Coquitlam City Centre Houses for Sale
Search all City Centre houses for sale and real estate listings below. City Centre is a bustling neighbourhood in the heart of Coquitlam, BC. City Centre offers the ultimate convenience of shopping, recreation, amenities and access to transit, including the SkyTrain and a West Coast Express. This is the most urban of areas in Coquitlam, with numerous different malls, squares, and retail shops. Coquitlam Centre Mall, City Centre Aquatic Complex, Douglas College, and Lake Lafarge Park are located here.
High-rise condos and apartments are the primary residential real estate type. However, around the border of the neighbourhood, there are some single-family residential streets. Each condominium has benefits for home buyers, including shops on the ground floor, fitness centres, lounge rooms, and game rooms. Celadon House, Evergreen by Bosa, and Windsor Gate Community are only a few of the high-rise buildings residents call home. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in City Centre, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Coquitlam real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Coquitlam City Centre
This area has it all in terms of real estate. There are commercial buildings for sale, hi-rise and low rise apartments, single-family homes, and co-ops! While already urban, this neighbourhood continues to develop. There are multiple towers close to the convenient Coquitlam Centre, with these apartments ranging from 1-3 bedrooms typically, like the Frontenac building. Many of these buildings have lovely cafes and barber shops, meaning convenience is only steps away! While you may be in the heart of Coquitlam, you do not have to compromise on beautiful mountain views because views from multiple sides of these apartments are common.
A little bit north of Coquitlam Centre (still in the city centre), you will find single-family homes as well as lower-rise apartments like Dearwood Court on Pipeline Road. Known as the area called River Springs, these homes were built in the 1970s, roughly at the same time Coquitlam Centre was built. These houses are excellent investment and development opportunities! These typically two-storey homes tend to be renovated and well kept. Some homes here have separate entry suites, and some have inlaw suites, perfect for a student attending Douglas College - a mere 15-minute walk away. These homes are right next to Lake Lafarge Park and Town Centre Park, close to the Coquitlam River and the Coquitlam River Trail.
Just north of Douglas college is a housing co-op named Westwood Housing Co-operative, owned by Community Land Trust. Westwood Housing is one of a few housing co-ops in this area aimed at assisted living for seniors.
Commercial real estate opportunities abound in this neighbourhood with various retail options. This includes restaurants, grocers, and office spaces, many of which provide fantastic foot traffic. Many of these smaller offices hold medical, dental, and accountant services, convenient for those who live nearby.
About Coquitlam City Centre
Coquitlam Centre mall was the primary catalyst for this area becoming Coquitlam City Centre. Development started in 1979, and this mall has had subsequent expansions since then. There are several schools to choose from and a wide array of housing styles and options. Everything is an easy walk away in this neighborhood, both in time and in pedestrian-friendly streets.
City Centre is perfect for working locally or for commuting downtown. There are three main access points to the Skytrain - Coquitlam Central, Lincoln, and Lafarge-Lake Douglas. Several bus routes span from Maple Ridge to Vancouver on a single bus, making City Centre a prime location for commuters.
There are many restaurants and food options, from a fancy dine-in experience to a quick bite. Despite being the most urban neighbourhood in Coquitlam, there are a number of nature-filled strolls and hikes, thanks to proactive city planning. This area also holds Coquitlam city hall, main police station, and main fire hall.
Things to do in Coquitlam City Centre
Coquitlam Public Library
This library is one of two branches and is situated right in the heart of the City Centre. There is a tonne of events, programs, and services here! They host print and document services as well as a 3-D printing station! Events for adults range from Career Prep Workshops to Film Discussion Groups to Trivia Nights! For kids, they have a chess club, a robotics class, and a Learning to Code workshop.
Lake Lafarge/Town Centre Park
Nearby the Evergreen Cultural Centre is Lake Lafarge and Town Centre Park. These two side-by-side parks offer a whole host of recreational and sporting events. Included here are a waterpark, skate park, and sand volleyball courts. This space is undergoing considerable upgrades and developments like the TD community Plaza and the Salmon Art Sculpture. Town Centre Park is home to various athletics, like kids' soccer and Percy Perry Stadium- where track and field events are held. Food is offered here from the most popular food trucks, including Rocky Point Ice Cream.
Coquitlam Centre is the largest shopping centre in the Tri-Cities area and has a vast array of shopping options. The mall has expanded over the years and now hosts over 200 stores. Conveniently located next to multiple SkyTrain stations, this mall draws shopping from nearby smaller communities like Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. It has six anchor stores, including Walmart and Best Buy.
City Centre Aquatic Complex
This aquatic centre is centrally located right next to Lafarge-Lake Douglas SkyTrain station. The amenities here include an Eight-lane Olympic-sized lap pool, a Free-form wave pool(with waves), and a relaxation area complete with a Dry Sauna, Steam Room and Whirlpool. There are various fitness courses, including Yoga and Pilates and this Aquatic Complex includes Adult and Kids drop-in and pre-registering activities.