HARBOUR PLACE Coquitlam

NEIGHBOURHOOD INFORMATION

Harbour Place Coquitlam is a small subarea on the North Side of Coquitlam between Harbour Chines and Chineside. Although it resides in Coquitlam, it borders Port Moody’s St. John Street so residents are able to enjoy the perks of both cities.

Scroll down to see prices, info, things to do, transit, schools, & more.

ABOUT

Harbour Place is an area just north of Central Coquitlam, in between Chineside and Harbour Chines. Its main road, Como Lake, provides the neighbourhood easy access via busses to the local skytrain stations, making it an easy place to commute.  This is a neighbourhood of detached homes, many of them on the larger side, that oftentimes reside on the greenbelt. It is within walking distance to a number of schools, Como Lake Village (grocery, liquor, coffee, etc.), and Mundy Park, making this an extremely convenient location!

Because this subarea borders Port Moody’s St. John’s street, residents are able to enjoy the perks of both cities. Just North of Harbour Place is Rocky Point Park, which is home to the Boathouse restaurant, Rocky Point ice cream, a boat launch, pier, outdoor spray park & pool, and walking trails around the Burrard Inlet.

SCHOOLS

Public Schools:

Harbour View Elementary (K-5)

Como Lake Middle School / Hillcrest Middle School (6-8)

Dr. Charles Best Secondary School, Centennial Secondary School (9-12)

Additional Private Schools: Traditional Learning Academy

CRIME STATS

Crime: *Police Reported Crime Statistics in Canada, 2015. Released on 2016-07-20. Please note: This crime rate is city-wide, not neighbourhood-wide. Different neighbourhoods in the city might have totally different crime rate.

Violent Crime – Below Average

Property Crime – Average

Drug Crime – Below Average

Total Crime – Average

TRANSIT

Como Lake, Harbour Place subarea’s main road, provides the neighbourhood easy access via busses to the local skytrain stations, making it an easy place to commute.  These busses run east to west, and within walking distance from any home in Harbour Place. Furthermore, there is a direct bus straight to the university, SFU, for students. Nearby skytrains are Lougheed Station, Burquitlam Station, and Port Moody Station all along St.John’s/North Road.

THINGS TO DO

Harbour Place is a central area that is within walking distance to a number of schools, Como Lake Village (grocery, liquor, coffee, etc.), and Mundy Park. Residents are able to enjoy the peace of the outdoors while still feeling close enough to all of your essential shopping and grocery places. You’re within a 5-10 minute drive to Coquitlam centre shopping mall, and about a 10-15 minute drive to the movie theatre.

Furthermore, because you’re just south of Port Moody you’re able to enjoy the perks of both cities. Just North of Harbour Place is Rocky Point Park, which is home to the Boathouse restaurant, Rocky Point ice cream, a boat launch, pier, outdoor spray park & pool, and walking trails around the Burrard Inlet. Across the street from Rocky Point is “Brewers Row” which features four craft breweries within walking distance of each other.

HARBOUR PLACE

DETACHED HOME STATS 2014 2015 2016 
AVG PRICE $838,463 $968,927 $1,450,531
PRICE: LOW-HIGH $575,000 – $1,265,000 $770,000 – $1,237,000 $880,000 –
$3,399,000
AVG DAYS ON MARKET 37 8 22
# OF SALES 20 22 28

Harbour Place Detached Stats Last 5 Years HPI

EXPLORE NEARBY NEIGHBOURHOODS

Central Coquitlam
Harbour Chines
Chineside

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