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Port Coquitlam is a city in British Columbia, Canada and Canadas 88th largest city by population.
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Located 27 km east of Vancouver, it is on the north bank of the confluence of the Fraser River and the Pitt River. Coquitlam borders it on the north, the Coquitlam River borders it on the west, and the city of Pitt Meadows lies across the Pitt River. Port Coquitlam is split into two by the Lougheed Highway, with the north side being trendier in terms of living.
Downtown Port Coquitlam is on the very south side of the highway, as is the Port Coquitlam railway station. . Port Coquitlam is often referred to as “PoCo.”
There are a total of 10 Port Coquitlam, BC neighbourhoods. Port Coquitlam is not to be confused with the adjacent and larger Coquitlam.
Coquitlam borders Port Coquitlam on the north, the Coquitlam River borders it on the west, and the city of Pitt Meadows lies across the Pitt River. It is situated between the Pitt, Fraser and Coquitlam rivers so there are lots of riverfront views for the residents of this historic neighborhood.
Port Coquitlam is split into two by the Lougheed Highway, with the NORTH SIDE being trendier in terms of living. Downtown Port Coquitlam is on the SOUTH SIDE of the highway, as is the Port Coquitlam railway station
The city of Port Coquitlam, BC has a population of 62,212 and a population density of 2,129 people per square kilometre.
There are a total of 10 Port Coquitlam, BC neighbourhoods.
Port Coquitlam has a very good mix of Detached Homes, Townhouses and Apartment/Condos in varied price ranges.
What is the average home price in Port Coquitlam, BC?
According to current Port Coquitlam MLS© statistics, the average home listing price in Port Coquitlam, BC is $1,032,000. Based on Port Coquitlam housing inventory, the average home is listed on the market for 10 days and has a 107.7% selling to listing price ratio.
How much does a townhouse cost in Port Coquitlam?
The average townhouse in Port Coquitlam has an average listing price of $1,069,000, which represents a 40.6% change in price from last year. There are currently 28 townhouses for sale in Port Coquitlam, BC.
How much does a condo cost in Port Coquitlam?
According to current Port Coquitlam MLS© data, the average condo in Port Coquitlam, BC has a listing price of $525,000. In Port Coquitlam, the average price for a 2-bedroom condo is $568,000 and the average price for a 1-bedroom condo is $452,000.
A 25 km (16 mi) hiking and biking trail, known as the Traboulay PoCo Trail, completely surrounds the city.
In August 2018, U-bicycle launched a dockless bicycle sharing system in the city.
The City of Port Coquitlam operates Hyde Creek Recreation Centre, Leigh Square Community Arts Village, Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex, Wilson Centre, Terry Fox Library, Indoor and outdoor pools, outdoor gym and youth skate/bike parks.
Between all of these facilities, there are a variety of programs offered in aquatics, skating, sports and fitness, arts and music for all ages and all abilities. There are also a number of artificial turf fields and ball fields throughout the city for sports.
The City maintains a total of 266 hectares of parkland and natural areas, as well as park sites, playgrounds, sport fields, tennis courts, sport courts, outdoor pools and 46km of trails, including the 25-km Traboulay PoCo Trail. The foundation for Port Coquitlam’s trail network is the Traboulay PoCo Trail, a 25.3 kilometre route that encircles the community.
This flat walking and cycling trail is suitable for exploring at any time of the year. The trail traverses a varied landscape that includes forest and creek, meadow and marsh, riverfront and urban development. The paved downtown section winds through areas where local residents live, play and work. It’s well used by recreational users as well as bicycle commuters.
Trains run five times a day from the station to Vancouver and back, which is why it is a popular city for commuters. This also makes it a great option for anyone that wants to have access to Vancouver, but would like to live in a much more affordable city. Most residents will say that the best way to get around is by car, though there are buses that run along main routes.
Because of its primarily suburban nature, Port Coquitlam relies heavily on its vehicular roads to move people and goods. For example, two of its major arterial roads, Shaughnessy Street and Lougheed Highway bisect Port Coquitlam east to west and north to south, respectively.
TransLink provides a number of bus routes throughout the city.
The most used bus routes in this section of the Greater Vancouver Regional District are the 159, which connects southern Port Coquitlam to SkyTrain at Braid Station.
Other bus routes in the city include the 160, which links Port Coquitlam with Vancouver via Coquitlam Central Station and Moody Centre Station, and the 173/174, which runs a loop through the northern half of the city, linking it with regional buses at Coquitlam Central and Port Coquitlam Station. Two major stops in the city include Port Coquitlam Centre and Port Coquitlam Station. The remainder of Port Coquitlam is served by a network of Community Shuttles.
The Lougheed Highway passes through Port Coquitlam, running from Coquitlam in the west to the Pitt River Bridge in the east. Although this highway has made much of Port Coquitlam a very congested area, it is one of the few major arterial highways in the area.
The Mary Hill Bypass, officially known as Highway 7B, runs adjacent to the Fraser River from the Pitt River Bridge on the east to the Port Mann Bridge on the west.
Canadian Pacific Railway has a major rail yard in the central sector of the city.
In October 2009 the new Pitt River Bridge, a new seven-lane cable-stayed bridge, opened to the public replacing the existing crossing. The previous crossing was made up of 2 swing bridges, which were removed upon completion of the new bridge. The Pitt River Bridge crosses the Pitt River, connecting Port Coquitlam to neighbouring Pitt Meadows.
In March 2010 the Coast Meridian Overpass, a new four-lane cable-stayed bridge, opened to give a new option for traveling north to south over the Canadian Pacific Railway Oxford Street rail yard.
Benchmark Price: The price of a “typical” home that would sell in the area at a specific point in time.
Days on Market Average: Gives us an idea of how quickly homes are selling.
Sales-to-Active Ratio: Helps determine whether it’s a seller’s, buyer’s or balanced market. Compares how many homes have sold in an area versus the amount of total active listings.
We use these statistics as indicators that tell us how the market is trending and how to value your home
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