At a Glance
- located at McAllister Avenue & Donald Street
- 5-storey, mixed-use building
- 63 condominiums
- 19,530 sq ft of street-level commercial space
- steps from from downtown restaurants, services, shops
- 3-minute walk to Port Coquitlam Community Centre
- 4 minutes from Traboulay PoCo Trail
- 7-minute walk to Port Coquitlam Station
- 3-minute drive to Lougheed Highway, 9 minutes from Highway 1
Harmonious in Form & Character
Contributing to the revitalization of Downtown Port Coquitlam, The Met is a new mixed-use project coming soon from Quarry Rock Developments. It consists of 63 condominiums built over seven street-level commercial retail units and one level of underground parking with stalls for 92 vehicles. Floor plans range from 646 – 1,237 sq ft with 1- to 3-bedroom layouts. Of these, 20 suites are family-oriented and 19 are adaptable. Common areas for residents include a multi-function room and an adjacent terrace with an outdoor dining area, lounges, and a children’s play space. Related civic improvements will feature a public plaza on the west side of The Met and a landscaped pathway north of the plaza to link McAllister with Elgin Avenue. The east portion of the plaza will include space for a restaurant patio.
Enjoy a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle at The Met where you are steps from downtown shopping, professional services, restaurants, leisure activities, and recreation. Start the day with coffee your way at Take Five Café down the street at City Hall Annex. For all of your household grocery needs, take your pick from nearby PoCo Freshmart or City Avenue Market. Meeting friends, grabbing a quick bite on the go, or just feel like skipping the dishes? There are lots of neighbourhood dining options — from Me-n-Ed’s Pizza and Phở T&T Vietnamese, to Tip Thai and RuRan Korean. To work off the calories, Port Coquitlam Community Centre is only two blocks away, where you’ll find arenas, a pool, fitness centre, a gymnasium, and more. If you prefer the outdoors, access the 25.3-kilometre Traboulay PoCo Trail at the end of McAllister, which you can stroll, jog, or cycle to the tennis courts and sports fields at Gates Park. Vancouver city workers only need to walk 550 metres to board the West Coast Express. For other Lower Mainland destinations, Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam Central Park & Ride, and Highway 1 are all within a 10-minute drive.
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Floor Plans for The Met
The Met will offer a selection of 13 floorplans with 646 – 1,237 sq ft of interior space. Of the 63 homes, 19 will be adaptable. The proposed unit mix is:
- 7 x 1-bedroom
- 30 x 1-bedroom + den
- 11 x 2-bedroom
- 11 x 2-bedroom + den
- 4 x 3-bedroom
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Amenities at The Met
Resident common areas include a multi-purpose room on the fifth floor and a large, adjacent terrace that features two lounge areas, a children’s play space, an outdoor dining area with tables and chairs that seat 40, and a raised vegetable garden.
The Donald Street Pathway will be extended as a mid-block pedestrian walkway to connect McAllister Avenue and Elgin Avenue. At the south end of the pathway is a 2,500-sq-ft, landscaped public plaza. It will provide benches for seating and event space. The east portion of the plaza will include raised planters to define space for a restaurant patio.
Parking and Storage
One level of underground parking will provide storage for 63 resident bicycles and stalls for 92 vehicles, of which 10 are for visitors. Street parking is available for retail unit customers. Short-term bicycle parking will also be provided by one rack in front of the residential lobby entrance and two racks in building recesses along the Donald Street Pathway.
Developer Team for The Met
Burnaby-based Quarry Rock Developments is a group of Lower Mainland construction and development professionals who live and work within the communities they envision and build. Their mission is to see the process of land development through to completion, while at the same time, building strong relationships with municipalities. On every project, QRD is determined to use their 50+ years of combined experience for the betterment of their neighbourhoods and those of their families, friends, and businesses.
Atelier Pacific Architecture is a full-service practice licensed and registered in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario. APA’s scope of projects includes office, educational, retail, community, multi-family residential, recreational, and hospitality developments. Since Brian I. Shigetomi launched the firm in 1993, APA has completed a significant portfolio of projects throughout the Lower Mainland and BC. These have included Belvedere, Centra, Lariva, and Wren+Raven.
Expected Completion for The Met
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