THE STANDARD – New Metrotown Presale
THE STANDARD – New Metrotown Presale is just steps away from Metrotown SkyTrain station, Central Park, and Burnaby’s biggest shopping and entertainment district of Station Square and Metropolis at Metrotown. In addition, The Standard will be among the most desired opportunities to own in the Metrotown area. Developed by Anthem properties, you can expect well designed-forward features you will love for years to come.
Above all, this project will bring excitement to an already fast paced, high living area.
VALEO – Burnaby Heights Presale is a new condo development by StreetSide Developments. With over 65 years experience, StreetSide development provides superior value to the properties they build. They also pride themselves on a commitment to the community. Valeo is located in one of Metro Vancouver’s up and coming neighborhoods. Surrounded by historic charm, and modern conveniences. Therefore, this neighborhood can attract people of all lifestyles.
Valeo will house 62 units in one, two, and three bedroom options. Resident friendly retail spaces will also be available.
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CRESCENT COURT – Burnaby Presale Condos and townhomes will be coming to the Burnaby Mountain/SFU area soon. As a result of stunning one of a kind views, modern interiors and nearby conveniences, these homes will catch your attention with all they have to offer. Crescent Court is developed by Liberty Homes. This company built their reputation on producing quality, low cost homes, quickly and efficiently. You can trust these homes will take care of your families needs.
There will be 2 residential towers levelled at 14 and 20 storey’s high. Here, there will be 185 condo units available. Moreover, at the base there will be a 3 storey townhome podium with 14 Townhouses available. There will be units available from one to three and a half bedrooms for families of all sizes. At Crescent Court, you will live a modern, urban lifestyle in the heart of nature.
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TELFORD ON THE WALK
TELFORD ON THE WALK – Burnaby Presale Condos is going to be a stunner. Developed by Intracorp Homes, Telford on the Walk will bring favorable opportunity to many. With over 40 years experience, Intracorp Homes has built their reputation on integrity and expertise. As a result, this development provides a variety of living options and amenities for all. Telford on the Walk will offer 366 units available in studio to three bedroom possibilities. Therefore, you will have room to grow in this marvelous development.
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SAAVIN – Presale Condos in Burnaby located in the Metrotown area. Developed by Kirpal Group, Saavin brings sleek and modern beauty to the Metrotown area. Kirpal Group brings over 20 years experience from their family run business. Striving to make your house a home, Saavin mixes the best parts of your busy lifestyle, with comfort and accessibility. That is to say, Saavin will offer 42 units in this 4-storey development. As a result one or two bedroom options will be available.
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History of the City
Burnaby is a city with a rich and distinct history. The Burnaby area was settled in the 1850’s, prior to British Columbia colonizing in 1858. As difficult as it may be to imagine now, Burnaby was once a mainly rural area with mostly Berry & Fruit farmers as the local working class. Meanwhile, one of the most definitive areas, Central Park, was used as a Naval Reserve to build British Warships. With abundant forestry available in the 1800’s Burnaby was mostly used as a logging area. In 1891 the Central Park Interurban Tram was made to connect Vancouver and Burnaby. This began adding residents and businesses along the tram line creating the first appearance of urban areas in Burnaby. Finally, in 1892, Burnaby became incorporated.
The 1900’s had different plans for Burnaby. Slowly, it turned into a working class suburb and the logging areas disappeared. Unfortunately, Burnaby hit a snag when they fell bankrupt during the great depression, but managed to recover after the end of World War II. Certainly in need of making up some ground, two of our most infamous schools were built. BCIT opened in 1960, and SFU in 1965. The opening of these educational facilities brought life back into Burnaby.
After that, the area was on an uphill swing. In 1986, the Expo SkyTrain line was built making Burnaby more easily accessible to the neighboring districts all the way to Surrey. This increased the population once again. Currently the Millenium SkyTrain line also runs through Burnaby connecting as far as Coquitlam. With all these transit options BURNABY SKYTRAIN CONDOS and Townhomes have taken off in popularity making it one of the most sought after communities.
Finally, after 100 years of being incorporated, Burnaby officially became a City in 1992. Named after Burnaby Lake, which is named after Robert Burnaby, it is now the third largest city in British Columbia behind Vancouver and Surrey.
Entertainment and Shopping
As a result of it’s history, Burnaby has been able to assemble a community friendly place to reside. That is to say you are able to attain everything you need in one city providing tremendous living potential and accessible transit adds to the experience. Not only have many of the neighborhoods been developed, but Burnaby is home to Metrotown Shopping Center, one of the largest mall’s in Canada. As well as, Brentwood Town Center which is currently being transformed into The Amazing Brentwood. These two areas alone offer an abundant amount of shopping and dining possibilities as well as entertainment for the whole family. Both locations offer BURNABY SKYTRAIN CONDOS within their new developments which have become home to thousands of Burnaby residents.
Alternatively, Burnaby has an abundance of green spaces including some of the most popular ones in the Lower Mainland. For example, the aforementioned Central Park containing Swangard Stadium was the original home to the Vancouver 86’ers (now known as the Whitecaps.) Also located in Burnaby are Deer Lake, Burnaby Lake, and Still Creek. Most importantly these green spaces offer more than trees, they all contain beautiful bodies of water to add variety to your day. However, another popular outdoor Burnaby location is Burnaby Mountain. Enjoy hiking, biking, wildlife, and more on this beautiful mountain that is also where SFU is situated. You will find Burnaby has also developed many of their neighborhoods to incorporate parks, trees, and other green space to keep outdoor activity conveniently close to home.
