The wait is nearly over. Starting at noon on Saturday, January 25th, Bosa Properties will celebrate the grand opening of their highly-anticipated and much-talked about University District project at 13409 104 Avenue in Surrey.

Featuring the world’s first collection of fully transformable homes in a large-scale condo development, University District’s BosaSPACE concept is like three homes in one. How, you ask? It’s all thanks to the project’s many space-saving designs, which include a kitchen storage island that can easily be converted into an eight-person table, and an entertainment area that can be transformed into a home office or extra space for an overnight guest.

Since Bosa Properties first unveiled University District back in November, the BosaSPACE concept has received plenty of attention from a number of major media outlets.

Global News took a look at the home’s smart and functional designs:

The developer says they are not trying to squeeze people into smaller spaces, but into more efficient spaces that feel bigger.

“It’s not about trying to shoehorn someone into something smaller, it’s about giving them an appropriately sized and affordably priced suite that actually lives way better than anything else,” says Daryl Simpson, Senior Vice-President of Bosa Properties

The National Post lauded the project’s vibrant and convenient location:

[University District‘s] location in Surrey’s busy Central City, by University Drive and 104th Avenue, puts it close to restaurants, shops, the Simon Fraser campus, Surrey City Hall and Public Library as well as the SkyTrain station. But if they’re not venturing off the property, residents will be able to enjoy a serene environment, with reflecting ponds, a meditation deck and yoga cabana in a private courtyard; a pet run area; gym; guest suite, business centre and boardroom; private screening room and an owners’ lounge.

And the Georgia Straight focused on how the furnished and transformable homes will save buyers money:

[Bosa Properties‘ senior VP  Daryl Simpson] says Bosa can drive down the price because it’s buying a large volume of furniture from an Italian manufacturer.

“You don’t want to be too full of hubris,” Simpson says, “but we think that architects, designers, and builders who’ve previously had their blinders on to this are going to go, ‘You know what? This is awesome. This works.’ More importantly, consumers will say, ‘I don’t want the same old thing anymore. I want something that changes and shifts, and something that…adapts to my everyday needs as they change.’

Of course, with all the attention University District has received, there’s sure to be a high turnout for this weekend’s sales launch. Our advice to you, dear reader, is to get to the presentation centre early (once again, located at 13409 104 Avenue in Surrey) on January 25th. And don’t worry about being sleepy on a Saturday morning, Bosa Properties has hired a barista to serve up coffee drinks to visitors.

For more information call 604 588 5795 or visit their website here.

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