Fraser Milles - Coquitlam's only waterfront community will offer 5,500 new homes in 20 buildings.

2 King Edward Street, Coquitlam

Fraser Milles - Coquitlam's only waterfront community will offer 5,500 new homes in 20 buildings.

Fraser Mills Coquitlam – At a Glance

  • Fraser Mills presale is located at United Boulevard & King Edward Street in West Coquitlam, BC
  • master-planned community with 20 towers
  • 5,500 new homes
  • 200,000+ sq ft of commercial space
  • 9.4 acres of usable parkland
  • 48,000-sq-ft aquatic centre
  • future elementary school & daycare
  • employment space for approx. 1,700 jobs
  • multi-use trail corridor & riverfront promenade

Beedie Fraser Mills Coquitlam covers 96 acres on the north bank of the Fraser River.

A New Spirit on the Riverfront at Fraser Mills in Coquitlam

Located on the 95-acre site of the historic Fraser River Sawmill in South West  Coquitlam, Beedie Fraser Mills is a mixed-use, master-planned riverside community that will be developed over the next 25 years by Beedie Living.

Upon completion, Coquitlam new home project will provide a variety of housing options for 5,500 households in 20 towers; commercial and retail space that will employ 1,700 people; and public amenities that include a waterfront aquatic centre, an urban plaza, foreshore walkway, and 9.4 acres of usable parkland.

At full build out, this development will consist primarily of market condominiums and stacked townhomes, but also include 260 market rental and 200 non-market rental apartments.

A diverse range of commercial space will become home to cafes, a supermarket, restaurants, shops, offices, and light industrial space, such as Olivier’s La Boulangerie bakery which is already operating onsite.

There are also plans for on-site childcare and an elementary school. A seasonal farmer’s market and food trucks will add variety to the community’s food options. In addition to the green space on top of the parkades, amenities will also include bike trails, a soccer pitch, tennis courts, open gathering spaces, and public art.

To strengthen connectivity to the Lower Mainland municipalities, Beedie’s development plan includes cycling infrastructure, resident transit passes, car sharing, and enhanced transit service to the Braid Skytrain station.

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Beedie Fraser Mills Condo Presales

Debut Fraser Mills is the first of many new preconstruction condo developments to come to this riverside area of Coquitlam. Check back here for a list of upcoming buildings within this development.

Floor Plans for Fraser Mills Beedie Group

This new community will provide a variety of housing types for families and individuals, leading to a vital neighbourhood.

The diverse offering of residential buildings and unit types include low-rise, high-rise, and townhomes.

Homes will include market condominiums, rental homes, and below-market rental apartments with an additional $5.8 million contribution to the City of Coquitlam’s Affordable Housing Reserve Fund.

This project is currently in early presale phase. Please sign up to my VIP list above for priority access to Fraser Mills updates and floor plans.

Amenities at Fraser Mills Presale Condos

Amenities at Fraser Mills Presale - The Waterfront Urban Plaza is the civic heart of the community.

At the heart of Waterfront Village Centre is 9.4 acres of parkland, wharf, pier, plaza, trails, and community amenities, such as a bandstand and playground.

This new home development will also feature a refurbished wharf and a Riverside Linear Park that will integrate the surrounding community through a multi-use trail corridor and promenade along the bank of Fraser River.

A 48,000-sq-ft aquatic centre with an indoor pool will be dedicated to the City of Coquitlam for public use. The adjoining urban plaza will be paved with unique materials and include street furniture.

Developer Team

Beedie Development Group

Founded in 1950 by Keith Beedie, the Beedie Development Group remains a family-owned and operated real estate development company and a well-respected name in British Columbia business.

Launched in 2011, Beedie Living is the home-building division of the Beedie Development Group, bringing quality residential developments to communities throughout Metro Vancouver.

Previous projects featured here include The Heights on Austin, Kin Collection, and Storia.


Perkins+Will is an interdisciplinary, research-based architecture and design firm established in 1935.

More than 2,000 professionals across over 20 Perkins+Will offices include some of the brightest minds in architecture, interior design, branded environments, urban design, and landscape architecture.

The recipient of hundreds of design awards and a progressive leader in corporate social responsibility, Perkins+Will is consistently ranked among the world’s top design firms.

Projects featured previously include Dockside Green, Brightside, and Ivy on the Park.

Expected Completion for Fraser Mills

Expected Completion

Fraser Mills will be an entire new community so expect final completion to be in about 25 years.

Expect individual buildings to complete at consistent intervals over this time. Please sign up for more details and the estimated completion of individual buildings.

History of the Fraser Mills Coquitlam

Fraser Mills, located on the northern shore of the Fraser River in British Columbia, was originally the site of a sawmill known as the Ross McLaren Mill, which opened in 1889.

After a period of closure, the mill reopened as the Fraser River Sawmills. In the early 20th century, due to labor shortages, 400 Francophones were recruited from Quebec, settling in an area known as Maillardville.

Many Punjabi Sikhs also came to work in the mills and settled in Coquitlam. However, during the Great Depression, many workers were laid off, and wage reductions led to a ten-week strike. The mill eventually closed in 2001.

This new neighborhood is located in the southwestern part of Coquitlam, south of Maillardville. The city has designated the area as Waterfront Village Centre and has rezoned it for commercial and residential use. A development plan is in place to build 5,500 residential units on the land.

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