Cedar Walk

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High-Rise condos & Townhouse inVancouver

5410 Shortcut Road, Vancouver, BC

Cedar Walk evokes a sense of community while paying tribute to the respected West Coast surroundings and timeless classic architectural forms.

Situated next to a park with mature trees and fresh green spaces is Polygon’s Cedar Walk, the first concrete high-rise in a brand-new 21-acre master-planned community known as lelm, a Musqueam word for “home.” Polygon Homes is one of the leading land developers based in Vancouver and has built 32,000 homes throughout Metro Vancouver.

This stunning high-rise condominium and townhouse development, expected to be completed in 2021, represents an excellent investment opportunity in Vancouver. The exteriors of Cedar Walk were designed by the award-winning Vancouver firm Rositch Hemphill Architects to complement the stunning natural environment.

Open spaces, beautiful views, and a welcoming community spirit are all part of daily life at Cedar Walk.

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Cedar Walk is located at 5410 Shortcut Road in Vancouver, BC. The neighbourhood is an ideal place for young professionals, families, and retirees to live because it provides a spectacular and secure setting. It is a seaport city on the British Columbian mainland. Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the world due to its majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, rainforests, and beautiful foliage in all four seasons.

Residents have no trouble accessing a variety of urban amenities within a short drive. Residents have access to a variety of shopping malls, banks, schools, restaurants, and tourist attractions.

train station


The area is well-served by public transportation. Residents of Hensley can take the subway to Yaletown-Roundhouse Station or Burrard, both of which are less than a 25-minute drive away. Commuters can also take the 25-minute drive to the nearest Waterfront Station.

Furthermore, major routes such as Highway 99 and Granville Street are easily accessible.


This neighbourhood has a fantastic academic atmosphere that both students and parents enjoy. There are several excellent primary and secondary schools nearby that provide educational services to children while also providing a fun learning experience for them to cultivate their skills and knowledge.

Access to universities and colleges is also easy and convenient. Postsecondary students can attend the University of British Columbia or St. John’s College, which are both less than a nine-minute drive away.

University of British Columbia
Golf Course


Residents at Cedar Walk can enjoy open spaces, beautiful views, and a welcoming community with a variety of outdoor activities to keep them entertained. Because of its location, it is close to several beaches, including Spanish Banks Beach Park and Locarno Beach. Golfers appreciate the area’s best courses, such as University Golf Club and McCleery Golf Course.

Shopping necessities? This thriving neighbourhood has folks covered. The Jericho Village Shopping Center, which is only an 8-minute drive away, is convenient for locals. It’s a charming little plaza surrounded by shops, restaurants, and bakeries. They have a No Frills, an A&W, a Breka, and several other stores, as well as plenty of parking for their customers. Groceries, entertainment, fitness, and other amenities are available.

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Cedar Walk is a Polygon Homes condo and townhouse development in Vancouver, BC. The 18-story structure houses 140 units, with suite sizes ranging from 827 to 2,184 square feet. The floorplans range from one to four bedrooms.

Cedar Walk provides an unrivalled blend of nature, heritage, and modern living. Cedar Walk’s exteriors, designed by award-winning Vancouver firm Rositch Hemphill Architects, blend in with the surrounding natural beauty. It evokes a sense of community while honouring the revered West Coast surroundings and timeless classic architectural forms. Inside, air-conditioned interiors with designer details celebrate gracious living, and large windows highlight the parks’ layered vistas.

Cedar Walk exterior
Cedar Walk interior

This lovely home’s features and finishes include sleek engineered stone countertops with a modern waterfall edge, which are complemented by a full-height marble tile backsplash. A premium stainless steel appliance package that is beautifully integrated into kitchen cabinetry is also included, as is an oasis in the master ensuite bathroom with imported marble floor tiles and floating cabinets. Residents can enjoy a thermostatic shower system in the European style, complete with marble wall tiles, a rain shower head, a built-in niche for toiletries, and integrated bench seating.

Several thoughtful conveniences have been added for security and peace of mind so that residents can feel safe while living their best lives. The main entry points, parkade entries, lobbies, and other key locations at Cedar Walk are all protected by security proximity readers. Two elevators allow residents to access the upper floors. All ground-level homes have a security system and an underground parking garage with emergency alert buttons.

Polygon Homes


Since 1980, they’ve been doing it right. The Polygon family of companies has constructed over 32,000 homes in Metro Vancouver. Trustworthy, compassionate, and forward-thinking. These characteristics have helped Polygon become one of Vancouver’s leading homebuilders. They’ve built everything from complete master-planned communities to luxury high-rise towers in vibrant urban centres in that time. With decades of experience, they design homes that homeowners can buy with confidence and peace of mind at any stage of their lives and in any municipality across the Lower Mainland.
They believe that a solid foundation is required for a building to stand securely. The Polygon family of companies is built on four core values that guide how they do business: genuine care, trust, environmental responsibility, and foresight. They understand that to build trust, they must recognize and meet the needs of new home buyers, as well as expect the needs of the communities in which they live. They do this by building high-quality homes and providing exceptional service from the start of construction to the first walk-through and beyond.
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