Looking for Culture in this prosperous city? Burnaby contains 41 Elementary schools, and 8 large capacity Secondary schools to grow the community of young minds. On top of that, the Burnaby Public Library has recently become fine-free so you can explore the world of stories and facts without having to worry about being on time. The Burnaby Village Museum is another popular stop and it is located adjacent to Deer Lake. The museum offers some educational family fun in a beautiful spot. In addition, the Shadbolt Center for the Arts and the Michael J Fox Theatre have been holding productions and cultured entertainment events for years. Never miss an opportunity in this fun-filled city!
BURNABY SKYTRAIN CONDOS
Burnaby has become a focal point for transportation and transit. With the Expo, and Millenium SkyTrain lines running through, you can get practically anywhere you need. Equipped with several bus connections all over the city, you don’t need a car to live here. To see the SkyTrain stations available click Here. Car free living has become a realistic option in the city of Burnaby. On the other hand, for the drivers out there, you have convenient access via Kingsway and Lougheed Highway to most areas of the city. There are also many opportunities to hop on the highway and head out on an adventure. BURNABY SKYTRAIN CONDOS have become so popular with the public transportation conveniences there are skyrises appearing all over the city to accommodate more residents.
Property for Sale near Burnaby SkyTrain Stations
BURNABY SKYTRAIN CONDOS offer flexibility and satisfaction to all residents. Whether is be comfortable living space, or an outdoor experience, Burnaby offers it all.
Presale Projects for Sale
BURNABY SKYTRAIN CONDOS are available all over this area. With this area undergoing an extensive amount of developing, new possibilities will continue to arise. Establishing builds with function, convenience, and beauty, there is much to be said for this area of Presale Condos. Some of the Burnaby Presale Condos include;
Three Reasons Why Buying Near a SkyTrain Station is a Smart Move
As we move towards a greener future, owning a car is becoming less and less necessary. We are seeing more and more people trade in their high insurance costs and lease payments for car share and a Translink Pass. For those who are willing to give up their car, the trade-off is usually that they want to be in close vicinity to the SkyTrain Station.
2. Resale & Rental Rates
Homes, Condos, and Presale Condos that are close to the SkyTrain station rent for more and sell for more, and rent quicker and sell quicker.
3. Supply vs. Demand
SkyTrain-Friendly Real Estate holds its value. As prices continue to increase, SkyTrain hubs become more and more desirable, and as demand builds, prices rise. Securing a piece of Real Estate in close walking distance to the SkyTrain station is a great way to mitigate risk in fluctuating markets.
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More Presale Condo Developments Here: PRESALE CONDO DEVELOPMENTS
Areas in Burnaby:
METROTOWN: METROTOWN SKYTRAIN CONDOS
LOUGHEED TOWN CENTER: LOUGHEED TOWN CENTER
More Presale Condo Developments Here: PRESALE CONDO DEVELOPMENTS
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Attractions within the vicinity of each station
Patterson Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Central Park
- Burnaby Centre
- Chaffey-Burke Elementary
- Old Orchard Park
- Willingdon Care Centre
- Old Orchard Centre
- The Crystal Mall
- Hilton Vancouver Metrotown
- Community Police
- Burnaby Public Library
- Civic Square
- Kinnee Park
- Brian Canfield Centre
Metrotown Station (within 10 minute walk)
Royal Oak Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Best Western Plus Kings Inn
- Royal Oak Community Church
- McPherson Park
- Michael J Fox Theatre
- BC Provincial School for the Deaf
- Burnaby South Secondary
- All Saints Anglican Church
- Grace Luthern Church
- Nelson Elementary
- Ledingham Park
- Bonsor Park
- Bonsor Recreation Complex
- Lobley Park
Edmonds Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Byrne Creek Ravine Park
- Stride Avenue Ravine Park
- Stride Avenue Community School
- BC Hydro
- Powerhouse Park
- Poplar Park
- Stride Avenue School Park
- Byrne Creek Secondary
- Taylor Park Elementary
- Taylor Park
- Ron Mclean Park
Lougheed Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Lougheed Town Centre
- Community Police Station
- Sears Outlet
- Keswick Park
- Cameron Elementary School
- Bell Park
- North Road Centre
- Executive Plaza Hotel
- Cariboo Centre
- Brookmere Park
- Northgate Villlage
Production Way-University Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Burnaby Mountain Senior Secondary School
- Eastlake Park
- Burnaby Cariboo RV Park and Campground
- Burnaby Lake Regional Park
Lake City Way Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Canadian Red Cross
- Seaforth Elementary School
- Charles Rummel Park
- Charles Rummel Community Centre
- Eagle Creek Ravine Park
- Camrose Park
- Burnaby Mountain Golf Course
Sperling-Burnaby Lake Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Lougheed Substation
- Sperling Elementary School
- Sumas Park
- Broadway-Woolwich Park
- Burnaby Lake Regional Park
- Bill Copeland Sports Centre
- Burnaby Lake Sports Complex West
Holdom Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Rev’s Bowling and Entertainment Centre
- Burnaby Veterinary Hospital
- Parkcrest Shopping Plaza
- Parkcrest Elementary School
- Springer Park
- Parkcrest Park
Brentwood Town Centre Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Brentwood Town Centre
- Save-on foods
Gilmore Station (within 10 minute walk)
- Jim Lorimer Park
- Executive Hotel and Conference Centre
- BC Hydro
- Horne Payne Substation
- Home Depot
- Dick’s Lumber
- Save-on Foods
- Bridge Studios