The former Lululemon CEO’s Vancouver home has been sold for significantly less than the asking price.
This Vancouver home belongs to Christine Day, who was the head of Lululemon from 2008 to 2013, so she’s not the CEO you’re thinking of.
The original listing for the home, built in 2015 and located in Mackenzie Heights with an asking price of $5.188 million, has been discontinued. According to Geelty. It was then sold on January 29th for $4.725 million, $363,000 below the asking price of $5.088 million.
Despite selling for less than the original asking price, it still sold for more than it cost. Latest appraised value The home price is $4,257,000.
Finally sold after more than two months on the market, this four-bedroom, five-bathroom home features 3,473 square feet of space.
Rumors about the former Lululemon CEO’s home were first reported by a prominent social media reporter in Vancouver.
Former Lululemon CEO now a happy seller… pic.twitter.com/f5TBzrKhGr
— Mortimer (@mortimer_1) January 30, 2024
Daily Hive Urbanized was able to independently verify this claim.
The value of this home pales in monetary terms compared to lululemon founder Chip Wilson’s Point Gray home.
Still, this home is no slouch, with 270-degree panoramic mountain, city, and water views from the master bedroom and rooftop deck.
The lower level has a media room and a wet bar under 9-foot ceilings.
Opinions were divided on the value of this, with some saying it was too much and others saying it was not enough.
It’s so cheap that it will probably cost over $10 million in 10 years.
— Junk Brandon (idiot/nonsense) (@JunkBrandon1) January 30, 2024
Some believed the house belonged to Wilson.
I hope he leaves town.
Be careful not to hit the door when going out
— Strong in brokenness (@MChand13) January 30, 2024
I was honestly surprised that the home of a former CEO of a large company sold for less than the home of a former captain of the Vancouver Canucks.