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The New Millennium or the just the same over-priced story?

The athlete’s village Millennium Water project is open for public consumption.  Touted by Rennie Marketing as the greenest neighborhood on the planet and the last waterfront community in Vancouver, this massive project has been receiving some mixed reviews.

  While there is no denying the sheer size, complexity and grandeur of the community that Millennium Developments have built, I did hear more than one Realtor balk at the prices and quality of the finishing’s at their May 15th opening.  Residences start at $429,000 and range up to over 10 million dollars, and if you buy before July 1st you get to beat the HST (you do the math on 12% of ten million).  I will personally say that I am impressed with the project; it does have a hefty price tag, but at the end of the day, money talks…

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