At the heart of Coquitlam’s bustling Town Centre area, you will find the vibrant urban neighbourhood of North Coquitlam. North Coquitlam is a dense, walkable area with excellent schools, accessible transit, abundant recreation, shopping and culture nearby. This neighbourhood is bordered by Lougheed Highway, Johnson Street, Pipeline Road and Guildford Way. Among British Columbia’s largest regional shopping malls you will find Coquitlam Centre. Residents of North Coquitlam enjoy quick and convenient access to all the great services and opportunities afforded by Coquitlam Centre and much more.
Residents of this remarkable neighbourhood also enjoy Town Centre Park which boasts multiple natural and artificial turf pitches for football, soccer, baseball, softball, field hockey and lacrosse. Additionally there are track and field facilities at Percy Perry Stadium. Less vigorous recreation opportunities await at the picturesque park surrounding the man-made Lafarge Lake. The five-hectare lake was once a quarry but is now encircled by a park and scenic walking trails. Next to Lafarge Lake you’ll discover the impressive Evergreen Cultural Centre. The Centre features an art gallery, art studios, a rehearsal hall and a 257 seat theatre for live performances.
The wonderful amenities and features of this neighbourhood also include the City Centre Aquatic Complex. Sitting across Pinetree Way, the Aquatic Complex hosts numerous activities for all ages and includes a wave pool, synchronized swimming, competitive swimming and fitness programs for the whole family. Students residing in North Coquitlam attend Glen Elementary, Maple Creek Middle and Pinetree Secondary. Within walking distance or a quick bus connection there are three commuter rail stations, Coquitlam Central, Lincoln and Lafarge Lake-Douglas. Additionally, North Coquitlam residents have quick and convenient access to Barnet and Lougheed highway. With a great location and all these fabulous features, North Coquitlam is a must-consider destination for homebuyers looking to relocate in the Coquitlam area. Most of the homes in North Coquitlam are condos and townhomes that are less than ten to fifteen years old.
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