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North Vancouver’s first true luxury residences, Millennium Central Lonsdale, fuses stunning views, luxury amenities and sophisticated interiors

Discover what luxury living feels like at the newest development by Millenium Development Group in North Vancouver
Aerial view of Millennium Central Lonsdale in North Vancouver. Rendering via Millennium Development Group.

Famous for its world-renowned mountains and spectacular ocean views, North Vancouver is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Nestled within a vibrant, walkable enclave that puts you at the epicentre of all of life’s modern conveniences at your doorstep is where you will discover Millennium Central Lonsdale.

A collaboration between two multiple award-winning powerhouses - Millennium Development Group and Chris Dikeakos Architects - the eye-catching 18-storey mixed-use tower with 162 residences, including eight two-storey townhomes, will make its mark in more ways than one.​

Townhomes at Millennium Central Lonsdale. Rendering via Millennium Development Group

Anchored by a seven-level podium and a luxury hotel-inspired lobby with a concierge, Millennium Central Lonsdale will stand out for the unparalleled lifestyle it offers, as well as its design. As the City's latest residential high rise on the hill, Millennium will impress even the most discerning purchaser.

“The tower features a mix of glass, limestone and wood accents, giving it a very elegant, classy and timeless look,” says Richard Bernstein, principal with the project’s architect, Chris Dikeakos Architects (CDA). “Its shape is very interesting and doesn’t look like other buildings while maximizing uninterrupted views from all directions.”

Pool. Rendering via Millennium Development Group

Sales have been going extremely well, and there are still great two and three-bedroom residences with spacious terraces for seamless indoor-outdoor living and entertaining available.  Refined elegance is woven into the impeccably designed residences, highlighted by wide plank hardwood flooring throughout, Italian-made cabinetry, premium Miele appliances, air conditioning, nine ft. ceilings and expansive windows allowing natural light to flood in.

“Experience luxury living on the North Shore at Northmount Millennium Central Lonsdale,” says Coleen Weir, sales representative, Magnum Projects. “Millennium’s flagship project opposite Whole Foods Market is incomparably chic – every detail a blend of elegance, opulence and functionality, with sumptuous designer interiors, enhanced by breathtaking Vancouver Skyline and Burrard Inlet views. Many seek perfection, few enjoy the privilege.”

Views. Rendering via Millennium Development Group

​To allow your personality to shine through, Millennium Development Group provides homebuyers an opportunity to customize their home with upgrades, like Herringbone hardwood floors, LED lighting and/or automation in kitchen cabinetry, Motorized blinds and EV parking stalls (limited number).

Millennium Central Lonsdale’s crowning glory is the 15,000 square foot of indoor and outdoor entertainment space. Imagine gathering with family and friends in an outdoor sky lounge with sweeping North Shore Mountain, ocean and cityscape views. The terrace will delight with its relaxing lounge areas, outdoor kitchens and harvest tables for gathering with family and friends, heated outdoor infinity pool, hot tub with sundeck.

Dining. Rendering via Millennium Development Group

​There are green rooftops showcasing urban agricultural gardens for growing herbs and vegetables, a children’s playground, as well as a fitness centre, yoga studio and even a designated dog park where residents can walk their pets.

On the Lower Mainland, we desire ease of accessibility and living at Millennium Central Lonsdale offers that and more. Literally across the street from Whole Foods Market and a great variety of shops and restaurants, walking distance to LGH and City Hall and parks and numerous recreational amenities, you are truly at the epicentre of it all.​

Breathtaking views of the Vancouver Skyline and Burrard Inlet. Rendering via Millennium Development Group