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Take Living in a New Direction with Compass at Seylynn Village

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REW.ca
March 31, 2017






Compass building

The reinvention of North Vancouver’s Lynn Creek neighbourhood is boldly taking shape, to the delight of both the District of North Vancouver and residents alike. At the heart of this extensive renaissance is Seylynn Village. Denna Homes is the first developer to be part of this vibrant, pedestrian-friendly re-development of this area – making the well-respected developer a pioneer in what is truly the newest revitalization of this scale in Lynn Creek.

Nestled next to the North Shore Mountains and the Spirit Trail system, this massive undertaking is one of which the District of North Vancouver hasn’t experienced in more than four decades. Already on its way to becoming a world class premier master planned community, Denna Homes unveiled the second of its three towers – Compass, a 28-storey concrete and glass tower with a café/bistro on the main floor, with outdoor seating and waterfall feature to encourage a sense of community.

Compass living room

“What makes this community so unique is that Seylynn isn’t a mixed-use community, which means it isn’t going to be a transient neighbourhood. That fact has been very appealing to those who have already purchased here (80 per cent of the homes are sold),” says Tammy Vogan, director of sales for Seylynn Village.

The eye-catching tower features 243 residences, with the balance of the residences ranging from 766 to 1,520 square feet. “We still have a great selection of two- and three-bedroom-plus-den homes available and one sub-penthouse,” she adds.

Inside, the surrounding elements of nature blur the line between interior and outdoor. Each home features everything you would expect from a high quality new home, as well as gas cooktops, gas hookups on the balconies, floor-to-ceiling triple-glaze windows and individually controlled geo-thermal heating and cooling systems – providing touches to enhance comfort. There are endless views of the North Shore Mountains to Burrard Inlet to downtown Vancouver from each home,” she notes.

compass dining room

Homeowners will also have access to their own private world-class amenities centre, The Denna Club – a 14,000-square-foot resort-style clubhouse comprising of a fully equipped fitness centre with yoga and dance rooms, 25-metre infinite lap pool, steam room, hot tub, sauna and residents lounge. There will also be a licensed daycare centre on site.

The North Shore has everything the outdoor enthusiast could want and more, including three ski mountains – Grouse, Cypress and Seymour – boating, kayaking, and canoeing on Indian Arm near Deep Cove, walking over the Lynn Canyon and Capilano Suspension bridges, fishing, golfing, mountain biking – it’s all here.

Compass bathroom

“Right across the street from Compass is dog-friendly Bridgman Park, where there are kilometers of forested trials for pets to run and play,” adds Vogan.

Besides its world-class recreational amenities and its numerous oceanside parks, urbanites can enjoy great dining, eclectic shopping districts, theatre, and many cultural events and festivals, and yet you are only 12 minutes from downtown Vancouver.

Compass kitchen

Compass is arguably at the heart of one of the most exciting revitalization projects ever seen in North Vancouver in decades. At Seylynn Village, this is truly what a live/work/play lifestyle is all about.

Completion for Compass is slated for summer 2018. The Seylynn presentation centre and display home, located at 600 Mountain Hwy., North Vancouver is open daily from noon to 5pm. The starting price for the remaining homes starts at $733,900.

For more information, call 604-980-5000, e-mail info@seylynn.ca or visit www.seylynn.ca. To discover more about the District of North Vancouver’s community plans for Lynn Creek, visit www.dnv.org/property-and-development/lynn-creek-town-centre


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