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The details: 210–1178 Hamilton St. | $799,000 | 888 sq. ft. | 1 Bed, 1 Bath | Built 1994The condo: Stylish design elements are the name of the game in this former warehouse situated in the heart of Yaletown. This home is calling out for a social media influencer to move in and start Instagraming that red refrigerator and exposed brick walls—heck, the fir hardwood floors will look great in your feed, too.The building: Originally built in the early 20th century, the Hamilton was given a major facelift in the mid ’90s, transforming it from an old warehouse into an apartment block. This five-storey building contains 36 units above the street level retail storefronts. The homes have in-suite laundry, storage and parking available, as well as access to a shared rooftop patio space.The neighbourhood: Yaletown may be known as a yuppie’s paradise, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have lots to offer. From world-class dining and chic cocktail programs at nearly every restaurant, to boutique and brand name shopping right next door (or a couple of blocks away in the downtown core), you’re literally surrounded by every amenity you might need.The drawbacks: Living in an urban centre is noisy and even the best soundproofing can’t save you from those revelling in all that the neighbourhood has to offer.See the full listing here.