Boffo set to launch Adagio’s second building

With sophistication and stunning details, Boffo Developments' Adagio hits a high note.

With sophistication and stunning details, Boffo Developments’ Adagio hits a high note. Now, Boffo will celebrate the public opening of the second building on Saturday Sept. 27.

With a variety of large floorplans and amazing features, there are plenty of things that set the project apart, including a community courtyard with trees, paths and garden plots.

The one and den, two- and three-bedroom homes are spacious and inviting, with nine-foot ceilings (12 feet on the top floor), expansive windows and large terraces and patios.

Boffo is known for high-quality work, but the kitchen is particularly spectacular. The natural granite or quartz slab countertops are matched with a complementary backsplash, the under-cabinet and recessed lighting easily illuminates your tasks, and the stainless-steel KitchenAid Architect Series II appliances and 40-inch upper cabinets are perfectly situated. Large kitchen islands feature a wine chiller and tons of space for food preparation or casual dining.

The bathrooms are luxurious and soothing, with either an oversize shower with frameless glass enclosure or an oversize soaker tub/shower combination. The bathrooms include built-in niches and a radiant heated porcelain floor to make you feel like you’re entering a spa, a feeling magnified by the custom suspended under-lit vanities with thoughtful drawer cabinetry and stone countertops.

On-site, homeowners will find a residents lounge with chef’s catering kitchen, double-sided fireplace, televisions and pool tables. There is also a fully equipped fitness centre with a steam room.

Residents will find everything they can possibly imagine on their front doorstep. From dining to shopping at nearby Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, Morgan Crossing or Grandview Corners, nothing is out of reach. Leisure and recreation is also close by, with several parks, pools, arenas and clubs in the neighbourhood, as well as White Rock beach.

For more information, visit AdagioByBoffo.ca, call 604-531-6659 or stop by the presentation centre at 101-15360 20th Avenue, South Surrey, open daily except Friday between noon and 5 p.m.

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