Modern Georgian architecture with modern interiors is arriving in West Coquitlam with MOSAIC’s EMERSON, already under construction on Como Lake Avenue near North Road.
“EMERSON will be a block from the coming Evergreen Line,” says MOSAIC’s Geoff Duyker. “In the near future, this whole area will look totally different. The halo of the Evergreen Line combined with some exciting mixed-used projects will bring new high-street retail and breathe vibrant life into everything.”
While the convenient transit orientation of Evergreen Heights has huge appeal to shoppers, the neighbourhood has other amenities to offer.
“EMERSON is close to Simon Fraser University’s Burnaby Mountain campus,” says Duyker. “This has brought both first-time buyers and parents investing for their children.”
Shops and restaurants are minutes away in either direction at Lougheed Town Centre, Newport Village or Little Korea on North Road. Plus, you’ll also find the big box convenience of United Boulevard a few minutes away.
Recreation and leisure activities are available at the parks in the area, as well as fishing at Como Lake, golfing at the Vancouver Golf Club or a workout at Steve Nash Fitness World – all nearby.
EMERSON will hold 63 apartment residences in a variety of one- and two-bedroom floorplans ranging from 589 to over 700 square feet.
“Already 70 per cent sold, homebuyers are recognizing EMERSON’s phenomenal value relative to other options on the market,” says Duyker.
Inspired by Georgian architecture, EMERSON will have plenty of red brick and black metal work, mullioned windows and layers of landscaping. Buyers with a green thumb will find plots for herbs and vegetables, but you don’t need to be a nature lover to enjoy the garden greenscape with trellises and benches perfect for a picnic or summer reading.
Inside, the nine-foot ceilings (10 feet on the penthouse level) heighten the sense of space to the home, complemented by large windows that let the light pour in, whatever the weather. The main living areas feature laminate wood flooring throughout, with an elegant tile threshold with granite inset in the entry – a MOSAIC signature.
The beauty continues in the kitchen, with its polished composite quartz countertop and two-tone flat-panel cabinetry. The stainless-steel appliances and glass tile backsplash are lit by under-cabinet task lighting, while the open shelving and under-cabinet spice ledge, all designed by MOSAIC, are masterstrokes of convenience and contemporary style.
Moving into the bathrooms, you will find porcelain tile flooring and polished composite quartz countertops, complemented by the polished chrome and white glass pendant light fixtures. The deep soaker tub is perfect for a soak, while the wood-framed niche with inset glass shelves beside the vanity in the ensuite is a special touch that demonstrates the design-driven details in a MOSAIC home.
“MOSAIC is passionate about great design,” says Duyker. “We build better homes.”
Homes at EMERSON start in the low $200,000s. For more information, visit mosaichomes.com/emerson, call 604-936-9300 or check out the Home Store and model home at 608 Como Lake Avenue, West Coquitlam.