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A vibrant, affordable riverfront community.

Ideally situated right in the heart of Vancouver Metro, the city of Port Coquitlam is highly regarded by families for quiet neighbourhoods and affordability. In Port Coquitlam, you’ll either live on the north or the south side of this increasingly popular Vancouver suburb. There’s quick commuter access to Vancouver, Burnaby or the North Shore via Highway 1, the Lougheed Highway or high-speed Skytrain with the recent addition of the Evergreen Skytrain extension to Coquitlam. Plus, Translink bus service is frequent in Port Coquitlam, with connections to Skytrain stations and neighbouring municipalities. Port Coquitlam South is home to historic downtown Port Coquitlam, enjoying renewed life with the arrival of new retailers, independent shops, cafes & dinner theatre. Port Coquitlam, the home of Canadian hero Terry Fox, offers increased affordability compared to Vancouver, with interest in local properties up 5 percent in the past year reports Real Estate Weekly. In fact, home ownership is about 80% in the Port Coquitlam South neighbourhoods. Port Coquitlam offers numerous nature parks and award-winning lagoons featuring 266 hectare of beautifully maintained parkland and trail networks connecting various corners of the city. With the spectacular Coast Mountains located to the north, Port Coquitlam is situated between the Pitt, Fraser and Coquitlam rivers. For outdoor lovers, it is home to Colony Farm Regional Park at 260 hectares in size. Once a large working farm, today it provides important habitat for many species of animals and over 200 bird species.

…family-friendly with nearby greenspace, while being close to excellent shopping, amenities and professional services.

The four neighbourhoods of Port Coquitlam South include Central Port Coquitlam, Lower Mary Hill, Mary Hill and Citadel. Home buyers will find a majority of single family homes, in addition to condominium, townhomes and commercial areas. For Port Coquitlam South residents, locals are able to enjoy easy access to the neighbourhood’s historic downtown, the Terry Fox Library and the PoCo Recreation Centre with a new Community Recreation Complex being constructed on the site – slated to open in 2021. Port Coquitlam South is definitely family-friendly with nearby greenspace, while being close to excellent shopping, amenities and professional services. As part of School District #43, Port Coquitlam South has 5 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and Riverside Secondary School, where Riverside’s athletics is second to none is the BC with individual and team champions at league, district, and provincial levels. The arts figures prominently in Port Coquitlam with great support for their Sunday Coffee Concerts and Cinema Under the Stars. May Day in Port Coquitlam dates back to 1923, with nine days of free family activities, local culture, live entertainment and highlighted by the Rotary May Day Parade. June to October, the Port Coquitlam Farmer’s Market features locally grown vegetables, fruit & baked goods, in addition to goods from local artisans. Port Coquitlam has plenty of fine and ethnic cuisines offering Italian, Greek, Indian Vietnamese and well known Canadian restaurant brands. Plus Port Coquitlam is now a destination for craft brewing, with a third micro-brewery ready to open in the historic CP Rail city, all approved by Port Coquitlam’s smart growth committee. Historic downtown Port Coquitlam is home to City Hall, a popular community gathering place for local events and outdoor concerts. Here you’ll find the annual PoCo Grand Prix, where champion cyclists from around the world gather every July.

In addition to the pedestrian friendly shops and services of historic downtown Port Coquitlam, excellent shopping is close by for residents of Port Coquitlam South along the Lougheed Highway at Mary Hill Bypass including Costco, Home Depot and Save-On-Foods.

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