The area is bounded on the west and south by two arterial roads namely Coast Meridian Road and Victoria Drive, and bisected by a third arterial roadway, David Avenue. This newer neighborhood is the third in a series for the Northeast Coquitlam area to be planned, serviced and accessed from the City’s Town Centre.
The Smiling Creek Neighborhood Plan (SCNP) area is located to the east of
the Upper Hyde Creek Village Neighborhood Plan (UHCVNP) and Lower Hyde Creek Village Neighborhood Plan (LHCVNP) areas in Northeast Coquitlam.
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What are the neighborhoods close to Smilling Creek?
The closest neighborhoods to Smilling Creek include New Horizons, Westwood Plateau, North Coquitlam and Scott Creek. Out of the nearby neighborhoods, Westwood Plateau has the highest average home price of $1,414,000 and North Coquitlam has the most affordable average home price of $706,000.
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Smilling Creek New Construction Real Estate Market
There are 2 new home developments in Smilling Creek, Coquitlam, all low-rise that are planned, under construction or recently completed. There are 2 townhouse developments in Smilling Creek , and the median price per square foot for a low-rise home is $477. The most active developer in Smilling Creek is MetroVan.
Smilling Creek Demographics
- Smilling Creek has a Livability Score of 70/100, which is considered average
- Smilling Creek crime rates are 25% lower than the Coquitlam average
- Cost of living in Smilling Creek is 4% higher than the Coquitlam average
- Smilling Creek real estate prices are 8% higher than the Coquitlam average
- Rental prices in Smilling Creek are equal to the Coquitlam average
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Smilling Creek Livability
- The population density in Smilling Creek is 161% higher than Coquitlam
- The median age in Smilling Creek is 13% lower than Coquitlam
- In Smilling Creek 35.11% of the population is Chinese
- In Smilling Creek 7.63% of the population is Korean
- In Smilling Creek 6.07% of the population is South Asian
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Which SkyTrain stations are in Coquitlam?
Translink and Coast Mountain Bus Service (CMBS) provide the City of Coquitlam with public transit and trip planning. View current alerts, fares and passes, and transit system maps for more information.
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. 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.
View Translink’s schedules below for all their transportation options:
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