Coquitlam

Coquitlam Neighborhood Overview


Coquitlam (/koʊˈkwɪtləm/ koh-KWIT-ləm) is a city in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. Mainly suburban, Coquitlam is the sixth-largest city in the province, with a population of 139,284 in 2016, and one of the 21 municipalities comprising Metro Vancouver. The mayor is Richard Stewart.


Geography

Located East of Burnaby, Coquitlam is a city located in the lower mainland and is known as the 6th largest city in the province. The West, in particular, borders the Fraser river, Lougheed and Barnet Highway. Coquitlam West is mostly known for its beautiful parks, riverside properties and bigger housing.

Coquitlam is situated about 10 to 15 km (6.2 to 9.3 mi) east of Vancouver, where the Coquitlam River connects with the Fraser River and extends northeast along the Pitt River toward the Coquitlam and Pitt lakes.

Coquitlam borders Burnaby and Port Moody to the west, New Westminster to the southwest, and Port Coquitlam to the southeast. 

Burke MountainEagle Ridge, and 1,583 m (5,194 ft) tall Coquitlam Mountain form the northern boundary of the city. Coquitlam’s area, 152.5 square kilometres (58.9 sq mi), is about six times larger than either Port Moody or Port Coquitlam.

What is the Average price of Homes in Coquitlam?

Current Coquitlam MLS® stats indicate an average house price of $740,000 and 211 new listings in the last 28 days. 530 Homes on the market. As of today, Coquitlam housing data shows median days on market for a home is 15 days.

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This info comprises of Detached Homes, Condos and Townhouses. Scroll down for a breakdown. Again note: Graphs are updated every 24 hours.


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Moving to a Coquitlam Neighborhood

Moving to a new province or country is tough when you don’t know what the neighborhoods are like. Moving to a large city like Coquitlam with 27 neighborhoods is hard enough, but the stress is multiplied when you are moving with your entire family.

You know how much you can afford for a home but finding the right neighborhood for you is still not so clear.

You want a neighborhood with the right mix of families with children your age or you want to be close to the action, restaurants, shopping, parks etc.

We know everybody’s needs are so different. Everyone is in a unique situation with unique needs and we are here to help sort through that maze and guide you through.

Now that you’ve decided to move to Coquitlam, because of its diversity, access to restaurants and shopping, varying demographics etc, lets find you the neighborhood that works for you.


Browse All Coquitlam Neighborhoods

Austin Heights |Burke Mountain|Canyon Springs |Cape Horn |Central Coquitlam |Chineside |Coquitlam West |Eagle Ridge |Harbour Chines|Harbour Place |Hockaday | Nestor |Lower Hyde Creek |Maillardville |Meadow Brooks |New Horizons |North Coquitlam |Park Ridge Estates |Partington Creek |Ranch Park |River Heights |River Springs |Scott Creek |Smilling Creek |Summit View |Town Centre |Upper Eagle Ridge |Upper Hyde Creek |Westwood Plateau |Westwood Summit


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Which Cities are closest to Coquitlam?

Port Moody, Port Coquitlam are closest to Coquitlam.

The distance from Coquitlam to the nearest city Port Moody is 8.6 kilometers or 5.3 miles away.

4 major cities are near Coquitlam; Burnaby being the closest is 16.9 kilometers or 10.5 miles away.

The nearest town Aldergrove is 42.8 kilometers or 26.6 miles away.

Coquitlam is also 75.1 kilometers or 46.6 miles from Bellingham in United States.


Livability

The Livability Score is a score out of 100 that was designed to help people quickly and easily evaluate the quality of an area. The score consists of 7 different categories and dozens of data points across multiple data sets.

The Livability Index assesses seven broad categories of community livability: housing, neighborhood, transportation, environment, health, engagement, and opportunity. Metric values and policy points within each category are combined to create the category score. Those category scores are then averaged to create a location’s total livability score.

To get a perfect score of 100, a neighborhood would have to be among the best in the country in each of the seven livability categories. It can be difficult to score highly across categories.

  • Coquitlam has a Livability Score of 76/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Coquitlam crime rates are 36% lower than the British Columbia average
  • Cost of living in Coquitlam is 12% higher than the British Columbia average
  • Coquitlam real estate prices are 28% higher than the British Columbia average
  • Rental prices in Coquitlam are equal to the British Columbia average

Coquitlam is in the Pacific Time Zone (winter UTC−8, summer UTC−7), and the Pacific Maritime Ecozone.


