MOSAIC development going up at Bayswater and West Broadway


We posted on the closure of Tomato Fresh Cafe in June 2011. Since then, the neighbouring men’s clothing retailer Mark James has also closed, and developer MOSAIC is putting up condos. The MOSAIC Bayswater development at at the corner of Bayswater and West Broadway consists of 31 apartments in a 4-storey building with commercial units on the ground floor.

According to the developer, they’ve worked to make homes “liveable” with room for full-sized couches in the living rooms and queen-sized beds in the bedrooms. Many of the condos have integrated workspaces, acknowledging how many people now work from home.

Occupancy is set for winter 2013/spring 2014 with sales starting in mid-June. More than 1,000 people have already requested more information. More photos are available from The Sun here.

Project Name: Bayswater
Project Address: 2468 Bayswater (and W. Broadway), Vancouver
Project size: 31 apartments in a 4-storey building, commercial units on the ground floor
Residence size: 1 bed 580 – 735 sq. ft; 2 bed 965 — 1,070 sq. ft; 3 bed 990 sq. ft
Prices: 1 bed from low $400,000s; 2 bed from high $600,000s; 3 bed from high $700,000s
Developer: MOSAIC
Architect: SHIFT Architecture
Interior Design: Jen Eden, Occupy Design
Sales centre address: 2468 Bayswater (and W. Broadway)

Last modified: June 11, 2012

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