Polygon's Canyon Springs is taking advantage of the natural beauty in North Vancouver.

Natural beauty and gorgeous homes at Canyon Springs

Polygon brings Canyon Springs to North Vancouver, a new collection of apartment residences.



The Lower Mainland is famous for its outdoor lifestyle and variety of recreational activities. Most residents think of the North Shore when they want to get outside. Now, Polygon is bringing outdoor living and gorgeous homes together with Canyon Springs, its new collection of apartment residences in North Vancouver.

“There are no other comparable new communities in Lynn Valley,” says sales manager Laura Cavanagh. “It’s been popular with local buyers especially since we are currently offering buyers a special financing package.” Available until Oct. 14 only, Polygon is offering five-year, 2.95 per cent financing as part of their pre-construction sales program. “This is a great opportunity to secure a home before we close our doors on Oct. 14,” says Cavanagh.

The curb appeal is readily apparent at Canyon Springs, with its contemporary West Coast architecture that fits perfectly with the surrounding natural beauty of the neighbourhood.

The one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment residences are spacious and inviting, ranging from about 630 to 1,100 square feet.

“These are really efficient floorplans,” Cavanagh says. “There’s no wasted space at all.”

Elegant laminate flooring throughout (with plush carpeting in the bedrooms) sets a modern tone for your new space, complemented by the nine-foot ceilings in the living and dining rooms. Buyers can choose between two colour schemes, Dark and White.

The kitchens are particularly beautiful, with stainless-steel appliances and premium rift-cut, flat-panel cabinetry in oak or glossy white. The cabinets are complemented by engineered stone countertops, a handset tile backsplash and contemporary halogen track and under-cabinet lighting.

The bathrooms are relaxing and luxurious, with imported porcelain tile flooring, flat-panel laminate cabinetry and a modern tub with a ceramic tile tub and shower surround. Your morning routine will be easy with the modern vanity mirror and lighting. The ensuite also includes engineered stone countertops and Grohe polished chrome tub and shower faucets that lend a touch of elegance to the space.

The outdoors is all around you at Canyon Springs, and residents will easily be able to take advantage of this on their large deck or patio. Most ground-level homes will even have a private yard.

Homeowners at Canyon Springs will have access to a fully equipped fitness studio overlooking an outdoor terrace, an on-site resident manager, a dog wash station and bike cleaning area and a spacious lounge with a fireplace. The landmark corner will also showcase a dramatic water feature and cast bronze art piece designed by local artist Marie Khouri.

Venturing off the property, you’ll find shopping, dining and schools all nearby, as well as the North Shore mountains and easy transit or car access to downtown Vancouver and the rest of the Lower Mainland. The close-knit community of Lynn Valley is like very few others in Metro Vancouver, where everyone from shoppers to yogis and freeriders to dog walkers enjoys an ideal balance between wild spaces and urban convenience.

Homes at Canyon Springs start at $359,900. For more information on the homes or the special financing package, visit www.polyhomes.com, call 604-973-0298 or drop by the presentation centre at 2517 Mountain Highway, open daily except Fridays between noon and 6 p.m.

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