Emerald Court - 6930 Balmoral Street, Burnaby, BC V5E 1J5, LMS1784 - Located on Balmoral Street and Salisbury Avenue in the popular Highgate subarea of Burnaby South - a vibrant urban community filled with local amenities, entertainment venues, recreational facilities, schools, conveniences, shopping and restaurants. Emerald Court is also close to theatres, libraries and numerous parks for outdoor enjoyment. The notable landmarks around Emerald Court include Michael J Fox Theatre, National Nikkei Heritage Centre Society, Highland Park Line, Southridge and Byrne Creek Urban Trails, Metropolis at Metrotown and Richmond Park. Direct access to the Kingsway and other major routes allows for an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Vancouver, Richmond and New Westminster. Emerald Court is close to Morley Elementary and Edmonds Community Schools, Highgate Preschool, PrimeCare Medical Clinic, Highgate Village shopping Centre, YYoga, Rona Home Centre and a wide variety of ethnic restaurants including Lhy Thai, Pizza Pizza, Me-N-Ed's Pizza Parlor, House of Wings Restaurant and Lounge Balkan House and many others. Emerald Court is a three level complex built in 1995 that consists of 14 units featuring open floor plan, gas fireplace, in suite laundry, walk-in closet and large balcony or large patio for ground level units. The complex also offers covered parking and locker. Maintenance fees include garbage pickup, gardening, gas and management. Emerald Court offers great living in the heart of the popular and safe neighbourhood.
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