Porte Development's The Maxx @ Verve joins the first two phases

Porte Development's The Maxx @ Verve joins the first two phases

Maximum value at The Maxx @ Verve

Porte Development's Verve recently welcomed its newest addition: The Maxx @ Verve.



Porte Development’s Verve recently welcomed its newest addition: The Maxx @ Verve. The third and final phase of the popular condominium community includes all of the beautiful finishes from the first and second phases, as well as some new floorplans and amazing amenities.

“This is a great opportunity for buyers,” says Jeanette Chaput, director of sales and marketing for Porte. “We’ve had a lot of first-time buyers interested in Verve. It’s a great value and our price point is fantastic.”

The homes at The Maxx range from 540 to 1,300 square feet, in a variety of junior one-bedroom, one-, two- and three-bedroom plans.

The nine-foot ceilings (11 feet on the top floor) lend an incredible sense of space to your home, accented by large windows and laminate flooring throughout the main living areas.

“Having ceilings this high is a great feature,” says Chaput.

The kitchens feature full-size stainless-steel appliances, polished quartz countertops and under-cabinet valence lighting. The high-gloss upper cabinetry is complemented by warm wood lowers, and each floorplan includes some unique features such as wine racks, pantries or built-in work stations.

“Our kitchens are great,” Chaput says. “People really appreciate the little details like the full-size appliances and our signature wine racks.”

Spa-like ensuite bathrooms feature custom-designed vanities with polished quartz countertops, undermount sinks and vanity drawers, complemented by porcelain tile floors. The square-profile deep soaker tub is lit by recessed lighting. Most two-bedroom homes include oversized shower stalls with semi-frameless glass doors.

Outside, each building at Verve (Verve, Social @ Verve and The Maxx @ Verve) has its own colour palette that complements the others. A paved stone driveway leads onto the tree-lined interior streets between the buildings, and a pedestrian walkway makes its way to trails and parks. Each home comes with a spacious garden patio or balcony, and there is plenty of space for parking. In fact, all homes come with a parking stall and most two-bedroom homes come with a tandem stall for two cars.

On-site amenities for residents include a furnished guest suite, gym, yoga studio, fireside lounge with flatscreen TV, games rooms and outdoor seating.

The neighbourhood has been particularly popular with buyers.

“Our location is the best,” Chaput says. “We’re just a six-minute walk from King George SkyTrain station and 13 minutes to Central City mall.”

Surrey City Centre is one of the fastest-growing areas in the Lower Mainland, so homeowners at Verve are also very close to dining, leisure and recreation opportunities as well as the Surrey campus of Simon Fraser University, the new Surrey City Hall and the City Centre library. Elementary and secondary schools are also in the area.

“We’ve had several buyers who work at Surrey Memorial Hospital or the RCMP headquarters,” says Chaput. “They can walk to work!”

Porte is once again offering their popular flexible deposit program at The Maxx.

“It gives buyers the chance to build their downpayment as we build their home,” Chaput says. “It can be a challenge for first-time buyers, and this will help.”

Homes at The Maxx @ Verve start at $169,900. For more information, visit www.porte.ca/verve, call 604-588-3783 or stop by the presentation centre at 13931 Fraser Highway, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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