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
||550 8th Street
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January 2018 Market Housing Update
BCREA Housing Market Update (February 2018)
BC homes sales were at 18% compared to January 2017. Listings were down 8.6% compared to a year ago.
REBGV 2017 Year in Review Market Housing Update
Sales for 2017 were 10% above the 10 year average and listing were down 4.4% for the 10 year average.
BCREA Housing Market Update (January 2018)
Sales across BC last year were down 7.5%. Sales in December were up 21.5% compared to December 2016. Listing were down 2.5% compared to December 2016.
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