Standing tall along the Kingsway corridor, just steps from the Metropolis at Metrotown and the SkyTrain, Polygon Homes' 37-storey Midori is but the latest of many highrise developments to call central Burnaby home. Soon to be move-in ready, the 244-unit tower has recently topped off with cladding well underway. 

Midori, distinctive round balconies awaiting glazing, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Recognizable for its distinctively curvaceous balconies, Midori residents will be graced with ample outdoor space, allowing for sweeping views of Greater Vancouver and the Rocky Mountains. 

Midori the latest of several Burnaby highrise projects, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Part of the ongoing urbanization of the Kingsway corridor, with a forest of highrise developments heavily concentrated around Metrotown, Midori will place residents in the midst of several new shops and cafes, all of which have sprouted from the podiums of nearby developments over the last few years. 

Midori to soon become part of the local streetscape, image by Forum contributor City of Rain

Nearly complete, Midori will soon be home to roughly 400 new inhabitants, their presence to add even more pedestrian life into the already vibrant Metrotown neighbourhood. 

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