World's first fully transformable condo tower debuts in Vancouver

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VANCOUVER, Nov. 13, 2013 /CNW/ - The world's first fully transformable homes built in a large-scale condo development debut today in Metro Vancouver, Canada.

"Bosa Properties has created an entirely new form of housing. We call it BosaSPACE, and we're excited about the way it revolutionizes condominium living," says Colin Bosa, CEO of Bosa Properties. "We're proud of the fact that we are a catalyst for this change and as a Canadian developer have found a way to deliver a world-first, right here in Metro Vancouver."

BosaSPACE will be built in Bosa Properties' new University District tower in Surrey's Central City. Bosa's design team has spent 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 with never-before-seen livability.

In a BosaSPACE home, the kitchen storage island can easily convert to an eight-person dining table, while the TV/entertainment area can transform into a home office, or a space for an overnight guest. Bedrooms turn into living rooms, and vice versa. There's even a storage space for stacking dining room chairs so they can be tucked out of sight.

These features are included in the price of a University District home.

"Often, the true livability of an affordably-priced condo suffers as spaces get smaller and smaller," says Vancouver housing analyst Michael Ferreira of Urban Analytics. "BosaSPACE is the first real solution we've seen and I expect that it will change the way planners, architects, designers and developers approach condominium design from here on. It's groundbreaking."

University District, the tower in which BosaSPACE will call home, is located steps to Central City's Simon Fraser University campus, new Surrey City Hall and Public Library as well as Skytrain, and opens its show homes Nov. 14 at University Drive and 104 Avenue.

To see the transformable features of BosaSPACE, watch this video. For more information, visit http://ud.bosaproperties.com

ABOUT BOSA PROPERTIES 

The Bosa family has been constructing homes for Canadians for over 50 years as one of Canada's only wholly integrated development firms that designs, constructs and stands behind each and every home they build.

Video with caption: "A rendering of a BosaSPACE home's transformable features, including a kitchen island that transforms into a dining room table, a floating entertainment unit that reveals a hidden guest bed, and a bed that transforms into a love seat. PHOTO CREDIT: Bosa Properties". Video available at: http://stream1.newswire.ca/cgi-bin/playback.cgi?file=20131113_C7135_VIDEO_EN_33341.mp4&posterurl=http://photos.newswire.ca/images/20131113_C7135_PHOTO_EN_33341.jpg&clientName=Bosa%20Properties&caption=A%20rendering%20of%20a%20BosaSPACE%20home%27s%20transformable%20features%2C%20including%20a%20kitchen%20island%20that%20transforms%20into%20a%20dining%20room%20table%2C%20a%20floating%20entertainment%20unit%20that%20reveals%20a%20hidden%20guest%20bed%2C%20and%20a%20bed%20that%20transforms%20into%20a%20love%20seat%2E%20PHOTO%20CREDIT%3A%20Bosa%20Properties&title=BOSA%20PROPERTIES%20%2D%20World%27s%20first%20fully%20transformable%20condo%20tower%20debuts%20in%20Vancouver&headline=World%27s%20first%20fully%20transformable%20condo%20tower%20debuts%20in%20Vancouver

Image with caption: "An artistic rendering of a BosaSPACE home's transformable features, including a bed that transforms into a love seat for additional seating. The sliding wall can also be transformed to provide privacy between the bedroom and living room. PHOTO CREDIT: Bosa Properties (CNW Group/Bosa Properties)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131113_C7135_PHOTO_EN_33336.jpg

Image with caption: "An artistic rendering of a BosaSPACE home's transformable features, including a kitchen island that transforms into a work space or a dining room table for eight people and a floating entertainment unit that reveals a hidden guest bed or additional living room seating. PHOTO CREDIT: Bosa Properties (CNW Group/Bosa Properties)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131113_C7135_PHOTO_EN_33337.jpg

Image with caption: "An artistic rendering of a BosaSPACE home's transformable features, including a kitchen island that transforms into a work space or a dining room table for eight people. PHOTO CREDIT: Bosa Properties (CNW Group/Bosa Properties)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131113_C7135_PHOTO_EN_33338.jpg

Image with caption: "An artistic rendering of a BosaSPACE home's transformable features, including a floating entertainment unit that reveals a hidden guest bed or additional seating, and a bed that transforms into a love seat for additional living room seating. The sliding wall separating the bedroom and living room can also be transformed to double the living space. PHOTO CREDIT: Bosa Properties (CNW Group/Bosa Properties)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131113_C7135_PHOTO_EN_33339.jpg

Image with caption: "An artistic rendering of a BosaSPACE home's transformable features, including a kitchen island that transforms into a work space or a dining room table for eight people. PHOTO CREDIT: Bosa Properties (CNW Group/Bosa Properties)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131113_C7135_PHOTO_EN_33340.jpg

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