Emerald Court at 1154 Westwood Street, Coquitlam, BC V3B 7J1, NWS3333. This incredible location is only steps to shopping at Coquitlam Center with numerous shops and supermarkets, recreation at Coquitlam Town Center, all levels of schools, library, community centers, transit including the West Coast Express a hassle-free and traffic-free commute to Downtown Vancouver, leisure center and arts theatre. You can also enjoy a relaxed stroll around Lafarge Park or a morning swim at the Coquitlam Aquatic Center. Emerald Court is a four storey low-rise 37 unit building completed in 1991 that features a beautiful landscaped garden, excellent floor plan, vaulted ceilings, crown mouldings and large windows that bring in tons of natural light. The kitchen has lots of cupboard space a definite must and theres also in-suite laundry, a storage locker and secured underground for your convenience. Enjoy great BBQs or a hot cup of coffee in your very own private covered balcony. This is a solid building in a quiet neighborhood live here today!
Crossroads are Westwood Street and Gleen Drive.
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Emerald Court Technical Info
||1154 Westwood Street
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|Units in Development: ||37|
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BCREA Housing Market Update (May 2018)
Housing Market Update for April 2018
Home sales for April were down 27% from last year. New listings for April were at 5,820.
March 2018 Market Housing Update
Sales for the first quarter of 2018 are down 13% From last year. March sales were down 30% from last year. Listing are still low.
February 2018 Housing Market Update
February sales were 9% below February 2017. 4,223 properties were listed in February
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BCREA Housing Market Update (April 2018)
Sales were down 25% across BC for March compared to March 2017. Listings are still low.