Demographics

The city of Coquitlam, BC has a population of 150,891 and a population density of 1,228 people per square kilometre.

There are a total of 27 Coquitlam, BC neighborhoods.

The neighbourhood with the highest Livability Score is Ranch Park and the largest neighhorhood by population is Austin Heights.

The Coquitlam, BC neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.


Demographics of Coquitlam by Age


Diversity

Coquitlam is one of the largest suburban communities in the Lower Mainland, east of Vancouver.

Coquitlam is a multicultural community that is popular with East Asian and South Asian immigrants and has a large population of Chinese and Persian residents.

To experience the vibrant culture of the Persian community, any Coquitlam local will recommend taking part in the Persian new year Fire Festival, a popular draw that involves the age old tradition of jumping through fire to burn people’s spirits in preparation for New Year.

Another cultural offering that highlights the unique and diverse character of Coquitlam includes the Place des Arts in the historic neighbourhood of Maillardville, which showcases the best of local arts as well as numerous cultural events.


New Construction/Development in Coquitlam

There are currently 48 New Construction and Developments in Coquitlam.

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Top New Construction Neighbourhoods in Coquitlam

  • Coquitlam West
  • Central Port Coquitlam
  • Partington Creek
  • Central Coquitlam
  • Lower Hyde Creek
  • Smilling Creek
  • Town Centre
  • Upper Hyde Creek
  • Maillardville
  • Austin Heights
  • North Coquitlam

FUTURE CONDO AND TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENTS IN COQUITLAM


Coquitlam Schools

Coquitlam School District is represented by District 43 School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) or SD43 is one of the sixty school districts in British Columbia.

The district is the third-largest in British Columbia with 45 elementary schools, 14 middle schools, and 11 secondary schools.

School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) serves the Tri-Cities, including the cities of CoquitlamPort CoquitlamPort Moody, and the villages of Anmore and Belcarra.

The school district covers an area of 120 square kilometres and serves a total combined population of 210,390 residents. It has over 4,000 full-time and part-time employees.

It has one of the highest graduation rates in the province, with 91.9% of students graduating in the 2013/14 school year.

  • The school test scores in Coquitlam are equal to the national average
  • There are approximately 58 public schools in Coquitlam
  • 11.0% of people in Coquitlam have no certificate, diploma or degree
  • 88.9% of people in Coquitlam have completed high school
  • 31.9% of people in Coquitlam have completed a bachelor’s degree

Parks

LISTING OF ALL PARKS IN COQUITLAM

Completed Park Projects | Coquitlam, BC


Now that you a proper introduction to Coquitlam…lets break down Coquitlam into its described quadrants. How its described by the Locals and on Craigslist.

Recognized as one of Greater Vancouver’s more centralized and larger communities, the following Coquitlam neighborhoods located in the heart of the city are ideal for real estate buyers looking for single family homes and duplexes, with a good selection of townhomes and condominiums scattered around the city.

Coquitlam is one of he largest suburban communities in the Lower Mainland and is fast becoming the Lower Mainland’s number one location for lifestyle and business

Served by the Evergreen Line and Home to Douglas College.


Transportation

Translink and Coast Mountain Bus Service (CMBS) provide the City of Coquitlam with public transit and trip planning. View current alertsfares and passes, and transit system maps for more information.

Transit Schedules

There are several Sky Train stations that serve the City of Coquitlam.

Coquitlam is served by TransLink, which is responsible for both public transit and major roads.

The city has four SkyTrain stations on the Millennium Line that are a part of the 10.9 km (6.8 mi) long Evergreen Extension.[57] With a project cost of $1.4 billion, the line runs from the Coquitlam City Centre area, through Coquitlam Central Station and into Port Moody, re-entering Coquitlam on North Road and finally joining the existing Millennium Line at Lougheed Town Centre.

There is regular bus service on numerous lines running throughout the city and connecting it to other municipalities in Metro Vancouver, with a major exchange at Coquitlam Central Station.

The West Coast Express, with a stop at Coquitlam Central Station, provides commuter rail service west to downtown Vancouver and east as far as Mission.] WCE operates Monday to Friday only (excluding holidays), with five trains per day running to Vancouver in the morning peak hours and returning through Coquitlam in the evening peak hours.

