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PORT MOODY NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

Current Port Moody MLS® stats indicate an average house price of $789,500 and 123 new listings in the last 28 days. As of today, Port Moody housing data shows median days on market for a home is 12 days.

Port Moody is comprised of a collection of neighborhoods that differ in amenities, identity, home styles, and prices. Every neighborhood in Port Moody is built around an excellent sense of community and offers unique opportunities and rich features.

Port Moody Neighborhood Profiles

The city of Port Moody, BC has a population of 34,898 and a population density of 1,349 people per square kilometre.

There are a total of 14 Port Moody, BC neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Inlet Centre and the largest neighborhood by population is April Road.

ANMORE/BELCARRA

ANMORE

ANMORE – Average house price: $1,820,000
New Listings -9 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 69 days

BELCARRA

BARBER ST. :Average house price: $1,159,000
New Listings -6 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 3 days

IOCO/HERITAGE

BARBER ST.

Average house price: $1,159,000
New Listings -6 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 3 days

HERITAGE MOUNTAIN

Average house price:  $1,322,007
New Listings -17 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 14 days

HERITAGE WOODS

Average house price: $1,157,400 
New Listings -11 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 14 days

IOCO

Average house price: $1,105,000
New Listings – 2 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market –13 days

MOUNTAIN MEADOWS

Average house price: $1,190,00.00
New Listings -4 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market –85 days

NORTH SHORE

PORT MOODY

Average house price: $878,171
New Listings -20 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 23 days

PORT MOODY SOUTH

COLLEGE PARK

Average house price: $963,114
New Listings -22 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 19 days

GLENAYRE

Average house price: $1,114,000
New Listings -10 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 11 days

MOODY CENTRE

Average house price: $671,473
New Listings -92 new listings in the last 56 days.
# of Days on Market – 19 days

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PORT MOODY ORIGINS

Port Moody’s location in the lower mainland has always been a focal point. In the mid-19th century it was made the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Much has changed since then, but Port Moody still retains the small city charm and gorgeous natural setting that greeted early settlers.

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3000 Henry

3000 Henry Street, Port Moody, BC. (Lots 17-20 Henry St.)

3000 Henry is a new condo development by Aultrust Development currently in preconstruction at 3000 Henry Street, Port Moody. 3000 Henry has a total of 173 units.

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CLYDE

A fresh take on rich history. Community is the important pulse that permeates a great urban environment. The heart of Port Moody offers an incredible diversity of people, public gathering spaces, urban expression and natural surroundings.

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CORONATION PARK

Ioco Road & Barnet Highway, Port Moody, BC.Coronation Park is a new condo and townhouse development by Wesgroup currently in preconstruction at Ioco Road & Barnet Highway, Port Moody. Coronation Park has a total of 2900 units.

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FLAVELLE MILL

2400 Murray Street, Port Moody, BC

Flavelle Mill is a new condo development by Aspen Enterprises currently in preconstruction at 2400 Murray Street, Port Moody. Flavelle Mill has a total of 3397 units.

GEORGE

3010 Saint George Street, Port Moody, BC

George is a new condo and townhouse development by Marcon currently under construction at 3010 Saint George Street, Port Moody. The development is scheduled for completion in 2021. Sales for available units range in price from $779,900 to $989,900. George has a total of 252 units. Sizes range from 840 to 1357 square feet.

MOODY CENTRE


2800 Saint George Street, Port Moody, BC

Moody Centre is a new townhouse development by Marcon currently in preconstruction at 2800 Saint George Street, Port Moody. Moody Centre has a total of 43 units.

SOPHIA LIVING

2301 Clarke Street, Port Moody, BC

Sophia Living is a new townhouse development by Paulsun Development currently under construction at 2301 Clarke Street, Port Moody. Sales for available units range in price from $709,900 to over $859,900. Sophia Living has a total of 30 units. Sizes range from 1027 to 1431 square feet.

WESPORT VILLAGE

2120 Vintner Street, Port Moody, BC

Westport Village is a new condo development currently in preconstruction at 2120 Vintner Street, Port Moody. Westport Village has a total of 418 units.

FOR PORT MOODY DEMOGRAPHICS

In 2006, the City of Port Moody had 27,512 people in 10,125 private dwellings living within its borders . This population growth was a 15% increase from the last census taken in 2001.Booming residential construction may account for part of this population growth; 8,015 residential dwellings are owned while 2,115 are rented. Port Moody also has the fourth highest municipal median family income at $70,239, with its largest employers being Eagle Ridge Hospital and School District 43.

The population of Port Moody in 2011 was 32,975. Port Moody has the largest Korean population ratio for any Canadian settlement above 10,000 residents. There are 2,160 people who are Korean, which is 6.6% of the city’s population.Port Moody also has the 6th largest West Asian ratio (3.1%). The racial make up of the city is:

