Dinuclear clathrochelate complexes with two, three, four, or five cyano groups in the ligand periphery were prepared following two distinct synthetic strategies: (a) zinc(II)- or cobalt(II)-templated polycondensation reactions of CN-functionalized arylboronic acids and phenoldioximes, or (b) postsynthetic cross-coupling reactions of polybrominated zinc(II) clathrochelates with 4-cyanophenylboronic acid. The new clathrochelate complexes were used as metalloligands for the construction of heterometallic Zn2+/Ag+ and Co2+/Ag+ coordination polymers (CPs), which were characterized by single crystal X-ray diffraction and FT-IR. A one-dimensional CP was observed for ditopic clathrochelates, whereas two- and three-dimensional CPs were generated from tetra- and pentatopic metalloligands. The three-dimensional network is unique as it displays an unprecedented network topology with the point symbol (8·102)(82·104)(82·10)(83·103). Furthermore, it is a self-catenated net with an extremely high topological density.