April 23, 2013
Clarence Lee and his wife Linh knew all about Polygon and Westwood Plateau when they moved to Dayanee Springs three years ago. “I grew up in the area,” says Clarence, “And Linh and I decided to stay here after we got married because it’s so convenient and it’s such a good place to raise a family.”
The Polygon condominium they owned at Silver Springs was feeling small by the time their first baby was on the way. “We noticed they were selling townhomes in Dayanee Springs just across the street, and we found that idea really attractive: To have more space but to still stay in a Polygon community.”
After living in Dayanee Springs for three years, Clarence and Linh are now parents to two children, and their townhome at Whitetail Lane is still the perfect fit. “We often play at the little playground by our home, use the pool or make use of the lounge area in the clubhouse,” says Clarence. “Sometimes we stroll our kids to Lafarge Lake Park or hop in the car because everything -- including good shops and restaurants -- are all just five minutes away.”
Whitetail Lane at Dayanee Springs in Coquitlam Timbers Clubouse at Dayanee Springs, Coquitlam
“I know first-hand that Polygon does an excellent job of building communities,” says Clarence. “With all the amenities, the landscaping and the Whistler-inspired design, this is a great place to call home.”
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