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Mid Rise Condo and Townhouse at North Vancouver
Seymour Estates is a planned development in the District of North Vancouver, located at 904-944 Lytton Street. Constructed in 1969, the bulk of the 114 townhouse owners chose to sell the dilapidated structures in January 2017. The site has been completely demolished. Subject to Council approval, the planned project includes a Rent to Own program, family-oriented housing, market and below-market rental units, major transit enhancements, and a neighborhood coffee shop.
TANU Condos is located 21 Park Street East in Mississauga. A picturesque neighbourhood, Port Credit can be defined by it’s slower pace, beautiful parks, marinas and the idyllic Port Credit Harbour and Credit River. Residents will find Port Credit is a charming place to set down roots which mixes convenience like shops, boutiques, and exceptional restaurants with a historic atmosphere.
The Dollarton Highway and Mount Seymour Parkway service this area of North Vancouver. The Iron Workers Memorial Bridge provides convenient access to Highway 1, Squamish, Whistler, and Vancouver. Translink links to Seabus at Lonsdale Quay and provides significant bus service to the majority of the Northlands-Seymour-Deep Cove neighbourhoods.
Northlands-Seymour-Deep Cove is part of North Vancouver School District 44. Six primary schools, spanning in age from kindergarten to seventh grade, are available to residents. Windsor and Seycove Secondary serve the communities. Saint Pius X Elementary is a private school with kindergarten through 7th grade. The Tsleil-Waututh Child & Family Development Centre also provides care and education for children from six months to five years.
To begin, residents in Northlands-Seymour-Deep Cove enjoy world-class hiking, skiing, and snowboarding only steps from their front door. The historic Baden Powell trail passes through this section of North Van, from Deep Cove to the Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge. The 6km waterfront trail in Dollarton’s Cates Park winds across sandy beaches and lush coastal greenery.
This plan includes 223 adapted houses and 21 enhanced accessible homes that surpass the District of North Vancouver’s bylaw criteria for individuals with mobility problems. Transportation measures such as subsidized transit tickets, an e-bike sharing program, and a planned new innovative on-demand car share cooperation between Modo and Translink will encourage citizens to reduce their reliance on personal automobiles.
Residents will have access to four shared, family-oriented outdoor areas meant to foster interaction and casual outdoor play. Improved walkways and public pedestrian connections on and off-site will improve the streetscape and public safety.