Ross’s Comments – What you Need to Know about Mosaic
Only 6 units per floor, with either a 2 or 3 bedroom configuration, and ranging in size from 1354 sq ft up to 2005 sq ft, featuring private elevator entrances and flow through with both ocean and city views.
There are four, 3 story townhomes that have direct ocean views and beach access.
All of the units have open kitchens integrated with the living space, plus deep terraces, which are more expansive in the “01” and “06” lines.
Units furthest east in the building, namely lines “05” and end unit “06”, have the best views of the ocean.
Each unit owner has an assigned storage unit and wine locker for their own use.
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UNIT SIZES 1,354 – 2,749 sq. ft (126 -255 m²)
UNIT TYPES 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms
# OF UNITS 86
# OF FLOORS 21
# OF PARKING LEVELS 3
DEVELOPER WCI Communities
PET POLICY Limited to 2 small dogs or cats, other restrictions apply.
24-hour concierge, valet & security
Each unit has a private elevator entrance
State-of-the-art media room and theater
Large outdoor terrance designed to accommodate 60 people
Original artwork displayed throughout common areas
Fitness facilities & individual saunas for men & women
Social and club rooms with kitchen, billiards and ping pong tables
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