Midori Burnaby condos

Polygon‘s iconic Midori high-rise development will celebrate its grand opening this Saturday, October 10th in Burnaby. The anticipated event will be held at the presentation centre at 6579 Marlborough Avenue starting at noon sharp.

Attend and you’ll have a chance to be among the first to own a home in the striking building that’s situated on a peaceful tree-lined street in the amenity-rich Metrotown neighbourhood.

Inside, owners will enjoy generous two-bedroom homes with living spaces that flow out to large balconies. With equal commitment to exceptionally designed floorplans, the residences boast a long list of thoughtful details and designer finishings.

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Another one of Midori‘s big draws is of course the convenient location, just steps away from the lush Bonsor Park as well as the largest shopping and entertainment complex in British Columbia. Metropolis at Metrotown boasts over 400 popular shops, services, restaurants and an onsite SkyTrain station, which means Vancouver is only a 15-minute car-less commute away. Other nearby amenities include the Bonsor Park and Recreational Complex, offering activities such as swimming, aqua-fit, racquet sports and more.

Of course you needn’t wait for the grand opening this weekend to learn more about the homes. The Midori presentation centre is open now from 12pm to 6pm daily (except Friday) at 6579 Marlborough Avenue in Burnaby. Go in for a preview today for advance information such as pricing and home selections.

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