Seymour Village - North Shore living at its finest

North Vancouver’s Tsleil-Waututh territory consists of all of the natural elements for which Vancouver’s North Shore is famous: verdant rainforest, snow-capped mountains and stunning views of the Pacific. It’s easy to live an active outdoor life on the North Shore with nature so close at hand, and it seems almost too good to be true that these natural amenities are paired with the convenience of living close to a metropolis.

Residents of Seymour Village, a new masterplanned community where contemporary architectural design meets west coast elegance, will have the opportunity to experience first hand what living the North Shore lifestyle can mean: unwinding after a long day of work downtown by kayaking along Deep Cove, skiing on Mount Seymour on Sunday morning, followed by shopping along Main St. in Vancouver, dinner in Chinatown and a night cap at a local North Shore pub.

Quick commutes put this kind of cosmopolitan lifestyle within the reach of the residents of Seymour Village, who won’t have to choose between enjoying the outdoors and experiencing the benefits of big-city life—without the drawbacks.

Seymour Village is a joint project between Aquilini Development and TAKaya Developments, a branch of Tsleil-Waututh Nation, who has lived in the area for generations and bears a sacred trust to care for the lands and waters here. TAKaya’s goal is to build fine homes adjacent to both the North Shore’s protected forests and all of its amenities (a wealth of markets, boutiques and restaurants await in Deep Cove, Parkgate Village and Dollarton Village Shopping Centre).

The homes at Seymour Village—all three-bedroom townhomes with two-and-a-half bathrooms—feature open-concept floorplans, an abundance of natural light and they are affordable to the market for which they’ve been designed. It’s really the best of all worlds. Seymour Village is now entering sales of phase two.

The presentation centre, located at 590 Raven Woods Drive in North Vancouver, is open from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily, except Fridays. For more information on Seymour Village, visit