At a Glance award-winning master-planned community 26-storey concrete tower 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom condos 18,000 sq ft Health & Fitness Club steps to Evergreen Line Inlet Centre Station near plaza with 100,000 sq.ft. of retail close to 185,000 sq. ft. of office space Urban Elegance & West Coast Beauty The last development in Port Moody's award-winning Suter Brook Village, this sophisticated 26-storey tower offers 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom homes with 9' over-height ceilings, ranging from 600 to over 2,100 sq.ft. Cook up a storm in your chef’s kitchen with fully-integrated European appliances, composite stone countertops and double undermount stainless… Find out more
Port Moody Has an Impressive Natural Setting
Looking for a quieter more laid back lifestyle in an impressive setting? There are presale condos available now for investment in Port Moody. The City is planning its long-term economic future around its bigger assets. For example, the waterfront economic vision highlights a number of investment opportunities worth exploring.
Port Moody is also known as The City of the Arts – it’s part of everything they do. Visit museums, art galleries, annual festivals and special events with your friends, neighbours and family.
A vibrant city with a population of 34,000, Port Moody is located an easy 40-minute drive from both downtown Vancouver and the US border. Enveloping the east end of Burrard Inlet. It is the smallest of the Tri-Cities, bordered by Coquitlam on the east and south, and Burnaby on the west. It is Nestled at the foot of Eagle Mountain, the protected harbour invites boating and kayaking, while the forested parklands above are quintessential West Coast wilderness with hiking trails, lakes and mountain vistas. Therefore Parks such as Belcarra Regional Park and Buntzen Lake Recreation Area are hot commodities to city folk on a weekend getaway. For outdoor enthusiasts, Port Moody is the gateway to Indian Arm, a pristine fjord where wilderness is up close and personal within minutes of launching a boat.
Port Moody is thriving, with industries supporting a growing residential community, and strives to harmonize the natural environment with their economy and quality of life. Port Moody’s natural setting, residential and recreation opportunities and proximity to the nearby Simon Fraser University and Douglas College David Lam Campus, serve as magnets to attract a skilled labour force.