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Fraser by Mosaic

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Fraser, built by award winning Mosaic Homes, will be a phased development consisting of 131 homes – ranging from studios to 4-bedroom town homes. 32 townhomes can be found in 3 wood frame buildings, 15 garden homes will be located in a 4th building and 84 homes will be located in a 5-story wood frame building. Fraser will be Mosaic’s second development in Simon Fraser University, UniverCity, their first being Nest located on University High Street.

Lush garden/courtyard spaces will separate the apartments from the town homes which will be adjacent to SFU’s planned community park. Interior designs were inspired by contemporary shaker-kitchens and Scandinavia design. Oversized windows will be used through the homes to allow for an abundance of natural light. Features will include herringbone pattern floor, contemporary baseboard and doorway to blend modern form and traditional proportions, recessed LED pot lights, under cabinet LED lighting, stainless steel quality brand appliances, deep soaker tubs, high efficiency toilets and faucets, and much more.

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