Black+Whites - 528 Foster Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3J 3W2, Canada. Crossroads are Aspen Street and Whiting Way. Black+Whites features 32 townhomes in phase 1. There will be 107 townhomes in total. Estimated completion is Fall/Winter 2014. Developed by Intracorp Projects Ltd.. The Black+Whites on Foster are classic, light-filled three-storey townhomes in Coquitlam. These homes are sophisticated and tailored, and yet genuine, familiar and inviting. You get your own front door, your own yard, attached parking and renowned Intracorp scrutiny of every last detail.
Nearby parks include Burquitlam Park, Cameron Park and Stoney Creek Park. Nearby schools include KIDS VILLAGE MONTESSORI PRESCHOOL, Mountain View Elementary, Banting Middle School and Roy Stibbs Elementary School. The closest grocery stores are Refa Supermarket, Save-On-Foods and Jimmy the Greek. Nearby coffee shops include Tim Hortons, Cumpari's Gelato E Caffe Inc and Starbucks Coffee Co. There are 28 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including New Szechuan Restaurant, Panago Pizza and Wonjo BBQ Noodle Restaurant.
Black+Whites Technical Info
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||Intracorp Projects Ltd.|
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