Urban Convenience Surrounded by Nature



At Cleveland Gardens, you are in the charm of Brackendale and downtown Squamish while minutes away from unprecedented outdoor adventure. Cleveland Garden offers a unique balance of natural and urban lifestyle. Located in heart of Squamish, Cleveland Gardens gives you a short distance from all your urban amenities, yet surrounded by parkland, a natural estuary and mountain views include views of Mount Garibaldi and the world famous Stawamus Chief.



Squamish is recognized as the outdoor recreation capital of Canada because of the never-ending outdoor activity options available here made possible by the natural physical attributes of our geography. The community consists of healthy lifestyles, protected parks and green space, accessible community services, thriving neighborhoods, clean air and water, a sustainable environment, ethnic and cultural diversity, healthy public policy, engaged citizens and more. Those who are looking for an outdoor lifestyle can walk or bike through Squamish’s many trails, kayak in Howe Sound, kite-board at the Squamish Spit, fishing at the rivers around or in the ocean or just watch eagles in Brackendale. On warmer months swim in one of the many local lakes or glacier-fed swimming holes, play a round of golf. More choices; go and explore numerous local parks and playgrounds, hop on the Sea to Sky Gondola trail, or go to Britannia Beach mining museum.




Living at downtown Squamish; you can step out and grab a coffee from one of Squamish’s coffee shops or cafés, unwind at Howe Sound Brewing or spend in downtown Squamish’s restaurants, shops, and boutiques. It’s a quick walk to groceries, library, or recreation center and a short drive to Walmart, Canadian Tire, and London Drugs. You can enjoy nightlife with live music, go to local art galleries and farmer markets, or celebrate seasonal festivals such as Winter Gala. You can go to Loggers sports festival and meet competitors from around the world, Paddle, play and soar at the annual Wind Festival, or take a ride on everyone’s favorite Christmas train when the eighth annual Polar Express returns to the West Coast Railway Heritage.



Squamish has two universities, six public elementary schools, two public high schools, a Montessori school, and a Waldorf school.

The developer reserves the right to make changes to the information presented here without notice. Availabilities are subject to change without notice. Completion date is subject to change. Register or contact us for details. Renders are only artistic concepts of the project and do not take into account the neighboring buildings, physical structures, streets, and landscape. This is not an offering for sale. Any such offering can only be made with Disclosure Statement and Contract of Purchase and Sale E. & O.E.

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