Designed by local architecture firm NSDA Architects, two final towers will complete the quartet of residences in Miramar Village's White Rock Town Centre project. This final phase consists of 229 new luxury residential homes, amenities, public and retail space. When completed in Fall 2020, the overall project will consist of four high-rise towers and a 50,000 square foot retail village. The distinct exterior configuration was carefully designed to create a large public space at the centre of the development, leading way for future community events and engagement.
Penthouse 2A home without compromise and almost 5,000 SF of indoor and outdoor space. Our Penthouse home includes an imported Italian kitchen with large island and stone countertops and premium Gaggenau appliances. It has a private in-suite elevator that takes you to a rooftop terrace with stunning ocean views. PH Information
Plan D7Miramar's inspired living spaces are every bit as relaxing as a single-family home. Modern, spacious interiors are bright, with living areas purposefully oriented to enjoy the quiet calm of the courtyard. At just under 1,000 SF, this 2-bed and 2-bath home is the perfect seaside retreat. D7 Information
With an enviable location in one of the West Coast’s most popular seaside communities, Miramar Village is a special blend of idyllic qualities. Well loved for its long, sandy beach, historic pier, vibrant waterfront of shops, and restaurants; and slopes that rise up to offer fantastic ocean views – White Rock is one of Canada’s most appealing destinations. At Miramar Village, all the features that make this coastal town so desirable converge.
Miramar Village’s elegant towers are thoughtfully designed to maximize the sunrise, sunset, and ocean views that their position atop the Semiahmoo Peninsula affords.
Entertain family and friends in inspired living spaces that are every bit as relaxing as a single-family home. Modern, spacious interiors are bright, with living areas purposefully oriented to sunrise and sunset views. Natural materials such as engineered hardwood flooring and stone countertops provide a warmth that complements the view outside.