Mukai - 3900 Moncton Street, Richmond, BC V7E 1T6, Strata Plan No. BCP36186, 2 levels, 9 UNITS, built 2011 - located at the corner of Moncton and No. 1 Road in Richmond. Developed by Eclissi Developments Ltd., Mukai is a boutique collection of 9 riverfront condos tucked on top of gourmet grocers and retail stores. Featuring unique architecture with contemporary lines, high quality materials and innovative green design, Mukai will be a prominent addition to this idyllic Steveston Village neighborhood of Richmond and is conveniently near Richmond's mecca of shops and services.
These one bedroom, two bed and two plus den floor plans feature engineered hardwood flooring, wood windows, engineered tile floors, Grohe faucets, a high-end appliance package, tile backsplash, quartz countertops, spa inspired bathrooms, in suite laundry and balconies.
Mukai is close to large Stevenson Park, Blundell Park, Safeway, famous waterfront restaurants, and the great outdoors with its abundance of trails for biking, walking and the picturesque boardwalk and Steveston waterfront right at your doorstep. Robert Alexander McMath Secondary and Lord Byng Elementary are around the corner. Live at the Mukai condos and relax by the water. Play in the local parks or celebrate during the fun and exciting Salmon Festival. Rentals allowed, 1 cat or 1 dog allowed.
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