What are “Saltbox” rowhomes? They are Mosaic’s contemporary interpretation of 16th and 17th century New England and Atlantic Canada architecture. The playful name comes from the table top containers used during that era which – you guessed it – held salt.
Metro’s interpretation of the style includes dramatic corner-wrap and shadow-box window settings, suspended front entry canopies, pitched roofs, rich brick and Hardi-plank exteriors. Sound exciting? Then you’ll love the brick monumentation that defines the perimeter of the project.
Located walking distance from Bonsor Park and Metropolis at Metrotown, this project’s great architecture is complemented by its awesome location. Better yet, the project is steps from Royal Oak SkyTrain Station which puts residents a 20 minute ride from downtown.