the Burrard Inlet waterfront, earning a high Walk Score rating of 83.
The Shore’s first building is already complete, and includes homes ranging in size from 491 to 1093 sq ft, plus deck or patio. The presentation centre located at 238 Fell Avenue in North Vancouver is open with a complete show suite. Register for VIP status to receive your invitation at

About Adera
Adera is the largest Built Green builder in B.C. and has won multiple Gold Georgie awards, including the second-ever Platinum Georgie, Best Multi-Family Home Builder five times, Best Customer Service seven times, and the first ever Customer Choice Award. In addition to numerous Canadian SAM Awards, including two Grand SAMs, Adera was the first Canadian recipient of an international Gold Nugget Award in 46 years.