Current Port Moody Centre MLS® stats indicate an average house price of $671,625 and 97 new listings in the last 56 days. As of today, Port Moody Centre housing data shows median days on market for a home is 19 days.
Moody Centre encompasses the south shore of Port Moody and is the City’s most diverse neighborhood form a land perspective. It is composed of a number of distinct areas, each with own distinct character.
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MOODY CENTRE DEMOGRAPHICS
MOODY CENTRE HOUSING TYPES
The primary residential area in Moody Centre is to the south of St. Johns Street, containing a mix of single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. There is one manufactured (mobile) home site at the eastern end of Moody Centre on Dewdney Trunk Road
MOODY CENTRE INDUSTRY
These include: The waterfront industrial area, which is bounded on the east
by the Mill and Timber sawmill site and on the west by Pacific Coast Terminals. This area also contains industries such as Reichhold Chemicals.
A light industrial area of Port Moody, which is largely made of small manufacturers and distributors located on Murray
Street and Spring Street.
• Moody Centre Heritage Conservation Area and Heritage Character Area are located in Moody Centre. These areas contain a number of buildings that are listed on the City’s heritage register.
• The remainder of St. Johns Street outside of the Heritage Conservation Area is primarily commercial, although there are some residential land uses at both the eastern and western
ends of the St. Johns Street corridor.
• Rocky Point Park acts as the major south shore access to the head of Inlet Park, which extends to Shoreline Park and Old Orchard Park on the City’s north shore.
MOODY CENTRE TRANSPORTATION
Moody Centre station is an intermodal rapid transit station in Metro Vancouver served by both the Millennium Line—part of the SkyTrain system—and the region’s West Coast Express commuter rail system. It is located in Port Moody, British Columbia, on the south side of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) tracks, at the north foot of Williams Street, approximately 200 metres (660 ft) north of St. John’s Street.
MOODY CENTRE SCHOOLS
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