Como - 626 Como Lake, Coquitlam, BC V3J 3M4, 4 Levels, 42 Units, Estimated completion in April or May 2014, Crossing roads: Como Lake Avenue and Clarke Road. Consisting of 42 strata title condominium units in four storey building, Como by Urban Current Development is set in the Burquitlam neighborhood of Coquitlam. A place where nature inspires and opportunities excite, yet it's only walking distance to shopping and community amenities.
Inside, its studio, 1 bed, 1 bed + den, 2 bed, and 2 bed + den units ranging from 455 to 1,017 sq. ft. feature 9' ceilings, quality laminate flooring, composite stone countertops, engineered wood veneer cabinetry, high-end S/S appliances, Kohler faucets and fixtures, and European tiles on walls and flooring in bathrooms. Expansive balconies invite outdoor living and secure underground parking welcome residents of every home.
Como is steps away from the future Evergreen Line, blocks from Como Lake Park, Mountain View Elementary, Ecole Bantling Middle School, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Blue Mountain Park, and a five-minute drive to Simon Fraser University, Lougheed SkyStrain station, Lougheed Town Center, Real Canadian Superstore, IKEA, Burnaby Public Library, and Vancouver Golf Club.
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