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COQUITLAM CITY CENTRE

Coquitlam’s City Centre is one of eight designated Regional Town Centers in Metro Vancouver’s Regional Growth Strategy. The City Centre is the downtown and ‘heart’ of Coquitlam and the northeast region, offering a range of housing, educational institutions, retail, office, and recreation and cultural amenities. The Neighborhoods in the Coquitlam City Centre area include Summit View, Upper Eagle Ridge, Scott Creek, Canyon Springs, North Coquitlam, Eagle Ridge, New Horizons and  River Springs .

MALLAIRDVILLE/CENTRAL WEST

Coquitlam West, Harbour Chiens, Harbour Place, Chineside, Central Coquitlam & Mallardville a popular choice for families.

MUNDY/CAPE HORN

Coquitlam Mundy / Cape Horn include Ranch Park, Meadow Brook, the large Coquitlam East neighborhood and the smaller Cape Horn

WESTWOOD/BURKE MOUNTAIN

Greenbelts, renowned hiking trails , larger lots and quiet natural residential neighborhoods, all define these upscale areas of north Coquitlam including Westwood Plateau, Hockaday, Burke Mountain and Park Ridge Estates


COQUITLAM WEST

Coquitlam West is the official REBGV subarea; but the Coquitlam West is a large subarea that can essentially be defined based on single family homes vs. high density

Coquitlam borders Burnaby and Port Moody to the west, New Westminster to the southwest, and Port Coquitlam to the southeast. Burke Mountain, Eagle Ridge, and 1,583 m (5,194 ft) tall Coquitlam Mountain form the northern boundary of the city.

Located East of Burnaby, Coquitlam is a city located in the lower mainland and is known as the 6th largest city in the province. The West, in particular, borders the Fraser river, Lougheed and Barnet Highway. Coquitlam West is mostly known for its beautiful parks, riverside properties and bigger housing.

Coquitlam borders Burnaby and Port Moody to the west, New Westminster to the southwest, and Port Coquitlam to the southeast. Burke Mountain, Eagle Ridge, and 1,583 m (5,194 ft) tall Coquitlam Mountain form the northern boundary of the city.

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COQUITLAM HOUSING TYPES

Housing in Coquitlam ranges from post war bungalows to luxury houses to mixed-use retail & residential condominium towers.

COQUITLAM NEIGHBORHOODS
  • There are 23 neighborhoods very different neighborhoods in Coquitlam that offer different lifestyles. Majority of Coquitlam neighborhoods offer relatively easy access to transit and City Amenities such as Skating rinks, Libraries etc. Lands in Coquitlam are part of the Community Heritage Registry, including one of the best collections of trees in Canada. An energetic city with active residents, Coquitlam is regarded as an events destination, hosting over 100 events each year.
  • Burke Mountain : The newest addition to Coquitlam, Burke Mountain is on the north east side of Coquitlam.
  • Canyon Springs : Canyon Springs is a neighborhood with easy access to schools, parks, and shopping areas.
  • Cape Horn : Cape Horn is a neighborhood on the Central/South side of Coquitlam with easy access to the freeway:
  • Central Coquitlam : This neighborhood is the heart of Coquitlam and is one of the largest subareas.
  • Chineside : This small subarea consists of detached homes that is family oriented.
  • Coquitlam East: Coquitlam East is a large subarea bordering schools, access to highways, and parks.
  • Coquitlam West : A developing urban hub bordering North Burnaby, aka Lougheed or Burquitlam. 
  • Eagle Ridge CQ : Eagle Ridge is an area bordering Port Moody on the North west side, with a mix of commercial zones.
  • Harbour Chines : Bordering Central and West Coquitlam, Harbour Chines is a neighbourhood near parks and schools.
  • Harbour Place: Harbour Place is small subarea that borders Port Moody in Coquitlam, getting the best of both worlds.
  • Hockaday : Hockaday is a neighbourhood on the North side of Coquitlam consisting of detached homes nearby parks.
  • Maillardville : One of the oldest areas of Coquitlam, Maillardville offers easy accessibility to almost everything you need.
  • Meadowbrook : A smaller area with a mix of residential and commercial spaces close to the highway and shopping.
  • New Horizons : Nearby schools, parks, and recreation great with entry-level detached homes and young families.
  • North Coquitlam : The hustle and bustle of Coquitlam can be found in North Coquitlam, where the majority of highrises are.
  • Park Ridge Estates : A quiet, small subarea of larger homes and estates on the North East side near Burke Mountain.
  • Ranch Park : Ranch Park is a sloped subarea that stretches through Coquitlam and all the way over to Port Moody.
  • River Springs : River Springs is a smaller neighbourhood near Town Centre Park with a lovely outdoor feel.
  • Scott Creek : A lovely area with large detached homes, many bordering on the greenbelt. Family oriented.
  • Summit View : A residential area where many of the homes enjoy views of Port Moody and Coquitlam, as well as Mount Baker.
  • Upper Eagle Ridge : Another Coquitlam area bordering Port Moody, with easy access to everything you need.
  • Westwood Plateau : A community on the North side of Coquitlam with fantastic views and a mix of all types of homes.
  • Westwood Summit CQ : Westwood Summit is a small residential neighbourhood above Summit View.

