Burke Mountain Condos and Townhouses
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About the Burke Mountain area of Coquitlam:
Burke Mountain is a rapidly expanding community located in northeast Coquitlam, north of Port Coquitlam and east of Port Moody and Vancouver. An ideal location for young families to settle, Burke Mountain features pedestrian-friendly sidewalks and offers a great sense of neighborhood, with a number of elementary, middle and high schools, and both Douglas College and Simon Fraser University provide close-to-home post-secondary options. Located in the heart of the Lower Mainland, Burke Mountain already includes 25+ housing developments, an array of single family homes, townhomes and condo residences providing homes to roughly 30,000 Coquitlam residents.
With a wide array of shopping, restaurants, banks, cultural and recreational venues and great transit services in close proximity (including the bus, West Coast Express train, and the upcoming Evergreen Skytrain line), Burke Mountain also boasts a large number of parks, hiking paths and bike trails, allowing residents to pursue both urban and outdoor activities within a short trek from their homes.
Featuring Coquitlam's premier "Green Street", Burke Mountain promotes a sense of sustainability, with a particular focus on environmental preservation, as developers have taken special care to protect local waterways as well as the natural vegetation in the area. In particular, Wesbild, the largest developer in Burke Mountain, has driven the trend to enhance the natural landscape even with the construction of new homes, working closely with the City of Coquitlam to create The Foothills development, a 400-acre spread of land that will reflect Wesbild's ongoing commitment to minimizing the environmental impact of their work.