Outdoor adventure, heritage character, and an active arts scene—welcome to port moody. This fabulous waterfront community offers quick access to downtown Vancouver via the West Coast Express and the soon-to-arrive Evergreen Line.
Burrard Inlet at your front door and the Coast Mountains in your backyard. There’s outdoor recreation for every age and interest, from landscaped play areas to rugged trails. Explore Rocky Point Park’s walking paths and spray park or crank up the adrenalin at Bert Flinn Park’s 138 hectares of mountain biking terrain. Challenge your cardio system with the Coquitlam Crunch (Tri-Cities’ answer to the Grouse Grind). Boat on Buntzen Lake, swim in Sasamat Lake’s warm waters, and bask in the sun at White Pine Beach. And if your preferred activity is picnicking, visit Old Orchard Park’s sandy beach, barbecue shelter, and adventure playground.
This “City of the Arts” hosts many festivals and is rich in history (63 buildings are listed with the Heritage Register). If it sounds like a charming place to live, it is. Part of Port Moody’s character lies in its villages. While tiny Belcarra and Anmore have retained their semi-rural identity, Newport Village and Suter Brook Village are your sources for dynamite rolls, gelato, and mochaccinos. Soon, a third urban village will be added to the city’s retail character with the emerging Oceanfront District.
The Strand will be coming later this year to Port Moody Centre’s picturesque Oceanfront District, a location rich in heritage, culture and community. The area is quiet and safe and within walking distance to shops, restaurants, transit and Port Moody’s iconic Rocky Point Park. A mixed-use building, The Strand puts the convenience of small family-friendly retail at street level and 84 well-appointed 1- and 2-bedroom homes above.
Live in the heart of this unique historic community. Express your interest in The Strand by registering at townline.ca and we’ll share the details of this exciting new development as they unfold.