COQUITLAM TRANSPORTATION

Coquitlam Neighbourhood Transportation

Throughout Coquitlam, there are a variety of options when it comes to transit, such as the West Coast Express, the skytrain, and regular buses.

For those working further West in Burnaby or Vancouver, in the recent years Coquitlam has significantly improved their bus routes and transportation to make an effective alternative for commuting in to the city.

The major bus stations in and around Coquitlam and Coquitlam Central Station and Lougheed Town station. CLICK HERE TO PLAN YOUR BUS TRIP

Coquitlam Neighbourhood Transportation

Throughout Coquitlam, there are a variety of options when it comes to transit, such as the West Coast Express, the skytrain, and regular busses.

For those working further West in Burnaby or Vancouver, in the recent years Coquitlam has significantly improved their bus routes and transportation to make an effective alternative for commuting in to the city.

BUS

The major bus stations in and around Coquitlam and Coquitlam Central Station and Lougheed Town station.

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TransLink’s HandyDART provides a door-to-door customer transit service to carry passengers with physical or cognitive disabilities who are unable to use public transit without assistance. Program registration and a small fee are required to ensure that each eligible passenger’s travel needs are considered.

SKYTRAIN RAPID TRANSIT

The Evergreen Skytrain Line runs from Coquitlam Town Centre area by North Coquitlam, through Port Moody, and re-enters Coquitlam on North Road where it joins with the existing SkyTrain system at Lougheed Town Centre.

For Coquitlam residents on the more Southern side (Cape Horn, Maillardville, Coquitlam West), Lougheed skytrain station or Braid station are easy to access and ideal skytrain options.

For Coquitlam residents in the North part of the city, stations like Coquitlam Town Centre, Lafarge Lake-Douglas, and Lincoln are easy to access.

WESTCOAST EXPRESS

The West Coast Express is an express bus with limited stops. It stops at Coquitlam Central Station and runs West in to downtown Vancouver. Heading East, it goes as far as Mission.

It only operates from Monday to Friday (excluding holidays) with five trains per day running to Vancouver in the morning peak hours and returning in the evening peak hours. It is most used by people working 8am-4pm or 9am-5pm jobs.

DRIVING

For those that drive Coquitlam is a very accessible city that provides access to Burnaby, Vancouver, Surrey, Pitt Meadows, and Maple Ridge. For access in to Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey and New West, Lougheed Highway is a convenient way to enter the freeway. Barnet Highway runs through Coquitlam and in to Port Moody, then heads west through Burnaby and connects on to Hastings Street. There is also easy access to the Port Mann Bridge and the Golden Ears bridge from Coquitlam’s Lougheed Highway.

COQUITLAM ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

The Theatre, a 1,074-seat multi-purpose venue, opened as part of a $30 million expansion to Coquitlam’s Hard Rock Casino, while Cineplex Entertainment operates the 4,475-seat SilverCity Coquitlam movie complex with 20 screens.

The Evergreen Cultural Centre is near Town Centre Park and is a venue for arts and culture, in which they host a wide variety of community events. There is a 264 seat black box theatre, rehearsal hall, art studio, and art gallery. There are also a number of choirs and theatre societies that practice at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.

Place des Arts is a non-profit teaching arts centre in Maillardville that offers a variety of programs in the visual arts, music, acting, and dance. It is a fantastic place for young kids and adults to learn and expand their love for the arts, whether it be pottery, yoga, ballet, piano, violin, painting, drawing, or more. Place des Arts offers faculty concerts throughout the year, and participates competitively in some areas as well. The arts centre has been around since 1972 in Coquitlam and is an integral part to the community.

