Investment in the correct real estate project is key to living by our principles of integrity, good-will, and social responsibility. One of these investments is 3000 Henry.

3000 Henry

3000 Henry is a stunning design by AMA architect Tim Ankenman, on a beautiful setting of the Chimes on Port Moody, with environmentally conscience planning to preserve over 70% of the natural landscape. This project has been through over 13 years of design and improvements and has evolved into a building that not only encapsulates the values of the City of the Arts but is also functional, non-disruptive and efficient. It is just on the cusp of the TOD (Transit Oriented Development) area with only a 500 meters distance to Moody station.

It is Aultrust’s objective to help bring this unique building to life for and in collaboration with the residents of Port Moody. To that end, we have relentlessly engaged and heard from a community member and will continue to have conversations with the public, City of Port Moody and other stakeholders to ensure the needs of the community are foreseen and incorporated at 3000 Henry.

Tackling affordability

Understanding the city and the region is struggling with a housing affordability as a priority, we have incorporated programs into the development of 3000 Henry to help local residents, first-time home buyers, attain ownership in this building through a creative rent-to-own program, by providing the buyers 2 years to live and occupy units, and save on their rent towards their down-payment. We have introduced a first of its kind proposal to include lock-off units in the larger suites that would provide inclusivity, add to neighbourhood rental pool and can help bring seniors closer to home and their families while maintaining their independence.

Project Sustainability

3000 Henry brings together a combination of sustainable design with state-of-the-art green building features such as:

  • Extensive Green Balconies and rooftop amenities;
  • Additional streamside setbacks along Elginhouse Creek and West Channel;
  • Compact building footprint (80% of the site is maintained in its natural state);
  • Extensive landscaping;
  • LEED Silver equivalency;
  • BC Step Code Tier 2;
  • Electric vehicle charging capabilities in all parking stalls.
3000HenryRendering

3000 Henry takes into account the surrounding green space

 

Amenities that build a community

In order to foster a sense of community within the residents of the building and reduce traffic, 3000 Henry is incorporating beautifully designed shared work-spaces, to help more of the residents work from home and alleviate traffic congestion. The development will also provide a ride-sharing service for the residents, dog-washing facilities, communal gardens and green rooftops.

 

To learn more about the project, visit 3000henry.com

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