3535 Princeton - 3535 Princeton Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3E 3H1, Canada. Strata plan number EPP29180. Crossroads are Princeton Avenue and Galloway Avenue. 27 executive townhomes with rooftop patios. 3, 4 & 5 bedroom townhomes boasting between 1,370 to 2,523 square feet of open living space. Developed by Nordel. Architecture by Focus Architecture. Interior design by Giraffe Design Group.
Located in northeast Coquitlam, the area is home to many of southern BCs finest outdoor sites. Less than 5 minutes by car are Pinecone Burke Provincial Park38,000 dazzling hectares of multi-use trails and stunning wildlifeCoquitlam River, Minnekhada Lookout, and the infamous Traboulay Trail.
All the amenities of city life are within easy reach with both Coquitlam Centre and Freemont Village a short drive away. But its the citys vision to adopt the Partington Creek Community Plan that has residents of this mountainside community abuzz. This ambitious design will include a promenade, marketplace, regionally inspired architecture, community amenities, and a commercial hub for shops, all set in a contemporary village setting.
Families with children will be pleased to find the area is served by multiple schools, including: Hampton Park and Leigh Elementary, Ecole Coquitlam River Elementary, Minnekhada Middle School and Terry Fox Secondary.
For those looking to connect with other areas of the Lower Mainland, access to Lougheed Highway, Mary Hill Bypass and Trans-Canada Highway are a short drive. In addition, Coquitlam Central SkyTrain station and The West Coast Express offer public transit options.
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Easy access to nature has always been one of Metro Vancouver’s most appealing traits. For as long as anyone can remember, homebuilders have touted the ability of residents to live and work in a modern, cosmopolitan setting and within minutes find themselves hiking on a nature trail, sunning themselves on a beach or playing in the snow on top of a mountain.
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Vancouver property investment has significantly slowed down this year
These factors have compounded the pressure from a lower number of renovictions and strict government policies – the Residential Tenancy Act, in particular. The latter measure has affected investors and apartment owners especially hard.
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James said Thursday she is cautiously optimistic about easing prices in the real estate market after announcing the province collected $115 million from the tax in the 2018-19 fiscal year.
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