Bike-friendly streets, nature-filled parks, and a ton of new residential homes are emerging in West Coquitlam, turning this beloved neighbourhood into a vibrant pocket of urbanity, filled with amenities, convenience, and, above all, good people.
At Burnaby’s summit sits SFU; A beautiful campus that offers a range of programs, including the award-winning Beedie School of Business–one of the top business schools in the world.
Oakdale’s charm is growing upwards with higher-density dwellings. And with more neighbours come more opportunities; new parks, roads, greenways, cycling networks and transit are all on the way.
Port Moody is a craft beer lovers’ heaven. With 4 breweries on the same road, you can easily hop around and sample a variety of rich and flavourful brews that are perfect for any season.
The new transit-oriented hub will be a short walk from home. A place for connections and conversations. Safeway, transit, parks, retail, recreation, services—you name it, Burquitlam Plaza’s got it.
Port Moody’s best-known park; a popular spot for picnics, water sports, and staying cool on warm summer nights. Enjoy incredible views of the Burrard Inlet while snacking on Pajo’s Fish & Chips and Rocky Point Ice Cream.
Authentic, quality and convenience all in one place. H-mart is a popular Korean-inspired supermarket that offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for traditional ingredients or simply want to try something new.
Hop on over to H-Mart for some snacks, kimbap or pastries, or dine-in at any of the dozens of locally-owned restaurants on North Road for some flavour-filled BBQ, noodles, kimchi, and everything else delicious.
A popular spot for solo exercise, dog walking and family fun. The flat, 1km trail around the lake offers a beautiful backdrop all-year-round. And if you’ve got kids— grounders and bird feeding will surely become a favourite pastime.
Just like Brentwood Mall, Lougheed Shopping Centre is making an epic transformation, bringing new shops and services to the city centre. Head west on the Expo Line to check out what’s happening in the next metropolis.
One of the community’s prized possessions and for good reason. Lush forests, foot paths, wildlife, playgrounds, sports fields and an outdoor pool make this park special.
Good trails for hiking and biking, packed with view points showing off the Lower Mainland’s stunning backdrop. And if you go there on a cloudy day, there’s a good chance you’ll have the trail to yourself.
The oldest golf club currently operating in the Lower Mainland, known for its exceptional service, pristine greens and great practice facilities. Join the waitlist or play as a guest with a member to enjoy all the perks of this private club.