(This article is sponsored by Polygon Fulton House Ltd.)
Burnaby’s Brentwood neighbourhood is on the rise, and Fulton House by Polygon offers an unparalleled in. This iconic 41-storey tower, home to 303 one- and two-bedroom apartment residences, will add a dramatic flair to the Burnaby skyline. Homes at Fulton House present exceptional value that many homebuyers have been raving about: affordable price points, a prime location in Brentwood but away from the bustle of the town centre, access to 28,000 square feet of resort-style amenities, and Polygon’s quality design and stylish interiors.
The tower is primarily comprised of one-bedroom homes starting at $399,900 and two-bedrooms starting at $549,900, ranging from 540 to 919 square feet on typical floors. Fulton House also offers a handful of city homes and larger penthouses.
The tower will be nestled amid tree-lined streets, minutes away from the convenience of the vibrant and burgeoning Brentwood shopping centre, but distanced enough to offer quiet neighbourhood living. Residents will live close to SkyTrain stations on the Millennium Line, the new Lougheed Highway Whole Foods, and numerous shopping and dining opportunities offered at the revitalized Brentwood Mall and surroundings. Just a seven-minute walk to the mall, Fulton House offers a secluded alternative to the noise and bustle of the town centre.
Designed by the award winning Buttjes Architecture, the building boasts a striking landscaped podium that will house 28,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor wellness amenities—the Fulton Club, which offers residents space for entertainment, fitness, and relaxation. This private oasis will include a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, fully equipped fitness centre, yoga studio, and expansive green terrace with a children’s play space and dog-friendly area.
Once home, residents will enjoy open concept interiors, overheight ceilings, and generously sized balconies from which to take in views of downtown Vancouver, North Shore mountains, urban surroundings, or lovely greenspace. Large Low-E windows are designed to stream natural light into the homes. Stylish kitchens boast engineered stone countertops, flat-panelled custom cabinetry, integrated brand-name appliances including a five-burner gas cooktop with wall oven, and under-cabinet lighting. Kitchen islands provide extra workspace and are sure to be the gathering place of the home.
Master ensuites offer a luxurious ambiance with oversized showers, frameless doors, rain shower heads, and integrated bench seating. The floating flat-panelled vanity, topped with the same engineered stone as in the kitchen, features an undermount sink and generous storage space. Each suite comes with a parking space in the brightly lit parkade that includes car-wash stations and security cameras.
Fulton House’s approach to delivering quality and value has been successful so far—since its grand opening on September 24, 60 percent of Fulton House’s 303 homes have already been sold. This success also relies on homebuyers’ trust in the Polygon family of companies, which has built more than 26,000 homes throughout the Lower Mainland: a trust that rests on decades of dedication to quality design, sound construction, and exceptional customer care.
This article is sponsored by Polygon Fulton House Ltd.