You’ve probably heard how the design of Meccanica by Cressey was inspired by an automotive workshop that built replica Porsche roadsters on the Southeast False Creek site. But did you know the sports car-inspired detailing will be on display in the home’s interiors as well as on the building’s facade?
If you’ve seen Meccanica by Cressey’s presentation centre, you’ve seen the perfect example of this: the Roadster Model B floorplan. But perhaps the project’s best kept secret is the Speedster Model K — a layout for buyers who love the Roadster but don’t want to be on the ground-floor.
Highlights of this south-facing home include a generous set-back from the neighbours, which allows residents to enjoy the peace and quiet of a balcony that overlooks a landscaped mews.
The spacious kitchen in Meccanica by Cressey’s Speedster Model K plan provides plenty of circulation, so residents and guests can all cook together, without it feeling like a competitive sport.
The Speedster plan also boasts a generous front entry closet and storage room, a bathroom that’s located away from the living and dining areas for added privacy, and a separated work space that encourages focus.
To find out more about the Speedster Model K plan, or any Meccanica by Cressey layout, visit the sales centre at 104 East 1st Avenue in Vancouver, open daily except Fridays from 12pm to 5pm.
Also worth noting: Meccanica by Cressey took home three Georgie Awards over the weekend, including Best Project Specific Website, which is another great resource for finding out more information on the highly-anticipated project.
For more information call 604 876 8819, email email@example.com or visit their award-winning website here.