Metro - 6857 Royal Oak Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5J 4J3, Canada. Crossroads are Imperial Street and Burlington Avenue. Metro features 60, 2 and 3-stories townhouses. Completed in 2012. Developed by Mosaic Homes. The saltbox inspired design features corner wrap windows, shadow box window settings as well as mew entryways and garden patios for most homes. In addition, the Metrotown Burnaby METRO rowhomes will also feature suspended canopies and spacious interiors that allow for 2 to 3 bedrooms and multiple bathrooms. Each home has its own architecture flair, but all represent great value and an even better location. Nearby parks include MacPherson Park, Bonsor Park and Kisbey Park. Nearby schools include Children First Learning Centre, St. Francis de Sales Elementary School and Champlain Heights Elementary School. The closest grocery stores are Buy-low Foods, T&T Supermarket and Save-on Foods. Nearby coffee shops include Ki Tea House Cafe Inc, 7-Eleven and 7-Eleven. There are 92 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Librascale.com, Fratelli Specialty Food Inc. and Duron Pacific Restorations Ltd.
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REBGV Housing Market Update For September 2018
BCREA Housing Market Update (October 2018)
BC home sales are down 33% compared to September last year. Listings in September were up 24% compared to last year.
Housing Market Update for August 2018
August sales are down 37% from the same period last year. Listings are up 30%
BCREA Housing Market Update (September 2018)
BC home sales are down 26% compared to August of last year. Listings were up 21% compared to last year.
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REBGV August 2018 Market Housing Update
Sales in July were down 30% compared to July last year. July had 4,770 new listings.
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