Yesterday BosaSPACE, the world’s first fully transformable homes built in a large-scale condo development, launched in Surrey’s City Centre. Designed by Bosa Properties, the BosaSPACE concept will be seen in the University District tower at University Drive and 104th Avenue.
Bosa Properties’ design team has spent over a year and a half working to turn this concept into reality. These are homes that live larger, but cost the same. BosaSPACE homes were carefully designed to offer competitive affordability, but with never-before-seen livability.
In a BosaSPACE home, the kitchen storage island can easily convert to an eight-person dining room table, while the TV/entertainment area can quickly transform into a home office, or a space to accommodate an overnight guest. Bedrooms turn into living rooms, and vice versa. There’s even a convenient storage space for stacking dining room chairs so they can be tucked out of sight when not in use. Remarkably, these adaptable home features are all included in the price of a University District home.
Having grown up in the area I’m excited to see the transformation taking place that includes the brand new Surrey City Hall, the beautifully-designed City Centre Library, and all of the festivities that take place at Central City like the upcoming Tree Lighting Festival.
To celebrate the launch of BosaSPACE, Bosa Properties has offered up a locally-themed prize pack for one lucky Miss604 reader. This includes a $100 gift card for Central City Brewing and a $200 gift card for Aritzia which has opened in Guilford Town Centre. Here’s how you can enter to win this prize pack valued at $300!
- Leave a comment listing what you would do with more condo living space (1 entry)
- Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
Update The winner is Katie!