Moodyville North Vancouver, North Vancouver

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Live in the vibrant core of North Vancouver, minutes from Lower Lonsdale, on the residential streets of Moodyville. Here you’ll find urban conveniences, schools, and nature all just outside your front door. Evolv is close to the variety of shops, restaurants, and galleries lining Lonsdale Avenue. Stroll the food and craft markets of Lonsdale Quay or the Shipyards Market and catch a film at Park & Tilford, only five minutes away by car. The cultural energy in this part of North Vancouver is colourful. With the rugged North Shore mountains rising above, the parks, forest, and shoreline surrounding Evolv are plentiful. Explore Moodyville’s section of the Spirit Trail, hike through Lynn Canyon Park, or ski on Grouse Mountain – immersing yourself in recreation will come naturally. Arrive in downtown Vancouver in 30 minutes via the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge or by SeaBus from Lonsdale Quay. Living makes sense here.

Evolv35, a new housing project in North Vancouver, comes by its name honestly. Not only is it being built in a newly evolving neighbourhood on the North Shore, it has taken on new energy standards and a flexible approach to design that accommodates the lifestyle cycle that many families are experiencing today.

35 four-bedroom townhomes situated in Moodyville, a new, award-winning master-planned community. Homes range from 1,554 to 2,070 sq. ft., with legal suites.  Some models have expansive rooftop decks with city views.  All homes are built to Passive House Canada standards and 2032 energy codes, reducing energy usage by 90 per cent annually. Located close to Lonsdale Quay and Spirit Trail, North Shore Mountains and community amenities


Joyce Chan