The craziness that was last spring’s housing market seems to have subsided somewhat, but that doesn’t mean affordable, centrally located homes are exactly easy to find. Proximity to transit, schools, parks, shopping and amenities still feel like a luxury for potential homeowners. The comps aren’t always encouraging, even in areas once thought to be affordable or “up and coming” but that’s why we have begun to get excited about what’s happening in the Tri-Cities.
Located in the centre of Metro Vancouver, the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody) have become a fantastic alternative to areas like Burnaby, New Westminster, and the Fraser Valley. It’s convenient, is near major transit lines and useful amenities and has plenty of parks, lakes and hiking trails to enjoy throughout the year. Parc East is a new development in the area that’s offering a wide range of homes suitable for first time buyers, families, investors and practically everything in between. In addition to being centrally located, units in Parc East include:
• Designer kitchens and bathrooms
• Quartz countertops
• Stainless steel appliances
• Large kitchen islands with in-island seating
• Durable laminate flooring
• Private patios ranging from 150-48- sq ft
• 12’ ceilings in top floor units
Space is another issue currently on the mind of Vancouver buyers. Fortunately, in Parc East you can choose between a two bedroom, two bedroom plus den, one bedroom or a studio apartment, along with access to a cardio gym, amenity room, outdoor children’s play area and electric vehicle charging station.
If you’re looking for more space but aren’t willing to sacrifice convenience or access to all the wonderful and wild things that make life on the West Coast so wonderful, we highly recommend looking into Parc East and the Tri-Cities.
For more information, visit www.parceast.ca. VIP registrations are now open and VIP registrants will have an advanced opportunity to purchase this limited collection of homes.
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