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Maillardville/ Central West, Coquitlam | Neighbourhood Profile

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A family neighbourhood par excellence.

Recognized as one of Greater Vancouver’s original bedroom communities, the six Coquitlam neighbourhoods located in the heart of the city are ideal for real estate buyers looking for predominantly single family homes and duplexes, with a smaller selection of townhomes and condominiums. Easy access shopping, schools and green spaces, in addition to affordability make the neighbourhoods of Coquitlam West, Harbour Chiens, Harbour Place, Chineside, Central Coquitlam & Mallardville a popular choice for families. Home ownership is high in Coquitlam Maillardville – Central West neighbourhoods with over 70% owning their own home on average. New Canadians represent over 40% of Coquitlam’s population, with the top three countries being China, South Korea & Iran. For vehicle owners, Coquitlam is super accessible with quick highway access to Burnaby, Vancouver, Surrey, Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge. For transit users, there are many options including the West Coast Express, Skytrain and extensive regular bus service. Coquitlam commuters have embraced the recent Evergreen Extension, a 10.9 km long extension of the Millennium Line of Metro Vancouver’s SkyTrain rapid transit system, running from Coquitlam Town Centre, through Port Moody, and then re-enters Coquitlam on North Road with a terminus at Lafarge-Lake Douglas. For residents of the six Coquitlam Maillardville – Central West neighbourhoods, the Lougheed Town Centre is an expanded newly reimagined 41 acre site with hundreds of stores and restaurants at the Lougheed Mall, a transit hub and 23 condo and office towers, Canada’s largest new master planned community. Other local shopping destinations include Burquitlam Plaza with a Shoppers Drug Mart, Panago Pizza and CIBC. While the Como Lake Village includes medical and dental clinics, restaurants, cafes, financial institutions & retail shops. For local dining spots, Central Coquitlam has a good selection of options from famous name fast food outlets to fine and family dining including Vietnamese, Italian and Greek restaurants. Close by is the increasingly famous Port Moody Ale Trail, featuring four local craft breweries.

Place des Arts is a non-profit teaching arts centre and music school located in the Maillardville neighbourhood…

For fresh air and green space, Central Coquitlam locals have easy access to Mundy Park, Coquitlam’s largest park featuring 176 hectres of urban forest in the heart of the city with an extensive network of trails, sports fields, recreational facilities and outdoor pool. The park has many walking trails that pass the park’s two lakes – Mundy Lake and Lost Lake. Mundy Park’s community pathway encircles the park and can be finished on foot within an hour. As a temperate rainforest, Mundy Park is home to owls, butterflies & bats. Larger animals such as deer and black bear frequent the forest at various times of the year. Culture wise, Place des Arts is a non-profit teaching arts centre and music school located in the Maillardville neighbourhood. Founded in 1972, the centre offers programs in visual arts, music, drama, dance & creative writing. Coquitlam Central West including Maillardville represents true real estate value when compared to Vancouver, the North Shore or Richmond. Buyers will discover a great mix of older and newer detached homes, in addition to a smaller selection of condos and townhomes. School District No. 43 in Coquitlam is the third largest in BC, where Coquitlam West and Maillardville has 11 elementary schools, 6 middle schools and 4 secondary schools. Private institutions include Traditional Learning Academy and Queen of all Saints Elementary.

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