New Gastown condos 21 Doors 90% sold out opening week

November 7th, 2011

21 Doors debuts courtyard homes this fall, starting at $209,900

21 Doors, the latest Gastown project by Robert Fung’s Salient Group, sold just over 90% of homes during its opening week, with the majority selling to local homebuyers.

“21 Doors buyers are a diverse demographic including all age ranges, couples and singles” says developer Robert Fung of the Salient Group. “Most of the homebuyers are currently renting in Gastown, were looking to own their home, and who plan on moving into their new suites when 21 Doors is ready for occupancy in December.”

Pricing started at $209,900 for a smartly-designed studio home, while the majority were 1-bedroom suites priced in the mid-$200’s. 21 Doors itself overlooks the newly opened Carrall Street Greenway that connects Gastown via walking and bike paths to the False Creek seawall and downtown. Located at 370 Carrall Street, 21 Doors is in the heart of Gastown: cool café Nelson the Seagull is across the street, the Inter-Urban Art Gallery is next door, and Sean Heather’s soon to open Bitter brew pub is kitty corner.

The four-storey brick building will feature retail space at street level and modern residences above. For more information about 21 Doors, visit

Known and celebrated for its heritage and urban revitalization projects which have received numerous heritage awards, 21 Doors developer Salient Group is equally committed to creating exceptional architecture and sustainable urban communities, for which it has been recognized by a Lieutenant-Governor’s Medal in Architecture and numerous sustainable architecture and buildings awards.