Explore Port Moody

Located at the head of Burrard Inlet and at the foot of Eagle Mountain, no matter where you live in Port Moody you are steps from seaside parks, mountain trails and lakes. The “City of the Arts” fosters a creative community being home to annual festivals, arts groups and facilities. Port Moody has also become well known for its Brewer’s Row on Murray street, where you will find craft breweries all located within easy walking distance of each other and across the street from Rocky Point Park, which is located on the waterfront and offers a large variety of amenities. The region is covered in coniferous trees, so regardless of the season the area is beautiful and green pretty much all year round.

Port Moody has only in the last decade exploded in popularity. Yet it still offers a friendly, small-town feel to its residents; most recently getting increased attention for its ability to maintain a close-knit community feel while it balances significant development. Port Moody offers a diverse range of neighbourhoods and homes, from condos to luxury waterfront/view properties. Although there is a high prevalence of detached homes in the city, in 1996 development of Newport Village began, the first mixed-unit community in Port Moody. This area is now one of Port Moody’s most exclusive communities (condos and townhomes) and features a variety of retail and service-oriented businesses, appealing to both singles and young families alike.

Facts About Port Moody

  • It became a city in 1913.
  • Port Moody is famous for the last spike terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railroad in 1879.
  • 25.2km from Downtown, Vancouver.
  • The population of Port Moody is 33,551. 2016 Census
  • Port Moody is home to the Port Moody Station Museum / Port Moody Arts Centre.
  • Rocky Point Park is situated along Burrard Inlet in Port Moody, next to the Port Moody Station Museum. It is 3.8 hectares in size, and is the most well known park in Port Moody.
  • The Belcarra Regional Park is 1,100-hectares and features hiking trails, picnic areas, canoe and kayak rentals and a pier.
  • Suter Brook Village, Heritage Mountain Shoppers Village, and Newport Village are popular areas for shopping, eating and living.
  • St. John’s Street is the main drive in Port Moody and features many restaurants, shops and entertainment.
  • Port Moody is well connected to the TransLink public transit system by way of
    numerous bus routes, the West Coast Express commuter rail line and the
    SkyTrain’s Millennium Line’s Evergreen Extension. via TransLink

Port Moody Neighbourhoods

  • Belcarra
  • Anmore
  • Ioco
  • Twin Creeks
  • Heritage Mountain
  • Pleasantside
  • Mountain Meadows
  • Inlet Centre
  • Port Moody Centre
  • College Park
  • Glenayre

Developments in Port Moody

  • Cedar Ridge by Allaire Living and Headwater Living
  • Paramount by Bold Properties
  • Sophia Living by Paulsun Development
  • Bayview Heights by Springbank Properties
  • Edgestone by Bold Properties
  • 50 Electronic Avenue by Panatch Group
  • George by Marcon
  • Clyde by Porte Communities
  • The Grande by Onni

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