The population density in Anmore is 1493% higher than British Columbia
The median age in Anmore is 3% higher than British Columbia
In Anmore 12.53% of the population is Chinese
In Anmore 3.17% of the population is West Asian
In Anmore 1.96% of the population is All Other Visible Minorities
Population density is the measure of the number of people per unit area, commonly represented as people per square mile (or square kilometer).
Anmore Income Distribution
Anmore residents have high incomes, with an average household income of $186,134 in 2016. The median household income was $139,469, the highest in all of Metro Vancouver, compared to $69,995 for British Columbia as a whole.
Anmore’s residents also have higher annual incomes than Metro Vancouver as a whole. In 2010, the median family income was $160,038 compared to $63,347 for Metro Vancouver as a whole.
Visible Minority Population
All Other Visible Minorities
Immigrants By Place Of Birth
Most residents own their homes; only 12% of households are rented. The majority of property owners are between the ages of 35 and 44, followed by those aged 45 to 64.
Anmore has a Livability Score of 63/100, which is considered below average
Anmore crime rates are 74% lower than the British Columbia average
Cost of living in Anmore is 62% higher than the British Columbia average
Anmore real estate prices are 149% higher than the British Columbia average
Rental prices in Anmore are equal to the British Columbia average
In the next 30 years, Metro Vancouver is expected to grow by 1.2 million residents, reaching 3.4 million by 2041. To varying degrees, this increase will take place in all communities. As a small rural community, Anmore is not expected to absorb a significant portion of this regional growth – although by 2041, itscurrent population of approximately 2,200 is expected to almost double to about 4,000 residents. The Metro Vancouver Regional Growth Strategy (RGS) sets out land use policies intended to focus regional growth within urban service areas, supported by transportation networks, regional infrastructure and community services.
There are two main streets in Anmore both of which terminate at Port Moody.
Sunnyside Road runs primarily north-south from the near sea-level western entrance of the village to the entrance of Buntzen Lake at the northern end of the village. East Road enters Anmore from Heritage Mountain, and runs primarily north-south until about the 4-kilometre (2.5 mi) mark where it turns and runs east-west until its termination at Sunnyside Road. There are several proposed plans to build another street between Port Moody and Anmore.
As part of Metro Vancouver, Anmore is connected to the TransLink public transit system and is served by the 182 Community Shuttle bus that runs down both major streets, Sunnyside Road and East Road. Supplemental summertime service to Buntzen Lake is provided by the 179 service from Coquitlam Central Station.
Anmore Housing Market Trends
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