The Marq

  • Buildings Address: 2225 Acadia Road, Vancouver
  • Postal Code: V6T 1R7
  • Bedrooms: 2-3
  • Floor Number: 4
  • Units Number: 22
  • Built Year: 2022
  • Developer: Westland
  • Architect: Rositch Hemphill Architects
  • Designer: BAM Interiors
  • Amenities:
    • Shopping, restaurants and schools
    • Arts and culture surroundings
    • Parks and beaches nearby
    • Golf clubs nearby
  • Features:
    • All parking stalls are EV ready
    • Electronic fob access control system and video monitoring of building entry points creates additional security
    • Pre-wired for high-speed Internet and digital cable
    • Dual USB outlets in kitchen, living room and master bedroom ensure that you’re always connected
    • Secure underground parking and bicycle storage rooms
    • 9’ ceilings in main living areas

Building Description

The Marq presents a rare offering of only 22 freehold concrete homes by UBC campus. The Marq is the first offering of its kind in over a decade. The remarkable location on Acadia road at university boulevard takes advantage of landscaped and natural surroundings and proximity to all the amenities at the university endowment lands. Designed by award-winning architects, built by an experienced construction team and graced with beautifully sculpted interiors and luxurious details, The Marq will be an address of distinction.

Located within minutes of the UBC campus, the Marq’s walkable location benefits from a cultural, educational and a recreationally idyllic way of life.
The Marq’s impeccably curated interiors, thoughtful details, and the finest craftsmanship are complemented by technology to create homes that are effortless to live in, and luxurious in every sense.
The bespoke style of The Marq’s interiors speaks to a sense of tranquility with rich materials and warm touchpoints. Together they create an exclusive spa-like aesthetic you can retreat to every day.
Subtle terraces accented with panoramic windows and expansive outdoor living spaces define The Marq ‘s architectural style. Its design applies natural light, warmth and efficiency to create a collection of homes that set new standards for sustainability in the UBC community.