In North Vancouver’s Lions Gate neighbourhood, a unique collection of townhomes will provide plenty of room for families to grow, just minutes from the North Shore’s best amenity offerings.

Mason is a community of 40 spacious rowhomes, coming soon to Curling and Capilano roads. Created by local Vancouver developer, Cressey, this selection of homes draws from European design as inspiration for its stunning brick-clad exteriors.

Ranging from 1,450 to 1,840 square feet in size, Mason offers functional three-bedroom layouts, plus an extra room that would make for a cozy nursery or a private home office. In select homes, large basements and media rooms lend the perfect space for movie and game nights, while offering plenty of storage space and convenient direct access to the parkade.

Whip up your favourite recipes in the renowned Cressey-designed kitchens, outfitted with built-in under- counter garbage centres and contemporary Fisher Paykel appliance packages. Unwind in the soothing master ensuites finished with floating vanities, stainless steel plumbing fixtures and frameless glass walk-in showers. Enjoy modern home comforts like a custom-built laundry centre and engineered hardwood flooring on the main levels. Pricing begins from $1.2 million.

Mason is situated minutes from local parks, trails and the Capilano River, perfect for active families. For easy grocery and errands shopping, the Park Royal mall is just a five-minute drive to the east, along with brand-name retailers like Whole Foods Market, Loblaws and Hudson’s Bay. Explore the beaches of Ambleside Park, or take in the stunning views of the forest at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. The Lions Gate Bridge and Highway 1 are located minutes away for easy access to Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver and beyond.

Now under construction, move-ins for Mason are anticipated for spring 2021.

Interested purchasers are invited to learn more about this community by calling 236 885 2061 or sending an email to

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