VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Oct. 1, 2013) - As a part of the half-billion dollar investment in Port Coquitlam's masterplanned Fremont neighbourhood, the next phase of 75 accessibly priced Saltbox Rowhomes was announced today. Following the unprecedented sales interest in FREMONT BLUE by MOSAIC, which was met earlier this spring to a line up of buyers camped out overnight - the second phase rowhomes are now on sale.

Additionally, the neighbourhood's 3-acre riverfront Dominion Park, now also open to the public, forms a central part of the masterplan for the neighbourhood. The Park is just one aspect of the infrastructure that is being added to the area. New roads, designated cycle lanes, a park reserve and access to 25km of riverside trails will connect the neighbourhood and offer residents the opportunity to live, work and play in a single neighbourhood.

Since its beginnings, the neighbourhood has received the support of Port Coquitlam's Mayor. According to Mayor Moore, "The addition of Dominion Park is yet another tangible element of the transformation of this area, and the Fremont masterplan coming to life. Based on the positive response to FREMONT BLUE it is clear that our community values accessibly priced, quality homes that allow them to live work and play in Port Coquitlam."

MOSAIC's Geoff Duyker adds, "We are really pleased to be able to celebrate the success of the first phase of FREMONT BLUE alongside the public opening of Dominion Park. The Park is one of the another tangible element to this masterplan, adding to the retail of Fremont Village, the business park by Conwest, and the residential homes by MOSAIC."

Located in the bough of Pitt River and Lougheed, FREMONT BLUE in Port Coquitlam is the first property within the masterplanned FREMONT Riverfront District which will have over 650 homes once complete.

For more information on the second phase of homes at FREMONT BLUE, visit the Home Store, open daily from 12-6pm at 2332 Ranger Lane, Fremont, Port Coquitlam, or visit


From deliberating every detail and making the most of every inch, to creating beautiful street appeal, MOSAIC's obsession with design is evident in each home it builds. In the Tri-Cities alone, MOSAIC has built over 1,200 homes. MOSAIC adds value through great design - value that endures for years after someone has moved in.

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