A contemporary low-rise of 41 beautifully proportioned homes and one heritage house united by a large communal rooftop terrace.
AMIRA’s collection of spacious studio, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom homes are designed by renowned architects, Boldwing Continuum.
As BC’s oldest city, New West is blessed with beautiful public parks. So, we reimagined them for the modern age and created one on the roof of the building.
AMIRA’s communal rooftop terrace – featuring landscaped lounge, BBQ and children’s play areas – provides spaces for solitude and socializing against the breathtaking backdrop of the West Coast skyline.
John Lee Thompson and Emily J. Fulton moved to British Columbia from Nova Scotia in 1889. Arriving in New Westminster, they bought a plot of land overlooking the downtown port’s bustling saloon bars, food stalls and flophouses.
John and Emily were one of Uptown’s first settlers. Today, the house they built at 612 Brantford Street is the oldest in the area.
AMIRA celebrates this unique piece of history with a sensitive restoration that actively incorporates the property’s period features – from the steep pitched roof to the wood drop siding.
A 21st century home almost 130 years in the making.