Perfectly positioned on the edge of Downtown Langley, on Douglas Crescent at 208th Street, Nicomekl Garden offers 40 modern condominium homes.

Perfectly positioned on the edge of Downtown Langley, on Douglas Crescent at 208th Street, Nicomekl Garden offers 40 modern condominium homes.

First-time buyers to right-sizers, your ideal home – and location – is here!

Langley condos deliver the right home, in the right place

When it comes to choosing a home, location is essential.

So when you can combine an exceptional location with the design and amenities people want – at the price point they’re looking for – the result is a property that checks the right boxes.

Meet Nicomekl Garden.

Perfectly positioned on the edge of Downtown Langley, on Douglas Crescent at 208th Street, Nicomekl Garden offers 40 modern condominiums whose features and location are ideal for both first-time buyers and downsizers. Poised to break ground in the next month or two, with completion expected in summer 2022, the four-storey development will include an array of two- and three-bedroom homes in addition to two, one-bedroom suites.

  1. Style & Substance Nicomekl Garden’s West Coast architecture opens to inviting, open-concept interiors, with sought-after features like nine-foot ceilings, custom soft-close cabinetry, quartz countertops and professional-grade appliances, plus air conditioning to offer year-round comfort. And if new furnishings would help make your new house a home, you also have the option of incorporating the cost of your furniture purchases into your mortgage.
  2. Shopping & Dining In addition to the unique businesses of Downtown Langley, Walmart, Costco, Fraser Crossing Mall and Willowbrook Shopping Centre are all close at hand. And what’s for dinner? If you’re giving your well-appointed kitchen a pass for the night, you’ll be spoiled for choice, with everything from the Rendezvous Pub and Brogan’s Diner to Chef Sushi and Ban Chok Dee Thai Cuisine!
  3. Community While Nicomekl Garden will include a fully outfitted gym for those days when you want to keep your workout indoors, amenities on your doorstep include Nicomekl Park, Douglas Recreation Centre and Timms Community Centre. And whether you’re finishing your degree or engaging in lifelong learning, ongoing education opportunities are just minutes away at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
  4. Investing in the future – While you’re enjoying your home today, you’ll feel confident knowing that you’re building value for the future: Not only is Nicomekl Garden at the heart of the growing, sought-after Langley community, but it’s just a 10-minute walk from the future SkyTrain Station.

Given COVID protocols, in lieu of visiting a sales centre, home-buyers are invited to take a virtual tour of every suite in Nicomekl Garden. Simply click on a particular floorplan and take a realistic, 3D tour.

For more information, contact sales@nicomeklgarden.com or call Kevin at 778-822-0268

The developer reserves the right to modify or change plans, specifications, features and prices without notice. All dimensions and sizes are approximate and are based on architectural measurements. Virtual Tours, renderings and imagery are an artist’s perception and intended as a general reference only. Specifications may be substituted with equivalent or better at the developer’s sole discretion. All furnitures and certain fixtures shown are not included and available with additional costs.

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Enjoy inviting, open-concept interiors, with sought-after features like nine-foot ceilings, custom soft-close cabinetry, quartz countertops and more.

Enjoy inviting, open-concept interiors, with sought-after features like nine-foot ceilings, custom soft-close cabinetry, quartz countertops and more.

Among the features at Nicomekl Garden will be a well-quipped gym and an inviting residents’ lounge.

Among the features at Nicomekl Garden will be a well-quipped gym and an inviting residents’ lounge.

With construction expected to break ground in the next month or two, Nicomekl Garden is expected to welcome homeowners in summer 2022.

With construction expected to break ground in the next month or two, Nicomekl Garden is expected to welcome homeowners in summer 2022.

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