  • 68.5% White
  • 16.4% East Asian; 8.8% Chinese, 6.6% Korean, 1.0% Japanese
  • 3.1% West Asian
  • 2.7% Southeast Asian; 1.9% Filipino
  • 2.6% Aboriginal; 1.4% First Nations, 1.0% Metis
  • 2.2% South Asian
  • 1.8% Latin American
  • 1.3% Black
  • 0.2% Arab
  • 1.2% Multiracial; 2.2% including Metis
  • 0.1% Other
PORT MOODY NEIGHBORHOODS
  • The Heritage Mountain, Twin Creeks, Noons Creek, Mountain Meadows and Heritage Woods Neighborhoods are relatively new and contain a mix of single Family homes and Townhouses Plus a small number of Apartment Units.
  • Anmore: Anmore is a ritzy area of Port Moody with many large mansion style homes, in a peaceful and quiet neighborhood. It is often described as Semi-rural.
  • Barber Street: Barber Street is a small subarea off of Ioco consisting of detached homes close to the Burrard Inlet
  • Belcarra: Belcarra is almost it’s own city, and is a large subarea with many estates hidden among the trees and along the water.
  • College Park PM: College Park is located on the West Side of Port Moody with easy access to Barnet Highway.
  • Glenayre: Glenayre is detached home neighborhood bordering North Road and Clarke Road at the base of Burnaby Mountain.
  • Heritage Mountain: Heritage Mountain is on the North side of Port Moody, with many homes offering beautiful views.
  • Heritage Woods PM: Heritage Woods is a neighborhood typically with larger homes that extend all the way up the mountain.
  • Ioco :
  • Mountain Meadows: Mountain Meadows is a small residential neighborhood with easy access to amenities and school.
  • North Shore Pt Moody: North Shore Port Moody is considered one of the downtown areas of the city with shops and transit.
  • Port Moody Centre: Port Moody Centre is a neighborhood with easy access to transit, shops, parks, and recreation.
PORT MOODY PARKS AND RECREATION

Port Moody is home to Rocky Point Park, a lively outdoor park area with everything from a water spray park, to bike trails, a playground, and a boat launch.

Golden Spike Days are celebrated at Rocky Point Park once a year, in which the community comes together to celebrate music, arts, and local businesses. The park altogether includes 3.8 hectares of space, and is a great area to enjoy the outdoors by going for a walk down the pier, hiking the trails, or just having a picnic.

There are a number of hiking trails and beaches in the Port Moody Area. Old Orchard Park has a Shoreline Trail and smaller beach across the Burrard Inlet from Rocky Point Park. White Pine Beach is a man-made lake heading up to the Belcarra region, where there are a number of short and long, easy and difficult hikes for the outdoorsy. The Buntzen area is another fantastic place to go for hikes and enjoy Buntzen Lake, where they also have a dog park.

The old Ioco townsite also offers trails and grassy fields to residents and is especially popular with dog walkers.

Port Moody Recreation Centre is a hub for all sports and activities. Home to an Olympic size rink, there are a number of hockey players, figure skaters, and curlers that comes visit their multi-rinks and athlete’s lounge. The Rec centre also has a gym, hot tub, indoor court for basketball, tennis, roller hockey, badminton, and fencing. There is an indoor running track, as well as an outdoor soccer field where games are regularly hosted.

PORT MOODY MALLS AND SHOPPING

There are great retail stores dispersed through Port Moody. From Newport Village to St.Johns St to Heritage Mountain shops. Here is a great resource guide for Shopping local in Port Moody. Shop Local Port Moody |

PORT MOODY TRANSPORTATION

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.  The main hub in Port Moody is Port Moody Station off of St. John’s street. However, there are a number of smaller busses running through Port Moody that will take residents in to Coquitlam, up to Heritage Mountain, and throughout Ioco and Murray street.

Residents in the condo buildings around Suterbrook Village and Newport Village have easy access to both busses and the skytrain.

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.

For motorists, the easiest way in to Burnaby and Vancouver from Port Moody is Barnet Highway. This highway branches off from St. John’s street and turns in to Hastings Street, thus taking you all the way in to the Waterfront area of Vancouver. Alternatives are taking Lougheed Highway from Coquitlam, or heading up Clarke Street/North Road in to the Coquitlam West/Burnaby area in to Braid or New Westminster.

PORT MOODY ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Port Moody is coined “The City of the Arts,” and thus has a number of arts and entertainment that occurs in the city throughout the year.

Port Moody Arts Centre – Creativity Lives Here is a non-profit based in Port Moody, and a cultural hub for arts and education in our vibrant city. Each year, PoMoArts offers over 350 classes in the arts to students of all ages, from children to seniors. We are also home to a free contemporary art gallery, which showcases the work of established and emerging artists in our community.

Port Moody Ribfest – Port Moody Ribfest is a 3-day community festival that features live music, family-friendly activities and barbecued ribs in Rocky Point Park in Port Moody.

The Port Moody Farmer’s Market is a local market that occurs at the Port Moody recreation centre on Sundays throughout various seasons. It features a variety of local bakers, farmers, food trucks, and home-made goods. The Port Moody Rib Fest is another event hosted by the Port Moody Rotary Club. It is a community event featuring 3 Days of Delicious BBQ, Free Live Music, Craft Breweries & Family Entertainment!

Golden Spike Days Festival is also held annually at Port Moody’s Rocky Point Park. It features live music, local businesses, special events, and activities for all ages. It is one of the oldest and longest running family events in BC, and attracts upwards of 40,000 people, and commemorates the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway line and its arrival at the original western terminus in Port Moody where the LAST SPIKE was driven. It is run over the Canada Day Long weekend.

Brewers Row has become a popular site for locals and tourists to enjoy the best craft beers Port Moody has to offer. There are 4 different breweries to enjoy: Twin Sails brewery, Yellow Dog brewery, Parkside Brewery, and Moody Ales brewery. These breweries are right across from Rocky Point Park. Nearby Brewers Row, there is The Port Moody Station Museum which is owned and operated by the Port Moody Heritage Society and is part of their effort to promote increased awareness and knowledge of Port Moody, British Columbia’s heritage and history.

PORT MOODY MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Port Moody is served by School District 43 Port Moody, and offers two public high schools, two middle school and seven elementary schools.

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PORT MOODY HIGH SCHOOLS (SECONDARY)

Higher studies are in Coquitlam, which is just a stones throw from Port Moody’s neighboring city, at the 4,000-student David Lam Campus of Douglas College, which offers university transfer, career-training and academic-upgrading programs. The major university serving the Port Moody area is Simon Fraser University.

Port Moody is served by School District 43 Port Moody, and offers two public high schools, two middle school and seven elementary schools.

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