Foster - 557 Clarke Road, Coquitlam, BC, 4 levels, 54 units, estimated completion in winter 2012, crossing roads: Como Lake and Clarke Road. Welcome to Foster - MOSAIC's Georgian-inspired apartment homes in west Coquitlam's Cottonwood Park neighborhood. The distinguished 1, 2- & 3-bedroom homes are inspired by the classic charm of Georgian-style row houses. The striking architecture impresses with the lasting appeal of traditional red brick exteriors and black metalwork windows. Two beautifully landscaped courtyards and gardens provide a reprieve from the pace of the city.
Contemporary interior design boasts 9' ceilings, oversized windows, loop piled carpets, engineered laminate wood floors, glass tile backsplashes, Whirlpool stainless steel appliances, Whirlpool front-loading washer and dryer, pendant light fixtures, and the spa inspired bathrooms with Toto toilets, porcelain tile floors and walls, deep soaker tub, Grohe faucets and fixtures.
The MOSAIC Foster condos are located just across from Cottonwood Park, just one block away from the planned Evergreen Skytrain Line and minutes to both Lougheed Mall and to the SFU Campus. Also Foster is close to IKEA, Coquitlam Centre, Vancouver Golf Club, Shes Fit Centre, Steve Nash Fitness World, the Cameron Recreation Complex, Regional Park, Como Lake and major transit routes such as Bus 151 and 097 and Lougheed Town Centre Station. The schools surrounding FOSTER condos include Rob Stibbs Elementary, Banting Middle School, Port Moody Secondary and Coquitlam College.
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BCREA Housing Market Update (November 2018)
Homes sales across the province down 26% compared to last year. Listings were up for the 4th consecutive month.
REBGV Housing Market Update For September 2018
Home sales in September are down by 44% compared to last year. There were 5,279 new listings in September.
BCREA Housing Market Update (October 2018)
BC home sales are down 33% compared to September last year. Listings in September were up 24% compared to last year.
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