CAMBRIA Dusk Rendering Final

On May 24th, on one of the highest points in Vancouver, homes at CAMBRIA by MOSAIC — a two-building project situated at Cambie Street and 50th Avenue — will be available.

This sought-after location along the Cambie Corridor means the six-storey CAMBRIA buildings will boast sweeping views of Mount Baker, the North Shore mountains and Straight of Georgia. The project is kitty-corner from the Langara–49th Avenue Canada Line station, offering swift transportation to downtown Vancouver and YVR in just minutes. Within walking distance of Oakridge Centre, the area is teeming with shops, services, restaurants, parks, pedestrian paths and bike lanes.

CAMBRIA‘s striking brick exterior was designed by Ramsay Worden Architects while Insight Design Group crafted the interiors. Inside, the homes are highlighted by generous outdoor living spaces, nine-foot ceilings, radiant in-floor heating, kitchen islands or peninsulas with plenty of cabinet and counter space, wall-mounted and integrated appliances, polished quartz countertops, deep soaker tubs, and much, much more.

Cambria interiors

If you’re looking for onsite amenities, CAMBRIA has those in spades too, including landscaped terraces; a courtyard with residents’ garden plots; communal lounge with a kitchenette, harvest table and entertainment area; and a bike maintenance and storage area.

CAMBRIA is comprised of one-, two- and three-bedroom plans, most of which include either a den and/or a flex space or storage area. One-bedroom homes are priced from $339,900 and two-bedroom homes start from $559,900.

Sounds good, right? Interested buyers will want to clear their schedule this weekend as CAMBRIA will be celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, May 24th, at 5710 Cambie Street (at 41st Avenue) in Vancouver. The event starts at noon sharp. Attendees will get a chance to tour the sales centre and show home, chat with the sales team, and best of all, potentially walk away with a new home.

For more information call 604 325 2216 or visit CAMBRIA‘s website here.

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