At Midtown Club Suites, contemporary finishes in a clean palette of warm white and smoked maple create an inviting setting you’ll love coming home to.

10 (stylish!) reasons to come home to Midtown

Modern suites inspiring Abbotsford’s rental market

Brand new, beautifully appointed, modern rental suites are inspiring residents in Abbotsford’s vibrant Midtown District.

With residents in the fully-rented Building 1 already loving their Midtown Club Suites homes, applications are available now for Building 2, welcoming residents Oct. 1, and Building 3, opening its doors in December.

Showcasing upscale living just steps from shopping, dining, recreation and a variety of transportation opportunities, Midtown Club Suites takes an innovative approach to rental living. Here’s what new residents will discover:

10. Spacious suites: Finely appointed, stylish rental apartments are available in studio, one, two and even three bedroom-suites, all located in a park-like setting at the end of a quiet street. In designing homes to both live in and love, spacious floorplans are at the heart of Midtown – you’ll be challenged to find new apartments with of this size, with these amenities.

9. Open, light-filled living: Each suite has been carefully designed to include an open-concept living area, 9’ high ceilings throughout and over-sized windows to soak in the natural light. Head to a top floor suite for 11’ vaulted living room ceilings!

8. Inviting interiors: Contemporary finishes in a clean palette of warm white and smoked maple create an inviting setting you’ll love coming home to. Enjoy open-concept living with custom wood-grain cabinets, kitchen eating bar and stainless steel appliances, sturdy, easy-to-maintain vinyl plank flooring and full-width vanity mirrors.

7. Practical benefits: Designed with both an artful and practical eye, you’ll love the in-suite laundry and ample storage, including large walk-in closets, and bright LED kitchen lighting.

6. Indoor-outdoor living: Outdoor living is as close as your large patio, providing lovely park and mountain views for a truly peaceful escape.

5. Park-like setting: You’ll also enjoy the private, park-like setting outside your window, with spacious lawn areas for relaxing or a game of bocci, plus outdoor bench seating and a covered gazebo area – rare amenities in today’s market. Walkways weave throughout, connecting the beautifully maintained gardens – your own “backyard” to enjoy from your easy-care home.

4. Recreation matters: With workout and lounge facilities on-site, you won’t need to venture far for fitness or relaxation.

3. Guests welcome: Your guests will appreciate the ample visitor parking and you’ll feel proud welcoming them to your new home!

2. On-site management: Professionally managed with on-site dedicated staff, you’ll enjoy the highest degree of professional management service, leaving you more time to enjoy life!

1. Location, location: Conveniently located next to McCallum Junction Shopping Centre and Highway 1, Midtown Club Suites offers shopping, dining and recreation at your doorstep. Better yet, the brand new pedestrian overpass will offer a direct link between Midtown and both the University of the Fraser Valley and the Abbotsford Entertainment Centre!

To learn more about joining the Midtown community, visit today at 1865 Salton Rd. in Abbotsford, or online at midtown-abbotsford.com or give them a call at 604-776-1818. Applications are first-come, first served – apply early for the best selection!

 

Midtown Club Suites residents will enjoy a park-like setting and ample green space.

Inviting interiors welcome residents and guests to Abbotsford’s Midtown Club Suites.

Expansive windows and open floorplans offer light, bright interiors.

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