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Real estate continues to be the talk of the town as the spotlight deservedly shines on Polygon Homes’ latest project, Cates Landing. The boutique community of just 95 waterfront homes, positioned alongside Cates Park in North Vancouver’s covetable Deep Cove neighbourhood, fills a unique niche in the Lower Mainland’s competitive market.Cates Landing will combine the space, amenities and freedom of single-family homes with the comfort and ease of maintenance-free residences. The outdoor splendours and seclusion of the North Shore’s favourite pocket area, and convenient access to Downtown, give downsizers, empty nesters and single families the best of both worlds. “We have seen a great deal of interest from the local community,” tells Goldie Alam, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Polygon Homes. “People love the idea of being able to enjoy maintenance-free, waterfront living in a community they know and love.”Homes will be move-in ready for Fall 2016, but first tastes start this summer when the sales centre opens to public. The development, which features two and three bedroom suites ranging up to over 1,400 square feet, townhomes ranging up to over 3,000 square feet and the beautiful Burrard Inlet as a backyard, makes room for large-scale lifestyles. What better proof than the kayak-specific storage creatively incorporated alongside dog and bike wash rooms? Locally owned and operated Polygon Homes just gets West Coasters.To be fair, the West Coast influence doesn’t start or end with storage space. The designs by Keith Hemphill of award-winning Rositch Hemphill Architects include rich cedar siding, striking deep overhangs and cultured stone accents. Meanwhile, spacious floorplans, kitchen islands and over-sized patios and terraces invite you to entertain with a view. Trust us, once you’re settled into your gorgeous new home, you’ll want to show it off.For priority registration call 604-871-4126 or visit polyhomes.com.