Blexo Developments' Delta Rise is rising to the top in Delta.

Blexo Developments' Delta Rise is rising to the top in Delta.

Rising to the top with Delta Rise

Blexo Developments is bringing a new class of real estate to North Delta with Delta Rise.

Blexo Developments is bringing a new class of real estate to North Delta with Delta Rise, a curving tower with a glass facade that has buyers all over the Lower Mainland getting excited.

“You have to see it to believe it,” says Satish Sharma, principal at Blexo Developments. “You can’t replicate this anywhere else.”

As the tallest tower in North Delta at 37 storeys, Delta Rise offers amazing views, and large balconies to take advantage of them.

“The balconies are larger than those in some single-family homes,” Sharma says. At 300 square feet, he’s right. The balcony offers tons of room for entertaining or relaxing and watching the sunset.

Oversized windows let the natural light pour in, while 8’6″ ceilings and spacious floorplans contribute to the luxurious feeling in every home. Homes at Delta Rise range from 475 to 1,039 square feet, in a variety of one-, two- and three-bedroom plans.

The gourmet kitchen, with its stainless-steel appliances and polished quartz countertops will suit chefs of any calibre.

“These finishings are extremely high-quality,” says Sharma.

The bedrooms have built-in wardrobes instead of traditional closets, adding an extra level of convenience to your home, and the bathrooms are stylish and elegant, with a floating laminate vanity, polished solid quartz countertops and a deep soaker tub with integral skirt and full-height stacked porcelain tile tub surround.

Delta Rise is part of the revitalization of the Delta area, which is rapidly becoming an important hub for growth and investment. It will be located minutes from the new North Delta Community Park and Rec Centre, as well as Sungod Recreation Centre and several other parks and green spaces.

Schools, shopping and dining are all within walking distance. In fact, Delta Rise will have a coffee shop in its lobby, as well as a resident concierge service.

Other amenities on-site include a rooftop courtyard on the third level, with a park, outdoor barbecue pit, playground, garden plots, outdoor fitness area, zen garden and much more.

Inside, there will be a fitness centre, media and entertainment rooms, a workshop, a library and meeting rooms, among other amenities.

“Delta is truly open for business,” says Sharma. “It has so much to offer.”

Homes at Delta Rise start at $199,000. For more information, visit, call 604-594-RISE (7473), or stop by the presentation centre at 11941 80 Avenue, Delta, open daily between 1 and 6 p.m. Monday to Friday and noon and 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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