The chosen site was selected for its beauty and strategic location on the Fraser River. It is located on the right bank of the Fraser River as it turns southwest towards its estuary, on the southwest side of the Burrard Peninsula and roughly at the centre of the Greater Vancouver region. Westminster Quay was an Expo-era (mid-1980s) development to revitalize New Westminster and accompanied the development of the SkyTrain line to Vancouver.
- This tight-knit, friendly community is best known for its historic and heritage sites, annual festivals, shopping opportunities and diverse neighbourhoods.
- A handy proximity to Vancouver.
- New presale Condo assignments and Townhouse projects
- New West Parks & Recreation provides programs through a network of community facilities, parks, and open spaces.
- Along with a number of bus routes, the city is served by five stations on the SkyTrain system.
- SkyTrain provides a direct link to downtown Vancouver.
- 100 restaurants, the New Westminster dining scene is as diverse as it’s delicious.
- The “Royal City,” where 28 ethnicities and 50-plus languages are represented. Mostly, the vibe is casual and hearty.
- Visit Sixth Avenue’s “Restaurant Row” and chow down on savory German, Italian, Greek, and neighbourhood Canadian pub fare.
- New Westminster offers a wide variety of activities in arts, entertainment, sports, and outdoor recreation.
From museums and heritage sites to festivals and paddle wheeler cruises, from art galleries and waterfront shopping to sports events and the casino nightlife scene, the historic city has activities for visitors of all backgrounds.