PORT MOODY CENTRE

NEIGHBOURHOOD INFORMATION

Port Moody Centre has a great variety of homes ranging from condos to townhomes and detached homes. It features beautiful Rocky Point Park, and has easy access to the trails and outdoor activities around the Burrard Inlet.

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

ABOUT

Port Moody Centre is a large subarea that consists of a variety of detached homes, townhomes, and condominiums.  It is considered Port Moody’s “downtown area” as it is home to schools, restaurants, businesses, and Rocky Point Park & marina. Residents living in this area will never be far from something to do, both indoors and outdoors!

St. Johns Street is the main road through this area, and offers a busy commercial strip of shops, restaurants, cafes, gas stations, and independent businesses. Both the middle school and Port Moody Secondary school run along this street, and it also connects residents to Barnet Highway. One block north of St. John’s is Clarke Street, which has similar amenities but as a more relaxed pace. Clarke Street then connects residents to Rocky Point Park, making this a great area for anyone who loves the outdoors.

SCHOOLS

Public Schools:

Moody Elementary (K-5)

Moodle Middle School (6-8)

Port Moody Secondary School / Gleneagle Secondary (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

Port Moody Centre’s downtown street, St John’s street, is the main road through Port Moody as it turns in to Lougheed Highway heading east and Barnet Highway heading west. The skytrain runs straight through the subarea, and the main hub in Port Moody (Port Moody station) has both skytrains and busses running through Port Moody to Coquitlam, Burnaby, and Vancouver. The majority of residents in this subarea will be walking distance to either a bus or a skytrain. There is also the West Coast Express at Port Moody station which will take you direct in to Vancouver’s Waterfront station. This area has a fantastic transit score.

THINGS TO DO

Residents of Port Moody Centre have no shortage of both indoor and outdoor activities within walking distance. St John’s street is the main road in Port Moody with restaurants and businesses to explore through. You also have Suterbrook and Newport village for grocery stores, restaurants, yoga studios, hair studios, and shopping. At Rocky Point Park you can enjoy the walking trail, marina, boardwalk, playground, outdoor pools, and restaurants. Right across the street residents can also enjoy the famous local Port Moody breweries.

The trail that stretches along the Burrard Inlet from Rocky Point Park also connects in to the city’s recreation centre, which includes an ice rink, soccer pitch, fitness centre, library, tennis courts, and more. City Hall is also in the same area, as well as the Newport Hatchery.

PORT MOODY CENTRE

DETACHED HOME STATS 2014 2015 2016 
AVG PRICE $766,837 $911,200 $1,128,891
PRICE: LOW-HIGH $567,000 – $1,340,000 $495,000 – $1,620,000 $870,000 – $1,580,000
AVG DAYS ON MARKET 14 26 17
# OF SALES 28 40 35
ATTACHED STATS 2014 2015 2016
AVG PRICE $381,343 $393,123 $486,300
PRICE: LOW-HIGH $120,000 – $957,000 $135,000 – $1,058,000 $125,000 – $997,000
AVG DAYS ON MARKET 48 29 16
# OF SALES 231 268 362

Port Moody Centre Detached Stats Last 5 Years HPI

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