Coronation Park by Wesgroup – At a Glance
- located at Ioco Road & Barnet Highway
- six 26- & 31-storey towers
- 2,560 condominiums + 105 market rentals
- 76,669 sq ft of retail & restaurant space
- 29,000 sq ft of office space
- 9,500 sq ft of childcare space
- across from Inlet Centre Station
- 5-minute walk from Suter Brook Village shopping
- 12 minutes from Port Moody Recreation Complex
Wesgroup to Build 14.8-acre Port Moody Master-Planned Community
Wesgroup Properties will redevelop 59 single-family Port Moody houses into a mixed-use, master-planned community that will provide 2,560 strata and 105 market rental homes.
At least 10% of the rentals will be dedicated to seniors. Any rental tenant will be eligible for a rent-to-own program. Coronation Park Port Moody consists of six highrises of 26 and 31 storeys and low- to mid-rise buildings up to eight storeys.
In addition, over 100,000 sq ft of commercial space will include offices, small-scale retail spaces, restaurants, a supermarket, and a drug store.
Community amenities feature a daycare to accommodate up to 120 children, a 2.53-acre public park with an elevated pedestrian walkway, and a civic amenity with 2,000 sq ft of space.
A minimum of 16,000 sq ft of private indoor amenities will be provided to residents.
Coronation Park Location in Port Moody
Located in a very walkable neighbourhood, Coronation Park residents will appreciate being able to accomplish most errands on foot.
Additional shops, restaurants, and services can be found across the street at Suter Brook Village or a short walk up Ioco Road to Newport Village.
Opposite Newport Village is the Port Moody Public Library and Port Moody Recreation Complex which features ice rinks, a curling centre, basketball & tennis courts, gymnasiums, hot tub & steam room, weight room, and a walking track.
The Shoreline Trail offers a pleasant seaside stroll for you and your dog. Rocky Point Park and Brewers Row can also be reached via a short bike ride.
For car-free access beyond the neighbourhood, a pedestrian overpass to be built above Ioco Road will improve safe access to SkyTrain at nearby Inlet Centre Station.
Floor Plans for Coronation Park
A variety of homes will be offered to provide for the needs of diverse lifestyles and life stages, including family-oriented residences. The developer intends to offer a rent-to-own program that all Coronation Park residents will be eligible for.
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Amenities at Coronation Park
At the centre of the community is a 2.53-acre public park that includes an elevated pedestrian pathway, gardens, lawns, children’s play areas, outdoor fitness spaces, and urban agriculture.
Additional amenities include a 9,500-sq-ft daycare for 90 – 120 children, 2,000 – 4,000 sq ft of City-owned community space, a pedestrian overpass above Ioco Road for better connectivity to Inlet Centre Station, and $2 million in public art.
Parking and Storage
Underground parking will be located on the perimeter of the property.
Developer Team for Coronation Park
Wesgroup Properties is a family-owned real estate company that specializes in the development of sustainable, mixed-use spaces.
They provide complete, end-to-end real estate services, acquiring, developing, and managing health, retail, commercial, industrial, and residential properties for the long-term.
Beginning more than 50 years ago, Wesgroup has grown to become one of Western Canada’s largest private real estate companies, with significant land holdings — such as River District, Dunbar at 39th, and 16th & Cambie — currently under development and a property management portfolio of almost 2.3 million square feet in BC and Alberta.
Boniface Oleksiuk Politano Architects
Vancouver-based Boniface Oleksiuk Politano Architects is a full-service architectural practice with over 30 years of experience across North America.
From large-scale master plans to more intimate, community-based projects, BOP’s team has worked for a broad range of clients at all project stages.
Their work is based on a belief in the connectivity of buildings to their surroundings; that structures support the life of the street; and that a vibrant public realm creates better living environments.
A dense mix of uses in close proximity generate better community life and, ultimately, better societies.