Place Maillardville is a community centre providing leisure activities for all age groups, with programs on French language, culture, as well as physical activities. Heritage Square offers visitors a wealth of historic sites, gardens, a bike path, and an outdoor amphitheatre; it is also home to the Mackin Heritage Home & Toy Museum

COQUITLAM PARKS AND RECREATION

Coquitlam has a considerable number of open green spaces, with the total area of over 890 hectares (2,200 acres). There are over 80 municipal parks and natural areas, with Mundy Park located roughly in the centre of the city being the biggest, and Ridge Park located in the highlands near the city’s northern edge. Mundy Park is home to the perimeter trail where many residents of Central Coquitlam, Coquitlam East, Ranch Park, and Chineside go for afternoon strolls or to walk their dog. While the park is mostly trail, it also offers a playground, and baseball tee on the West side of the young and old to enjoy.

Sports facilities are abundant at locations such as Town Centre Park and Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex.

Town Centre Park is a large city park located in the central area of the city, it provides city residents with many recreational activities. This is near the Hockaday, Canyon Springs, Scott Creek, Westwood Plateau, River Springs, and North Coquitlam side of the city. There are a number of activities that are held here as it offers a soccer field, football field, playground, basketball court, track, and a man-made lake to name a few.

The Coquitlam Crunch is a popular attraction in the Eagle Ridge area, which features two sets of stairs around 450 steps similar to the Grouse Grind. It is an open attraction that also links up to numerous trails for those that are wanting to go further than just the steps, connecting to hiking and walking trails in Westwood Plateau.

Como Lake Park is also popular with local residents. It resides in Central Coquitlam, and often freezes over in the winter time for ice skating. It is a larger circular pond where many locals walk around and children play.

The city is responsible for the maintenance of numerous sports and recreation fields, including 40 grass/sand/soil sports fields, five Field Turf fields, 35 ball diamonds, several all-weather surfaces, a bowling green, a croquet/bocce court, and a cricket pitch.  The city also operates Percy Perry Stadium and the Poirier Sport & Leisure Complex where there are gyms, ice rinks, curling rinks, and swimming pools to enjoy. Privately owned Planet Ice features 4 additional ice rinks, and more rinks are found throughout the Tri-Cities.

The city manages four all-age community centres (Centennial, Pinetree, Poirier, Summit), and two senior community centres (Dogwood Pavilion, Glen Pine Pavilion).

COQUITLAM GOLFING

The Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club, recognized as one of the top 100 golf courses in the country. The club also features a smaller executive 12-hole course, driving range, golf academy and clubhouse. 

COQUITLAM RESTAURANTS

Restaurants range from Korean, Japanese, Thai & Chinese to familiar Canadian brands such as Boston Pizza, Montana’s BBQ and Tim Hortons. 

COQUITLAM MALLS AND SHOPPING

Coquitlam Centre shopping mall is the biggest mall in the Tri-Cities and is located in North Coquitlam. It is the hub of City Centre, and a popular spot for a quick bit to eat, grocery shopping, entertainment, or just good old fashioned shopping shopping!

Situated on 57 acres of land in the heart of the Tri-Cities, Coquitlam Centre features over 910,000 square feet of retail on two spacious levels. Coquitlam Centre is the only shopping centre in Metro Vancouver offering Hudson’s Bay, London Drugs, Sport Chek, T&T Supermarket, UNIQLO, H&M, Aritzia, Sephora, Lululemon Athletica, Atmosphere, Golf Town, Walmart, and Best Buy, all in one convenient location.

In Coquitlam West area there is also Lougheed Mall. While technically located in North Burnaby, it is on the exact borderline of Coquitlam and Burnaby so it is still a popular area to shop. This particular mall is a part of the Lougheed Town Centre Expansion which will include a revitalized shopping mall, new businesses, a brand new food court, and a number of high-rise residential towers.

Coquitlam also has a number of grocery stores to shop in, ranging from Superstore, Save on Foods, Safeway and smaller local shops, to the nearby Costco in Port Coquitlam.

COQUITLAM SCHOOLS – ELEMENTARY

Because the four neighbourhoods of north Coquitlam are so attractive for growing families, education options are plentiful as part of school district No. 43 – the third largest in all of British Columbia. Home buyers can choose from a total of 9 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 3 secondary schools. In addition, you’ll find Our Lady of Assumption and BC Christian Academy private schools, and the Coquitlam campus of Douglas College, home to over 9,000 full time continuing education students.

