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New development to help pay for transit

New development to help pay for transit

A tool to capture property value from density around stations, Coquitlam mayor says, but UDI concerned about adding more costs to homes

Non-residents have big stake in newer Coquitlam condos

Close to a quarter of all condos built in Coquitlam since the beginning of 2016 were purchased by non-resident buyers, according to newly released data from Statistics Canada. Coquitlam’s figure of 22.
Rents on the rise in the Tri-Cities

Rents on the rise in the Tri-Cities

Evergreen Extension likely to blame, says analyst
Port Moody closer to its first new rental building in 30+ years

Port Moody closer to its first new rental building in 30+ years

It’s not easy being the first. It can also be expensive. But the developer of Port Moody’s first new rental apartment building in more than 30 years says his company remains committed to the project.

2.41% hike in 2018 homes taxes in Coquitlam

The average residential homeowner in Coquitlam can expect to see a 2.41% increase when their property tax bill arrives next year. According to the financial plan given first reading Monday by council, commercial property owners will see a 1.
Condos proposed for former TV factory

Condos proposed for former TV factory

A community information meeting is being held Thursday at the Port Moody Arts Centre, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., to present the latest proposal for the redevelopment of the former Chisholm Television factory site at 50 Electronic Ave. in Port Moody.
Port Moody gets new planning manager

Port Moody gets new planning manager

The city of Port Moody is hoping its new manager of planning and development will be a beacon for the city’s growth.
Rental building in Port Moody closer to reality

Rental building in Port Moody closer to reality

Port Moody’s first new rental building in more than 30 years is a step closer to getting built. The project, to be constructed by developer Woodbridge Properties on St.
Port Moody considers ‘locals first” policy for presales

Port Moody considers ‘locals first” policy for presales

Port Moody council wants to give local residents first crack at buying homes in new condo and townhome developments.

Tiny units suite deal? Micro suites and lock-offs possible in Coquitlam

When it comes to new housing, Coquitlam is encouraging developers to go big or very, very small.