At a Glance
- located at Laval Square & Laval Street
- 41 modern townhouses & restored heritage homes
- near Zone Bowling & Cineplex Cinemas
- close to big box stores, like IKEA & Canadian Tire
- 3-minute walk to Place Maillardville Community Centre
- 7 minutes from Mackin Park sports fields & spray park
- 5-minute drive to Highway 1
- 5 minutes from Eaglequest Golf
- 7-minute drive to Braid Station
- 7 minutes from Hard Rock Casino
Life on the Square
Coming soon to Coquitlam’s Maillardville neighbourhood, Laval is a collection of 41 heritage and contemporary townhomes and garden flats by Domus Homes that is situated on historic Laval Square. Designed by Birmingham & Wood Architects, timeless exteriors are paired with stylish, modern interiors by i3 Design to create life-long memories in a community both rich in history and ready for a new chapter.
At Laval, you can gather, play, and rest with ease, yet everyday necessities are conveniently close. Just a short drive away, along Lougheed Highway between Brunette and Schoolhouse, you’ll find IKEA, Canadian Tire, Mark’s, Toys”R”Us, Real Canadian Superstore, Bed Bath & Beyond, Dollarama, and more. Mackin Park features a spray park, little league baseball diamond, tennis courts, and athletic field. A quick walk down Schoolhouse, there’s Zone Bowling and Cineplex Cinemas with UltraAVX for the next level in movie experience. Nearby Eaglequest Golf offers fun for the whole family with a driving range, mini golf, and a 9-hole par 3 course. For weekend outings and summer vacation, you’re on your way along the Trans-Canada Highway in just five minutes. At Laval, create moments today to treasure tomorrow.
Pricing for Laval
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Floor Plans for Laval
Laval offers a selection of restored heritage homes, contemporary townhomes, and garden flats with the following mix:
- 4 x 1-bedroom
- 15 x 2-bedroom
- 22 x 3-bedroom
Contact me today to discuss availability and plans according to your needs.
Amenities at Laval
Laval residents will enjoy shared use of a clubhouse that features a lounge/party room, yoga studio, multimedia room, and a kitchen. Outside, there are garden plots and a children’s play space.
Parking and Storage
An underground garage will provide storage lockers, storage for 56 bicycles, and parking for 82 resident and 8 visitor vehicles.
Maintenance Fees at Laval
Developer Team for Laval
Domus Homes is a nimble team of life-long Vancouverites who design and build homes for the way you live. They believe the future is high-quality urbanism in compact, walkable nodes well-served by transit, commercial, and community services. This drives their location selection process. Many Domus projects build on existing heritage structures. Buildings of the past continue to teach us much with regard to human scale and texture. Celebrating our heritage, while interpreting these lessons in modern styles and techniques, can produce truly timeless contributions to the community.
The firm of Birmingham & Wood, Architects and Planners was established in Vancouver in the 1930s. The original partners, William Birmingham and Woodruff Wood, were key in the development of West Coast Modernist architecture. Their body of work was comprised largely of institutional and residential buildings uniquely suited to the materials and landscapes of the West Coast. The current partners, Sandra Moore Architect AIBC and James Burton Architect AIBC, are committed to continuing the legacy of Birmingham & Wood. Institutional and residential projects comprise the greatest part of the firm’s current work.
I3 Design is a versatile and integrative interior design firm with extensive experience in designing both single- and multi-family homes, such as Cedar Ridge, Manoir, and Tudor House. Led by Lisa Perry, the team has brought creative interior inspirations to life in homes in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland for over 20 years.
Expected Completion for Laval
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