Vantage by Embassy Development is the only new-construction high-rise in Brentwood that can offer spacious two-bedroom homes with the feel of a penthouse.

Embassy brings amazing Vantage point to Brentwood

Ryan Bosa's Embassy is offering two-bedroom premium collection homes on the 23rd floor and higher.

Embassy Developments brings sophisticated style to North Burnaby with the premium collection homes at Vantage, its modern high-rise tower in Brentwood that is becoming an integral part of the skyline.

“This is a small collection of boutique luxury homes,” says sales manager Muna Tayour. “They’re really, really spectacular.”

With penthouse-style finishings and spacious floorplans, the premium two-bedroom homes at Vantage are made for elegance.

“This level of finishing is far superior” to anything else on the market, Tayour says. “This is the only new completed development of this level in the area.”

Embassy is owned by Ryan Bosa, son of real estate legend Nat Bosa. The Bosa name is well-known for high-quality homes, and Tayour says this has had an effect on buyers at Vantage.

“Being familiar with the developer is very important in purchasing,” she says. “People are confident with Ryan and the Embassy name.”

Indeed, Bosa started Embassy in 2003 and has since continued his father’s legacy for impressive projects.

This is readily apparent in the premium collection homes, which are located on the 23rd floor and higher in the 33-storey building, so the views are spectacular. Each two-bedroom home comes with a spacious balcony to give you ample outdoor living space to entertain or relax. The huge windows bring the outdoors inside, highlighting the nine-foot ceilings that add to the airiness of your home. The two-bedroom floorplans average 1,150 square feet, so there is no shortage of space. In fact, Vantage is the only tower in the neighbourhood that offers such large suites. The two-bedroom homes are one-of-a-kind, and perfect for homeowners looking for the space of a penthouse but with the price of a condo.

When it comes to making your home your own, you are able to choose between two colour schemes, Classic and Contemporary.

In the kitchen, you’ll find full-size stainless-steel appliances and a full-height stone backsplash. The Classic colour scheme comes with granite countertops and horizontal wood grain cabinets in Wenge veneer, while the Contemporary scheme features polished quartzite countertops and Rift white oak veneer lower cabinets and white lacquered uppers.

Moving into the bathroom, you’ll find a space made for peace and quiet. With a deep soaker tub, stylish chrome hardware and a frameless clear tempered glass shower door, you’ll feel like you’re in a spa as soon as you step inside.

Homeowners will be able to take advantage of several amenities on-site, including a fitness studio and sauna, an outdoor terrace with plenty of green space, a firepit and children’s play area, and a concierge service. Residents will also have use of a lounge with a kitchen, bar and billiards table. However, it’s the huge lobby that is one of the most impressive things about Vantage. With it’s 20-foot vaulted ceilings, gorgeous marble floor and oversize chandelier, it’s truly impressive.

“The lobby blew me away,” Tayour says.

Vantage is perfectly placed within the neighbourhood. With restaurants, transit and shopping on your front steps, you won’t have to travel very far to get what you need. Elementary and secondary schools are nearby, along with the British Columbia Institute of Technology and Simon Fraser University. When you want to head outside, you’ll find plenty to love at Burnaby’s amazing parks, recreational and cultural centres.

The premium collection homes start at $599,000 and are ready to move in this spring. For more information, visit, call

604-294-3339 or visit the sales centre at 1902 Rosser Ave., Burnaby, open daily 12 to 5, except Thursday and Friday.

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