Lynn Creek is one of the hot growth areas on the North Shore and is quickly emerging as one of the District's new town centres — a revitalization of the Lower Lynn community, destined to become one of the most desired places to live, work, shop and play in North Vancouver.
Part of the attraction of living on the North Shore is connecting to a local village within the District itself, an opportunity to carve out a unique living experience for you and your family.
Apex, the newest condominium tower by Denna Homes, is your answer to do just that. Designed with a strong sense of community, Apex rises 32 storeys within the award-winning master-planned Seylynn Village — the pinnacle tower and final of three — with unrivalled views of the North Shore, downtown Vancouver and Burrard Inlet.
Its modern architecture with an identifiable curved facade makes an iconic impression on the city skyline, a fresh and distinctive design to create an inspiration in luxury living, inside and out.
Curated by DA Architects + Planners, the amenity-rich tower is a collection of 276 residences; however, coupled with the current buzz about the community's growth and homebuyers' eagerness to be part of a premium quality condo lifestyle—only 23 homes remain available.
Community poised for an exciting transformation
"The neighbourhood revitalization is going to add a lot of new services, amenities and improvements, and we're really excited about it," says Dan Thomson, vice president of sales & marketing for Denna Homes.
"Homebuyers at Apex are the early adopters to the community. They've already bought into the values of this neighbourhood, from transportation and parks, to trail access for hiking, biking and dog walking, and much more, not to mention the upcoming grocery store, which will be a real game changer for the community."
Endless recreation is a stone's throw, like skiing Grouse or Mt. Seymour, kayaking or
paddleboarding at Cates Park, multi-level trails for hiking and biking, and plenty of walking paths, like the pedestrian-only greenway, which will run from Hunter Street to Oxford Street, a convenient connection to Phibbs Exchange.
Green space is easily accessible, especially from the new Spirit Trail bridge crossing over Lynn Creek, which connects Seylynn Park, just outside your door, to Bridgman Park and Park and Tilford, mere blocks away.
Expect the town centre core to be a visually interesting mixed-use area, with attractive landscaping, and at its heart, a commercial high street. The streetscape will be vibrant and eclectic, with public art, bikeways and bike racks, sitting and gathering spaces, parks, plazas and courtyards.
Convenience and connection, transportation upgrades
Lynn Creek has its own transportation plan that fits seamlessly into the master transportation plan for the entire municipality. The District of North Vancouver states that they "support a safe and integrated transportation network that includes all types of transportation, emphasizing pedestrian and cyclist options, promoting frequent transit service, with transit upgrades and addressing highway interchange improvements."
From Apex, you'll have direct access to Second Narrows Bridge and Highway 1, and you're an easy five-minute walk to Phibbs Exchange (completion expected mid-2024). According to TransLink, it will provide more capacity for growing demand, and improved passenger amenities, connecting transit services on the North Shore and throughout the region.
"Transit is something we're really excited about," says Thomson. "Whether it's a rapid bus line across the North Shore to Metrotown, or SkyTrain connecting to Phibbs, we don't know yet, we just know something's coming that will change access on and off the North Shore."
The Presentation Centre is open from noon to 5:00 p.m. daily (except Fridays) at 1560 Hunter Street, North Vancouver.
For more information, visit apexatseylynn.ca.