Soenhaus | Marcon Homes | West Coquitlam | 2027

Soenhaus by Marcon Homes 


Soenhaus by Marcon Homes: A nordic-inspired low-rise condominium community in the transit-orientated Burquitlam neighbourhood of West Coquitlam, featuring a 7-storey building comprising 165 total homes. 

With nearly four decades in the industry and over 13,400 homes built, Marcon Homes offers homeowners the highest level of assurance.

The level of detail and finishing at Soenhaus is unparalleled for low-rise buildings, typically reserved for premium-priced high-rise communities.

The development is perfect for both first-time home buyers, young families, and investors, as the thoughtfully designed layouts maximize square footage in each home.

Developers Thoughts:

"A living concept At Söenhaus, an active decision has been made to evoke emotion and stir the senses—to stand apart from conventional housing in West Coquitlam."

"A building is an object that must be thought of holistically. At Söenhaus, every architectural detail and constructive element has been designed."

"To embrace nature, we’ve made every effort to integrate high-quality landscape design into the public realm. A core theme is wildscapes, which distinguishes itself from traditional landscaping through its emphasis on the ‘elegance of design.’ 

"Both inside and out, Söenhaus’ amenity program facilitates well-being with a collection of discreet, restorative spaces."


Top Building Features:

  • “Harmonious design, the attention to spatial quality, the choice of natural materials — all contribute to the creation of fascinating and imaginative environments.”

  • "The social program features lounges, kitchens, and playscapes. Each space thrives in its unique beauty and creation, fostering deep, lasting connections with living spaces—both individual and shared—through a careful balance of public and private, natural and the artificial."

  • "Seen from the courtyard, the primary wellness space with double height ceilings includes Rogue Fitness cardio and strength machines, functional turf, and Olympic lifting racks."

  • "Oak feature walls mirror the calm and tranquil feel of the courtyard. Adjacent to the fitness area we’ve located a high-end sauna, rain shower, and bike lounge to complete the offering."


Development Details

  • Total Homes | 165
  • Storeys | 7-storey low-rise
  • Completion Date | 2027
  • Deposit | 15% 
  • Assignment Fee | 1%

Starting Prices

  • Jr.1 Bedroom | 419-436 SF | From $499,000
  • 1 Bedroom | 437 - 588 SF | From low $500’s
  • 1 Bedroom + Den | 537 - 612 SF | From low $600's
  • 2 Bedroom | 786 - 856 SF | From high $700’s
  • 3 Bedroom | 986 - 1,018 SF | From High $900’s           

Manraj's Thoughts

  1. Best value for a new condominium in the rapidly expanding, transit-oriented Burquitlam community (West Coquitlam).

  2. A trusted development and construction team that ensures peace of mind for your investment.

  3. Modern and distinctive amenities, enhancing the resale value in comparison to other available homes.

  4. Amidst a sea of high-rise developments, a unique low-rise option sets your investment apart from other buildings in the community.

  5. Shorter construction timeline and potential for a more flexible deposit structure compared to concrete high-rise presale offerings.

  6. Strong fundamentals in the rental market, making it a great opportunity for investors seeking a secure investment.

  7. A community dedicated to investing in infrastructure and amenities.

  8. High demand for newer properties, as Burquitlam (West Coquitlam) remains a top choice for first-time buyers and young families across Metro Vancouver.

  9. Extremely competitive pricing in contrast to other presale projects currently available and recently completed products in the area.

  10. Great opportunity to purchase a building slated to complete in 2027 (3 years from now), but for the price of recent comparable resales (as of March 2024).

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