Highland Park - 304 Highland Way, Port Moody, BC V3H 3V7, NWS971 - located in North Shore area of Port Moody, near the crossroads Highland Way and Balmoral Drive. Highland Park is steps away from Coronation Park Elementary, Sunrise Day Care, Rocky Point Park, West Coast Express, Newport Village and City Hall. Shoppers Drug Mart, IGA Market, Starbucks, Port Moody Public Library, Port Moody Civic Centre, Inlet Theatre, Port Moody Arena, Recreation Centre, International Training in Communication, Innovative Fitness and Eagle Ridge Hospital are in the neighbourhood. You can enjoy your dinner in one of the restaurants that are near the complex. Nagano Japanese, Browns Socialhouse Newport and Rodos Kouzina Mediterrannean Grill are steps away. Highland Park was built in 1979 with a frame-wood construction and wood exterior finishing. It is a condominium consisting of 150 homes, each of three or two bedrooms. There are 48 units at 301 to 311 Afton Lane and 102 units at 301 to 319 Highland Way. In the center of the complex is the recreation building Highland Park Centre with a playground, a swimming pool, a hot tub, a patio, a meeting room and an office. The complex has become graced with mature trees and greenery, while new centres of Port Moody's social life have been moving to its area. Most homes offer in-suite laundry, good size bedrooms, a patio, a private balcony, a private garden and laminate floors. The complex has been totally renovated with new windows, sliding glass doors, fences and sidewalks.
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