Mosaic break ground on 132 Granton Harbour homes
December 1 2017
Offering a range of long-term rental properties for Link Housing Association the development plugs into a wider waterfront masterplan offering 100% undercroft residents parking with ground floor flats benefitting from their own front gardens and private entrances. Upper level homes each having their own balcony.
Mosaic director Neil Haining commented: “The design of the elevations and the use of materials helps to create a development which identifies with the waterfront location in Edinburgh and creates local identity and good place.
“The building massing, form and fenestration has undergone various developments in the dialogue with the local planning authority. Additionally, articulation, skyline, materials, internal planning, tenure mix, amenity space, street interaction, urban design and public realm have all created a rich mix of elements which will create a real sense of place for this development.”
Completing in 2019 the project will be framed by streets, canals and open spaces with a mix of one to three-bedroom apartments, penthouses and duplexes.
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