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COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

DISCOVER – NEW CONDO AND TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENTS IN COQUITLAM

567 CLARKE AND COMO – 567 Clarke + Como is a new condo development by Marcon currently under construction at 567 Clarke Road, Coquitlam. The development is scheduled for completion in 2021. Sales for available units range in price from $1,235,900 to $1,579,900. 567 Clarke + Como has a total of 364 units. Sizes range from 1085 to 1287 square feet.

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ALDERSON – Alderson Gate is a new condo development by Ledingham McAllister currently in preconstruction at 633 Alderson Avenue, Coquitlam. Alderson Gate has a total of 573 units. VIEW PROJECT HERE.

BURQUITLAM TOWNHOUSESCompletion slated for -2024 Como Lake Avenue & Robinson Street, Coquitlam, BC. A family-friendly townhouse community, proposed just steps from Burquitlam Station in West Coquitlam.

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BAYCREST ON THE RISE – Baycrest on the Rise is a new townhouse development by Woodbridge Homes currently in preconstruction at 3535 Baycrest Avenue, Coquitlam. Baycrest on the Rise has a total of 67 units. VIEW PROJECT HERE

DANSEY – Situated at 597-603 Dansey Ave is an elegant new condo development by Belford Properties currently in preconstruction at 603 Dansey Avenue, Coquitlam. 597-603 Dansey Ave has a total of 125 units.

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DUET CITY HOMES – Completion slated for 202? Duet Cityhomes is a boutique collection of 60 garden and two-story townhomes complete with Adera’s signature rooftop lanais. Built using SmartWoodTM technology, Duet Cityhomes are beautiful, strong and sustainable. Located in the blossoming area of Coquitlam, floorplans optimize living space offering light-filled interiors paired with west coast modern design. Make your home unique with our iD By Me home customization program.

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HIGHPOINT – Soaring 52 storeys above Coquitlam’s hottest up-and-coming neighbourhood, Ledingham McAllister’s Highpoint is poised to establish a new peak of luxury. From the grand sense of arrival highlighted by stunning water features and overheight glass lobby with your own personal concierge, to 11,000 square feet of unrivalled amenities across three levels, Highpoint reaches above and beyond.

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HORIZON 21 – Horizon 21 is a new condo and townhouse development by Centred Developments currently under construction at 218 Blue Mountain Street, Coquitlam. The development is scheduled for completion in 2023. Sales for available units range in price from $354,900 to over $1,068,900. Horizon 21 has a total of 150 units. Sizes range from 401 to 1352 square feet.

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MAILLARDVILLECompletion slated for 2022. Maillardville is a combination of Modern townhouses and restored heritage homes proposed for Coquitlam’s historic Laval Square. by Domus Homes currently in preconstruction at 213 Laval Street, Coquitlam. 41 homes in Total. The development is scheduled for completion in 2022.

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ROCKLIN ON THE CREEK – Rocklin on the creek is a community with a peaceful creek flowing through the center. The architecture is timeless Georgian style, and the interiors are master planned to maximize on storage and space. Located at the foot of Burke Mountain, a rapidly growing family-oriented community with trails, paths, parks and shops.

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SHAW AVENUE – Shaw Ave is a new condo development by Kingswood Real Estate currently in preconstruction at 600 Shaw Avenue, Coquitlam. Shaw Ave has a total of 151 units.

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SMITH AND FARROW – Smith & Farrow is a new condo and townhouse development by Boffo Developments Ltd. currently in preconstruction at 720 Farrow Street, Coquitlam. Smith & Farrow has a total of 348 units.

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Wynwood Green – NOW SELLING

585 Austin Avenue

Wynwood Green is a residential development nestled in the mature neighbourhood of west Coquitlam. These mid-century inspired 23 and 28 storey concrete “towers in the park” will include one, two and three bedroom homes. Bordered by the Vancouver Golf Club and close to biking and walking paths, Wynwood Green is also within easy access to public transportation, including the new Evergreen SkyTrain extension. Construction is currently underway, with completion expected in 2021.

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Welcome to living in the Tri-Cities, traditionally the preferred choice of families moving to Metro Vancouver. The right mix of Urbanism, Nature, great neighborhoods, transit and Activities make these communities very activities to young families as well as Adults who prefer a softer approach to Urban living