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Take a look inside this $10-million Vancouver penthouse

The suite is one of the most opulent in the city

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Th Grace in Vancouver’s Yaletown neighbourhood consists of a high-rise and a low-rise tower. This is the view from its $10-million penthouse.

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The $10-million Vancouver penthouse is one of the city’s priciest condo properties on the market.

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The penthouse has been outfitted with $150,000 worth of temporary furniture, knick-knacks and art, according to the property’s stager Rien Sharma of Revamp.

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The penthouse features 40-foot-high ceilings and seven private terraces that add up to a 360-degree view, three minimalist ethanol-burning fireplaces and dozens of crystal chandeliers supplied by local company James R. Moder, including one priced at $250,000.

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The penthouse features three bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms.

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The penthouse’s standout feature is the kitchen, with views of Vancouver from the east to the North Shore Mountains and an oyster bar, with a narrow, long rectangular sink intended to be filled with crushed ice and bivalves.

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Aside from the gargoyles, the Grace is the only building in Vancouver to use a biometric fingerprint identity panel for access.

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The Grace penthouse has been an ongoing project for owner-developer James Schouw, who has an interest in creating unique projects with an artistic bent to them.

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The three-storey penthouse remained unfinished until a few weeks ago.

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