Chamber celebrates ribbon cutting of Mirror Lake Highland

Project is the result of the city’s design competition to showcase its new Cottage Housing Ordinance.

The Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce joined developer The Nexus Studio for a ribbon cutting ceremony on Dec. 7 at Mirror Lake Highland, the city of Federal Way’s demonstration project for Cottage Housing.

The project is located at 604 SW 312 St., Federal Way.

Mirror Lake Highland, the 16-home pocket neighborhood, is the result of a design competition sponsored by the city to showcase its new Cottage Housing Ordinance. It is also Federal Way’s first residential plat to be totally dedicated to Low Impact Development (LID) sustainable design techniques.

This breakthrough design, by The Nexus Studio, provides a smaller home option, with master bedroom on the main floor, in a pocket neighborhood that promote security and community.

See www.mirrorlakehighland.com for more information or call 253-709-8747.

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