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Parkridge

550 8th Street


New Westminster, V3M 3R9 VNWUP - Uptown NW

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Parkridge MLS® Listings

303 550 EIGHTH STR.. 2 Bed, 1 Bath,982 Sqft.  $498,000 Team 3000 Realty Ltd.
303 550 EIGHTH STR.. 2 Bed, 1 Bath,982 Sqft.  $498,000 Team 3000 Realty Ltd.
(Nearby Listing)
104 530 NINTH STREET 2 Bed, 1 Bath,2038 Sqft.  $575,000 Sutton Group-West Coast Realty
(Nearby Listing)
301 530 NINTH STREET 1 Bed, 1 Bath,581 Sqft.  $418,900 RE/MAX Sabre Realty Group
(Nearby Listing)

MLS® Listings Summary (1) New Projects under Construction  Area MLS® Listings  Our Listings 
(Open houses highlighted in yellow)

MLS® Address Style BD BA Area Mnt Price F/Plan
1 R2468113 303 550 Eighth Street 5 Plus Level 2 1 982 $407 $498,000 N/A
Listings Listed By:  1. Team 3000 Realty Ltd.   
Legend: BD - Bedroom, BA - Bathroom, Mnt - Maintenance Fee, $/sqft - Dollars per square foot.
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Building Info

Parkridge - 550 8th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3R9, NWS1891 - Located in the area of Uptown in New Westminster on 8th Street and 6 Avenue. This is a central location that is close to restaurants, coffee shops, recreation, parks, schools at all levels including Douglas College, Royal City Shopping centre, medical services and more! Direct access to major highways allows an easy commute to surrounding destinations including Surrey, Richmond and downtown Vancouver. Parkridge offers nine levels with 49 homes built in 1981 that are professionally managed by Century 21 604-273-1745. Most homes feature spacious floor plans, insuite laundry and covered balconies that boast views of the Fraser River, Richmond and city surrounding. This is a well maintained building that features wheelchair access, elevators, live-in caretaker, shared laundry facilities, secured parking, storage lockers, manicured gardens and visitor parking. This is an adult oriented community that offers comfortable condo living - Live at Parkridge!

 

 

 

 

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Parkridge Technical Info

Building Name Parkridge
Address 550 8th Street
City New Westminster
Neighborhood Uptown NW
Listing Price Range N/A
Floors 9
Units in Development: 49
Units in Strata:49
Property Types Freehold Strata
Sub Categories:Strata
Year Built 1981
Strata Website century21pel.com/
Management Century 21 Prudential Esta
  604-273-1745
  604-273-9021
 inquiries@Century21..
Restrictions Details
Strata Plan NWS1891
Title to Land Freehold Strata
  

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Other Buildings in Complex/Area

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  2. B Fraserview Apartments - 505 NINTH STREET - NWP14688
  3. C Parkhurst Manor - 505 9TH STREET - NWP14688
  4. D Berkley Place - 739 PRINCESS STREET - LMS2454
  5. E The Heritage - 710 7TH AVE - NWS332
  6. F Moody Park Homes - 423 Eighth STREET - EPS907
  7. G Diplomat - 707 8TH STREET - NWS920
  8. H Grosvenor Court - 910 Fifth AVE - NWP35363
  9. I Regency Court - 436 SEVENTH STREET - NWS982
  10. J Regency Court - 436 7TH STREET - NWS982
  11. K Huntington West - 1009 HOWAY STREET - LMS647
  12. L Ashington Court - 425 ASH STREET - NWS162
  13. M Belmont Tower - 615 BELMONT STREET - NWS2089
  14. N The Statesman - 740 HAMILTON STREET - NWS236
  15. O Viceroy - 609 Belmont STREET -
  16. P Viceroy - 608 BELMONT STREET - BCP49488
  17. Q The Fifth Avenue - 612 5TH AVE - NWS3159
  18. R Belmont Tower - 534 6TH STREET - NWS2089
  19. S Moody Gardens - 777 8TH STREET - NWS2534
  20. T Belmont Tower - 534 SIXTH STREET - NWS2089
  21. U The Heritage - 710 SEVENTH AVE - NWS332
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Real Estate Related News Articles(Sun and Province) Search News  

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# Article Publish Date Source
1 The impact of Covid-19 increasing the rental availability in downtown Toronto

“The influx in inventory gives renters more options to choose from at a better price, which is a very different picture from last year when rental vacancies were at an all-time low.”


Zoocasa: Rental supply up 257% in downtown Toronto #LesTwarog
2020/07/24 Mortgage Broker News
2 1 out of 10 Canadians thinking to move back home

Approximately one million Canadians (4 per cent) said they are thinking of moving in with family. 

Of those moving, by far the biggest trend are grown adults moving back in with their parents. About 1.5 million Canadians have said they have moved home due to the COVID-19 crisis, and 860,917 parents have said their kids have already moved back in. 


One million adults plan to move back home #LesTwarog
2020/07/23 Western Investor
3 Teranet-National Bank data report that housing market will slowdown

Teranet addressed the optimism shown in other reporting data. The organization remained cautious, however, about the state of Canada’s housing market. 

“According to CREA, overall Canadian home sales returned to a more normal level, and this should be soon reflected in land registries,” the release reads. “But question marks still lie ahead. We expect the Canadian unemployment rate to remain elevated for a while. In this context, demand for housing may decrease due to a reduction in immigration and would-be first-time homebuyers not being able to qualify for a mortgage loan.”


Despite recent sales activity, fresh Teranet-National Bank data points to decl
2020/07/21 Mortgage Broker News
4 The road to a full recovery, defined as economic activity reaching its pre-COVID-19 level, B.C

British Columbia is poised to weather the economic uncertainty of the COVID-19 better than all other provinces, according to a new report from Deloitte Canada.

“The B.C. economy will be the outperformer, posting the mildest downturn and returning to pre-COVID levels the quickest,” Deloitte Canada chief economist Craig Alexander wrote in a June 25 outlook.


B.C. will lead post-pandemic recovery #LesTwarog
2020/07/17 Western Investor
5 Some economist predicting those near zero-rates still continue

The BOC also announced it will continue aggressive quantitative easing policies to inject liquidity into the Canadian economy, as it recovers from the shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been buying Canadian government bonds at a rate of $5 billion per week.

“This QE program is making borrowing more affordable for households and businesses and will continue until the recovery is well underway,” the BOC said in a press news release Wednesday, July 15.


Near-zero lending rates will continue #LesTwarog
2020/07/16 Western Investor
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